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Dr Mavluda Sattorova LLM, PhD

Senior Lecturer Law


Personal Statement

Mavluda specialises in international economic law broadly defined, with particular focus on international investment law. Her most recent work examines the interplay between investment treaty law and national policy-making. Currently she is working on a project that explores the impact of international investment law on government behaviour, with particular focus on developing countries. She has also been involved in a project that investigates energy law and policy-making from socio-legal and interdisciplinary angles. Dr Sattorova is a director of the Liverpool Economic Governance Unit (LEGU).
She teaches International Law of Foreign Investment, International Energy Law, and EU Law.

Personal Distinctions

  • Visiting fellow (Lauterpacht Centre of International Law, Cambridge University 2017)
  • Visiting Academic Fellow (National University of Singapore 2017)
  • Visiting professor (Nagoya University, Japan 2017)
  • Outstanding Early Career Researcher (Commendation) (University of Liverpool 2013)
  • Santander Award (Santander/University of Liverpool 2014)
  • Visiting professor (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil 2015)
  • University of Birmingham Postgraduate Scholarship (Birmingham Law School 2006)
  • Chevening Scholarship (Competitive Fellowship, Foreign & Commonwealth Office 2005)

Administrative Roles

  • Senior Tutor (2015-2016)
  • Assistant Director of Research (2014-2015)
  • Deputy Director for Undergraduate Recruitment (2013-2014)
  • LLM Support Officer (2011-2013)

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