Liam graduated in jurisprudence from the University of Oxford, has an LLM from King’s College London in International Business Law and an LLM from the Erasmus School of Law in the Netherlands.
He is currently completing his PhD on regulatory law at the University of Hamburg, is the Managing Editor of “Cambridge Elements in Law Economics and Politics” (Cambridge University Press) and has significant experience in research in the field of economic analysis of law. He has also been a Visiting Research Scholar at the University of California, Berkley and a Lecturer in Economic Analysis of Public Law at the University of Haifa.
Liam is fluent in Dutch
“I am a highly motivated, creative individual who loves to learn and develop. I have significant experience in teaching and research in the field of economic analysis of law. I am fully competent with empirical legal methods including experimental law and economics. This is coupled with a genuine ability to motivate that research with a thorough understanding of the underlying theory. I am also a fully trained and qualified courtroom advocate (Barrister) in England/Wales. My courtroom and drafting experience covers many areas of public, administrative and local government law, and I am currently building experience in defamation disputes and high-net-worth litigation, mostly based in the QBD. I am a probationary tenant at Fraser Chambers, London. Currently also seeking a part-time role within academia in a continental European University in order to continue my research and teaching pursuits.” Liam