Paul MacMahon is an Associate Professor of Law at the LSE Law School. His primary teaching and research interests are contracts, legal procedure, and the intersection of these two fields; his future work will encompass arbitration and private international law. Paul’s articles have appeared in journals on both sides of the Atlantic, including the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Cambridge Law Journal, Indiana Law Journal and Yale Journal of Law and Public Policy. Before coming to the LSE, Paul taught at Harvard and Cambridge. He studied at Oxford (BA, BCL, DPhil) and Harvard (JD), and served as a law clerk in the United States for Judge Guido Calabresi and Judge John Gleeson. Paul also worked as a litigation lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in New York City. He remains a member of the New York Bar.
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