Dr Nima Mersadi Tabari, was appointed Lecturer in Law in 2015. He holds a BSc Hons in Mathematics and Statistics, an LLB Hons in Law, an LLM in International Commercial Law and a PhD in Law.
Before joining Swansea, Nima had taught International Investment Law, World Trade Law, International Commercial Law and International Mooting at King’s College London and WTO Law at SOAS. He has been a dispute resolution consultant focusing on the petroleum industry in particular and commercial and investment arbitration in general and has served as a case author, judge, arbitrator and coach in many international mooting competitions including Vis, Jessup, FDI, IMLAM and Telders Moots.
Nima is broadly interested in international economic law, petroleum law, legal history and international and transnational dispute resolution. His research is in particular focused on investment treaty arbitration.
At Swansea Nima is a convener of International Commercial Arbitration, Commercial and Maritime Mooting, International and Transnational Aspects of Oil and Gas Law, and International Corporate Law and Governance modules offered at the LLM level.