Professor of Law and Development and Director of PPRG
Senior Fellow in Public Procurement Law and Deputy Director of PPRG
Professor of Public Law
Associate Professor in Law
Assistant Professor in Law
Part-time Tutor for the Executive Programme in Public Procurement Law and Policy
Cesar Pereira FCIArb is a partner at Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini, Sao Paulo (Brazil), head of the firm’s infrastructure and arbitration practice.
Sope Williams-Elegbe is a Professor and Head of the Department of Mercantile Law and the deputy director of the African Procurement Law Unit, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
Geo Quinot is Professor of Law in the Department of Public Law at Stellenbosch University, South Africa; Founding Director of the African Procurement Law Unit (APLU) and Co-Director of the Socio- Economic Rights and Administrative Justice Research Project (SERAJ).
Luigi Fiorentino is one of the leading experts of procurement law and policy in Italy. He is currently Head of the Department for information and publishing of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. He is also President of the National Biodiversity Future Center (a public body promoted by the Italian National Research Center (CNR) in cooperation with a number of Universities and other public and private entities. The NBFC manages objectives of the PNRR linked to biodiversity).
Anna Gorczynska, PhD, Assistant Professor, is employed in the Department of the European Economic Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz, Poland.
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PhD Thesis Title: Determining the Risk of Legal Challenge of Incorporating Sustainable Public Procurement in Public Contracts
Steven is researching the use of the multi-supplier framework model in the UK. His empirical research project explores how the public procurement rules are interpreted, applied and supplemented by contracting authorities in the context of the UK framework agreement market. It investigates what discrepancies exist between the black letter law and its application in practice and the perceived positive and negative aspects of the current regulatory regime including what strategies are adopted to resolve any issues arising.
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