Claire van Overdijk appointed to teach International Commercial Litigation at University College London

Wed, 17 Jul 2013

Claire van Overdijk has been appointed to teach on the University College London LL.M course in International Commercial Litigation commencing September 2013. This course examines the area of law known as the conflict of laws or private international law, which deals principally with matters of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments that arise in civil and commercial litigation.  She will be working alongside the course convenor Dr Alex Mills to deliver the course tutorials. This teaching post complements Claire’s existing practice, for further details of which please click the following links:

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