Governance, Risk and Compliance

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Governance, Risk and Compliance

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Dr. Matilda Arvidsson

Associate

BA, LLM, LLD

Matilda Arvidsson is a researcher in law and theory at the University of Gothenburg, where she teaches migration law, jurisprudence, and international law. Her expertise and research interests are interdisciplinary and include international humanitarian law, artificial intelligence (AI) and law, as well as the embodiment of law in its various forms. She holds a LLM in Jurisprudence, a LLD in International Law, as well as a BS in political science (Lund University).

Dr. Sara Dehm

Fellow

BA/LLB (Hons), PhD in International Law

Sara Dehm teaches and researches in the areas of public international law, international migration and refugee law, and the history and theory of international law and institutions. She is particularly interested in the past and ongoing techniques and practices that international institutions employed in administering human mobility, specifically labour migration from states in the Global South. Sara completed her PhD at the Melbourne Law School in 2017, with a thesis entitled Ordering Human Mobility: International Law, Development, Administration.

Milica Arsic

Junior Fellow

Ph.D. candidate at the University of Belgrade

Milica is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Belgrade, specializing in Private International Law and AN Individual Partner of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention Academic Project.

She joined GRN in 2019 and she is an Associate of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Think Tank.

She graduated with honours from the same faculty and holds an LLM in International Commercial Arbitration. She researched European Private Law at the University of Salzburg in 2016.

Milica competed in the 23rd annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, where her team ranked in the top 16 out of 311 participating teams, and coached the Vismoot Team of the University of Belgrade from 2018 to 2020.

She has worked as an associate in a top-tier law firm in Serbia, has published six papers and is a member of Serbian Arbitration Association since 2018.

Dr. Wael Saghir

Junior Fellow

LLB, BSc, LLM, PhD
Lead for GRN Think Tank Programme in International Trade, Investment & Corporate Governance

Wael is an International Consultant and a Visiting Lecturer at leading UK institutions. He is an expert in investment risks and protection, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and in international business and financial law. Wael is actively presenting his findings at international conferences and has published monographs and articles archived at the US Consumer Financial Bureau and the US Export Import Bank on international financial law and investment regulations. He is an Associate Editor at the ISLRev Journal and active member at international organisations including SLS, LCIA and ASA.

Bauyrzhan Zhanadilov

Junior Fellow

Lead for GRN Think Tank Programme in Alternative Dispute Resolution

Bauyrzhan is a young specialist with experience in legal research on international arbitration. During his education at the Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law as an LL.M student, he worked as a Research Assistant for Prof. Catherine Rogers on the project of the American Law Institute: “Restatement of the Law, the U.S. Law of International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration”. This institute focuses on a clarification of the U.S. law and its statutory elements, represents the law from the court’s view. His responsibilities are cite-checking, proof-reading and case analysis.

Bauyrzhan Zhanadilov holds an LL.B with honours from Sh.Ualikhanov Kokshetau State University (Kazakhstan).

Ibukun Iyiola-Omisore

Junior Fellow

Lead for GRN Think Tank Programme in International Trade, Investment & Corporate Governance

Ibukun is a Doctoral Researcher at the Centre for Business Law and Practice, University of Leeds. She is interested in the role of corporate governance and sustainability in emerging economies. Her PhD research is on the link between corporate governance and corporate social responsibility in West Africa, with focus on multinational companies.