Polona Florijančič

After finishing the LLB at Evropska Pravna Fakulteta in Slovenia, I moved to London to do an LLM degree in International Human Rights Law at Brunel University. The following year I worked as a research assistant for Dr Mohamed Badar and, during this time, I successfully applied for a PhD studentship at Brunel.

I am now a teaching assistant at the Law School and have completed the Graduate Learning and Teaching Programme. Currently I teach a number of seminars at LLB level and am also lecturing for the International Human Rights Law and Islamic Law module at the postgraduate level. 

My PhD research is on WTO Law and developing countries with a focus on the Agreement on Agriculture. I intend to tackle generally the question of membership in the WTO from a developing country’s perspective, followed by a human rights critique and an examination of the tackled problems as wider problems of public international law.

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