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Dr Mohammed Khair Alshaleel

Lecturer
School of Law
Dr Mohammed Khair Alshaleel
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874713

  • Location

    4SB.5.21, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Tuesday 14:00 - 15:00

Profile

Biography

Mohammed joined the School of Law at Essex in 2011 as an LLM student in International Trade law, and was awarded his PhD in International Financial law in 2017. He has an LLB from the University of Damascus where he graduated as the Best Student of the Faculty of Law. Mohammed worked as a part-time lecturer in 2016 and then he became a full-time lecturer in 2017. In 2017, he launched two Islamic modules: Introduction to Islamic law and Islamic banking and finance law. Mohammed has particular interests in international financial law, international trade law and Islamic banking and finance law. He has taught subjects like company law, Islamic banking and finance law, international trade law, introduction to Islamic law, international trade finance law and contract law.

Qualifications

  • LLB Damascus University

  • LLM (International Trade Law) University of Essex ,,

  • PhD University ofEssex

Appointments

Other academic

  • Lecturer in Law, School of Law, University of Essex (1/5/2017 - present)

  • Part-time Lecturer, School of law, University of Essex (1/9/2016 - 30/4/2017)

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of law, University of Essex (1/9/2013 - 31/8/2016)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

International Financial Law

Financial Regulation

Commercial Law

Islamic Financial Law

Banking Law

Conferences and presentations

Islamic finance, sustainable development and developing countries: Linkages and Potential, Kuwait International Law School’s 6th Annual International Conference, Kuwait.

Kuwait, 3/5/2019

Money Market Funds Reforms in the US and the EU: the Quest for Financial Stability, 3rd Law & Political Science Conference, Lisbon (2018)

Lisbon, Portugal, 25/9/2018

Money Market Funds Reforms in the EU and the US: the Quest for Financial Stability, 8th Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, University of Oxford (2018)

8th Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, Oxford, United Kingdom, 5/3/2018

The Regulation and Governance of Mutual Funds in the UK in the Quest for Investor Protection Lessons for Middle Eastern Countries, 2nd Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge (2017)

2nd Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 22/5/2017

Mutual Funds Regulation and Governance: Increased Investors Protection, PhD Research Conference, University of Essex (2015)

PhD Research Conference, Colchester, United Kingdom, 12/2/2015

Current Challenges in Corporate Governance: Between Regulatory and Shareholder Activism, University of Bedfordshire (2013).

Current Challenges in Corporate Governance: Between Regulatory and Shareholder Activism, Luton, United Kingdom, 11/4/2013

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Final Year Research Project (LW304)

  • Introduction to Islamic Law (LW359)

  • International Trade Finance Law (LW601)

  • International Trade Finance Law II (LW626)

Publications

Journal articles (5)

Alshaleel, M. and Hoekstra, J., A Decade After the Global Financial Crisis: New Regulatory Challenges to Financial Stability. European Business Law Review

Alshaleel, M., (2020). Money Market Funds Reforms in the US and the EU: the Quest for Financial Stability. European Business Law Review. 31 (2), 303-335

Alshaleel, M., (2020). The UK and the EU’s Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive: Exceeding Expectations. European Company Law

Van Ho, TL. and Alshaleel, MK., (2018). The Mutual Fund Industry and the Protection of Human Rights. Human Rights Law Review. 18 (1), 1-29

Book chapters (1)

Alshaleel, M., (2019). Islamic finance, sustainable development and developing countries: Linkages and Potential. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets - Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development. Editors: Osuji, O., Ngwu, FN. and Jamali, D., . Cambridge University Press. 281- 305. 9781108472111

Contact

mkalsh@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874713

Location:

4SB.5.21, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Tuesday 14:00 - 15:00