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Rhonson Salim

    • United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

    20142018

    Research output per year

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    General

    Rhonson’s research interests focus on collective redress, private international law and international commercial arbitration. Rhonson also holds a long-standing interest in matters relating to regional integration and dispute resolution in the English-speaking Caribbean and other small states. His external appointments include a Research Fellowship in Collective Redress and International Alternative Dispute Resolution at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) and Adjunct Professorship at FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany. He is also involved in the Collective Redress project based at BIICL. Rhonson has participated in a number of research projects in various capacities for external organisations such as the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in the Caribbean (OHADAC) and the EU Commission. Rhonson’s research has also been supported by internal and external research funding, including from the  ESRC and the EU Commission. Rhonson frequently presents papers in his areas of research at academic conferences and specialist expert panels.

    Teaching Activity

    Undergraduate Modules

    Dispute Resolution (BL3340)

    Law Dissertation (BL3501)

    Research Interests

    Email Address: r.salim@aston.ac.uk
    Room Number: SW722

    External positions

    Legal Expert & Research Fellow

    20172018

    Research Fellow in Collective Redress and ADR

    20162018

    Legal Expert & European Rapportuer

    20162017

    Legal Expert

    2014

    Visiting Fellow in Collective Redress and ADR

    Adjunct Professor

    Keywords

    • K Law (General)

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