Our research students

Our research students cover a variety of research themes, under the supervision of our research staff.

Competition law

  • Yingying [Jessie] Zhu, ‘A critical analysis of the application of merger control in China and in the European Union to big data’
  • Wenyu Zhou – ‘Abuse of dominance by online platforms in China and EU’  
  • Cansin Karga, 'Analysis of the Relation Between Patent Holdup and Standard Setting Organisations’ IPR Policies
  • Marcos Araujo Boyd, ‘The Notion of Undertaking in European Competition Law’ 

Corporate and financial law

Federica Agostini - 'Regulating Sustainable Securitisation'

Siyi Chen - 'Solving the conflict of interest between shareholders and directors: from the perspectives the UK, the US and China'

Sichang Cui - 'Exploring the challenges of Green Finance and its Fintech solutions and possible legal issues that arise in the UK and China'

Sümeyye Nur Mete: 'The use of artificial intelligence in corporate governance: Ethics, morality and legal issues surrounding AI’s'

Lorena Mičik - 'Taking security over crypto-assets'

Sathian Rungthongkhamkul - Crafting Access to Civil Justice in Thailand : Strengthening Civil Remedy Framework in Responding to Business-Related Human Rights Abuse by Transnational Corporations

Huseyin Sezgin - 'Reassessment of the ECB's Democratic Accountability'

Snehita Singh - Is it a good idea to mandate Corporate Social Responsibly?

Xueqi Wang - 'The EU third country regime and its influences on the international financial regulatory system'

Paula Patrycja Wilczopolska (nee Madalinska) - 'Regulatory development, its implications and impact on shaping automated advice services in financial markets'

Criminal law and criminal justice

Family law

International private law

Labour law

Private law