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NLUJ is equipped with distinguished Professors of national repute with a good mix of highly qualified and experienced young associates. A number of our Faculty members are alumnus from Universities of California, Oxford, Warwick, Sydney, King's College, London; University College, London; with working experience in foreign Law schools and International Institutions.

The faculty also includes Scholars of Fulbright and other Institutions. In addition NLUJ invites distinguished Professors as visiting faculty for lectures. Under the NLUJ Alumni Visiting Faculty Program, some of our alumni who have acquired higher qualifications from prestigious Institutions and garnered varied experience share their learning on topics of Contemporary interest in law and practice for the benefit of the students.

Vice Chancellor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
School of Insurance
Distinguished Professor
Visiting Professor
Prof. Iain MacNeil
LLB (Glasgow), PhD (Edinburgh)

Iain MacNeil joined the School of Law at the University of Glasgow in 2003 and was appointed to the Alexander Stone Chair of Commercial Law in 2005. His early career was in the investment-banking sector in the City of London. He founded the LLM in Corporate & Financial Law in 2009 and served as Deputy and then Head of the School of Law from 2013 to 2019. As Head of School, he led the introduction of a Common Law LLB in 2018 and a major expansion in Law School staffing.
Iain is the Head of the Corporate & Financial Law Research Group at Glasgow and has published widely in collaboration with colleagues. Recent contributions include:

MacNeil, I. and Esser, I.-M. (2022) The emergence of ‘comply or explain’ as a global model for corporate governance codes. European Business Law Review, (Accepted for Publication) Click Here to View.

MacNeil, I. and Esser, I.-M. (2020) The Pandemic Response in the UK in the Context of Corporate and Financial Law – within and without Law. Click Here to View

Wu, Betty H.T. , MacNeil, Iain and Chalaczkiewicz- Ladna, Katarzyna, “ 'Say on Pay' Regulations and Director Remuneration: Evidence from the UK in the Past 15 Years”, 20(2) Journal of Corporate Law Studies 541-577 (2020)

Iris Chiu and Iain MacNeil, Research Handbook on Shadow Banking (Edward Elgar, 2018).

External roles:

  • Deputy Convenor of the Law Panel, Hong Kong Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2020;
  • Deputy Chair of the Law Panel for the UK Research Evaluation Framework (REF) 2021;
  • Member of the Advisory Board, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge;
  • Senior Adviser with consulting firm Milieu SPRL (Brussels) on EU-commissioned projects;
  • Member of the editorial board of the Capital Markets Law Journal;
  • Member of the International Securities Regulation Committee of the International Law Association (ILA).

E-mail : iain.macneil@glasgow.ac.uk

Area of Interest:

  • Corporate Law & Governance
  • Financial Regulation (banking, capital markets, insurance)
  • Sustainability and ESG investing
  • Comparative Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Contract Law

Iain has supervised many students to completion of their PhD and will consider PhD proposals in these areas of interest.

Prof. Christoph Van der Elst

Christoph Van der Elst is professor of Business Law and Economics at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and at Ghent University (Belgium). He is a member of the Belgian Bar (Cottyn) and advised many different government agencies at national and international level.

He has held/holds visiting professorships at Vanderbilt (US), IDC (Israel), UAMS (Belgium), TIAS (The Netherlands), European College (Belgium), Babeș-Bolyai University (Roumania) and CLEI (Italy) and presented his research and gave guest lectures all over the world. He is an ECGI research associate.He is also a member of the audit committee of the Ghent University Hospital and an independent director of Aphilion.

His current research interests are corporate governance, (economic analysis of) company law and in particular shareholder rights and voting and the effects of distributed ledger technology, all topics in which he published widely in academic and professional journals.He holds a PhD. in Economics, a master in Law and a master in Economics.

E-mail : C.vdrElst@tilburguniversity.edu

Dr. Philippe Culletis

Dr. Philippe Culletis Professor of international and environmental law at SOAS University of London. He received his doctoral degree in law from Stanford University, an MA in Development Studies from SOAS University of London, an LLM from King’s College London and a law degree from the University of Geneva.
He has published extensively on international and domestic environmental law, natural resources, water and sanitation and socio-economic rights and engages regularly with policymakers at the national and international levels.He was a member of the Government of India, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation’s Committee drafting the Draft National Water Framework Bill, 2016, the Model Groundwater (Sustainable Management) Act, 2017. He is currently the Chair of the World Commission on Environmental Law/IUCN’s Task Force on Rights of Nature.
His forthcoming books are the Oxford Handbook of Environmental and Natural Resources Law in India (OUP, forthcoming 2024) [co-edited with L. Bhullar&S. Koonan],and River Rejuvenation and River Rights: Evolving Debates in India (Orient BlackSwan, forthcoming 2024) [co-edited with Ruchi Shree]. His other publications can be found here.

Contact: pcullet@soas.ac.uk

Prof. Irene-marié Esser
Professor of Corporate Law and Governance
Professor Irene-marié Esser is a Professor of Corporate Law and Governance in the School of Law at the University of Glasgow and Dean of the Graduate School, College of Social Sciences. Since 2020 she is an Extraordinary Professor at Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

Professor Esser acted as Director and Deputy-Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Co-Subject Head of Commercial Law at the School of Law, University of Glasgow from 2018 until 2022 as well as the Early-Career Co-Ordinator. She also served as a Professor Extraordinarius at the University of South Africa (UNISA) and was, until 2017, a Visiting Professor at the Open University, UK. She has been in academia for 15 years and was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2005. In South Africa she was Professor and Co-Subject Head of Corporate Law at UNISA until March 2013, when she relocated, with her family, to Edinburgh, Scotland. Irene-marié obtained her LLB at Stellenbosch University (2001, first in her class), her LLM at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland (2003) and her LLD at UNISA (2008). She was the Company Law Convener for the UK Society of Legal Scholars for 3 years, until 2021. She currently teaches Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Company Law at the University of Glasgow and supervises postgraduate research students in the United Kingdom and South Africa. Her research spans doctrinal and empirical approaches, covering the UK, EU and South Africa in the field of corporate governance, company law and corporate social responsibility.

Professor Esser is a member of the PRI Academic Forum as well as the Sustainable Market Actors Network & Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars. as well as the Sustainable Market Actors Network & Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars. Professor Esser acted as an External Consultant to the King IV Committee on Corporate Governance in South Africa. Reference has been made to her work in the King IV Report on Corporate Governance following her inclusive stakeholder protection approach. They quoted directly from two articles that she co-authored with other academics. Prof. Esser received the prize (with the co-author) for the best article published during 2016 in the Journal of Contemporary Roman Dutch Law for ‘Shareholder Protection in Terms of the Companies Act 71 of 2008’

Professor Esser has presented a 3-5-day workshop at the University of Johannesburg on Board Governance since 2009. She is an examiner at ACCA on their South African Business law module. She is also on the editorial board of the European Business Law Review.

Prof Esser is part of the Corporate and Financial Law research group.

Prof Chao Xi
Chao Xi is Professor and Outstanding Fellow of the Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, He is concurrently Associate Dean (Research) and Head of the Graduate Division of Law of the Law Faculty. Professor Xi specializes in comparative corporate law and governance, securities regulation, and financial regulation, with a particular focus on the case of China. He has published extensively in leading peer-reviewed international journals. His research has received significant funding support from the Hong Kong SAR Government Research Grants Council, the PRC Ministry of Education, and the Government of India, the Sumitomo Foundation. Professor Xi is recipient of the prestigious CUHK Research Excellence Award 2009 and the CUHK Young Researcher Award 2011. He is also a dedicated and accomplished teacher, winning the CUHK Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award twice in 2010 and 2017.

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