Mr Chris Thomas
World Trade Organisation;
international economic law
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Chris Thomas's current research interests include: the law of the WTO; the relationship between law and expert knowledge and authority; the basis of obligation in international law; the concept of international and transnational public spheres; and approaches to distributive justice in trade and investment agreements.
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Research shows that minor sex trafficking narratives do not reflect the experience of many domestic sex workers
LSE American Politics and Policy (2 May 2014) Blog entry
The uses and abuses of legitimacy in international law
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 34 (4). ISSN 0143-6503
R. and JUSTICE (intervening) (on the application of Corner House Research and Campaign Against Arms Trade) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office, ex parte BAE Systems plc, Appeal judgment,  UKHL 60,  1 AC 756,  Lloyd's Rep FC 537, 
Oxford Reports on International Law, 1 (AC 756).
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Chris Thomas joined LSE as a Lecturer in Law in 2011 and specialises in international economic law. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne (LLB (Hons), BSc, and Dip Arts (English Lit)), where he was also co-Editor in Chief of the Melbourne Journal of International Law. Chris is soon to complete his PhD at the University of Cambridge, where he was supported by a WM Tapp Studentship in Law from Gonville and Caius College and was an Honorary Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholar. Before embarking on his PhD, Chris qualified as a solicitor in Australia and practised for three years with Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Melbourne.
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