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