Greg has worked on a number of projects consulting governments on a range international law matters, from border delimitation to trade concessions.
He is actively involved with the work of the Law and Non-Communicable Diseases Unit, examining the role of world trade law in efforts to regulate sugar and other potentially harmful primary goods. This entails research and training missions for the Law & NCD Unit and the World Health Organization.
He is Co-Rapporteur for the International Law Association Committee on Sustainable Development and the Green Economy in International Trade Law. Under its mandate, the Committee seeks to 'analyse and study how far the rules-based international trading system (including but not limited to the WTO trading system) supports open, fair and development friendly trade, which is both socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable, and to formulate proposals for strengthening the international trading system as an enabling environment for sustainable development and a green economy.'
Greg is involved in knowledge exchange activities on trade related aspects of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union and subsequent development of an independent trade policy. Greg was seconded to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office from September 2018 to September 2020 to work on trade issues. He continues to work with the FCDO as Trade Policy Specialist.
- University of Leeds, LLB (UG, 2018 - present)
- University of Leeds, LLM (PGT, 2018 - present)
External Administrative or Committee Roles
- ILA Committee on Sustainable Development and the Green Economy in International Trade Law, Invited (International Law Association, 2015 - present)
Internal Administrative or Committee Roles
- Director of Studies UoL Online (Law) (Department, 2020 - present)
Organisations I have been associated with
- Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (2018 - present)