Visiting Professors

In addition to exchange programs, the School also encourages seminars and conferences, and offers short courses taught by visiting professors.



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  • Nov

    Transnational Law Experiments

    Peer Zumbansen
    15 hours of class
    1 credit
  • Oct

    Class Action and Aggregate Litigation Models

    Daniel Jutras
    McGill University
    15 hours of class
    1 credit
  • Sep

    Introduction to the Legal Aspects of Technical standards and standartization in the field of information technology

    Kees (C.) Stuurman
    15 hours of class
    1 credit
  • Sep

    The Laws of the city: Uber, Airbnb and the globalization of sharing economy

    João Taborda da Gama
    15 hours of class
    1 credit
  • Aug

    U. S. Regulation of Foreign Corrupt Practices

    Kevin Davis
    15 hours of class
    1 credit
  • Jun

    Business Law

    William Fox
  • Morag Goodwin

    Morag holds a Ph.D. from the European University Institute, Florence (2006) in the area of international law, more specifically the recognition and participation of non-state actors in international governance. She holds an LL.M. (distinction) in International Law from the University of Nottingham (2000) and an M.A. Hons. (1st) in History from the University of Edinburgh (1995-96; 1997-9). She also pursued her undergraduate studies at the University of Tübingen (Germany), where she studied history and German (1996-7).Prior to taking up her doctoral studies, she worked for the European Roma Rights Center, Budapest, as a researcher in the Research and Publications Dept. (2000-2001). Morag worked at Maastricht University from 2004-2008, combining research and teaching obligations with the position of Executive Editor of the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law. She has sat on the Editorial Board of the internationally-renowned German Law Journal ( since 2002.

  • Peter Christian Sester
    Peter Christian Sester

    Professor of Cicil, Business and Tax Law since January 2013; appointment as director of the Institute for Law and Finance to be completed in 2013.
    Honorary Professor of Corporate and Capital Market Law at the University
    of Freiburg (Germany) – July 2003 to present.

    Professor of European and International Business Law at Karlsruhe Institute
    of Technology (previously University of Karlsruhe) and Director of the Institute
    for Information and Business Law – April 2002 to December 2012.

    Assistant Professor at University of Marburg, Institute for Business and
    Comparative Law (English Law and US Law) – August 1998 to March 2002.


  • Ruohong Chen
    Ruohong Chen

    Dr. Chen is an Associate Professor and Director of the International Exchange and Cooperation Office, School of International Business at the Beijing Foreign Studies University.Has a Ph.D in Law  from University of International Business  and Enconomics(UIBE).

  • Stephen Girvin
    Stephen Girvin

    Prof. Stephen Girvin - Dr Stephen Girvin has been Professor of Law at NUS since October 2008 and Vice Dean (Research) since July 2010. He is also the Director of the LLM (Maritime Law). He has held faculty positions at the University of Aberdeen, the University of Nottingham, NUS, and latterly the University of Birmingham, where he held a Chair in Maritime Law from 2006-2008. He has held positions as Visiting Professor at the University of Cape Town and at the TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland, and as a Parsons Fellow at the University of Sydney.


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