Kamala Dawar is an international trade and competition law specialist. She holds a PhD in International Trade Law (magna cum laude) from the Graduate Institute, Geneva and an LLM in International and European Trade Law from the University of Amsterdam Law School. She also holds an MSc in Comparative Government (Distinction) from the London School of Economics and a B.A. Politics (First Class) from the University of the West of England.
In addition to teaching courses on international trade law, international commercial law and international financial law, Kamala conducts research, policy analysis and training for academic, inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations, including the WTO, World Bank,the European Commission and public interest organisations.
Kamala has published articles on trade and development issues including WTO law and governance, public procurement law and policy, competition law and consumer policy, preferential trading arrangements and development issues.