Athari Aladwani is a PhD student at Brunel University London. Athari developed a particular interest in Kuwait's recent attempts to counter corruption and conflict of interest law. This inspired her to commence with her PhD with the aim of comparing Kuwait's novel legal framework with that of the United Kingdom in order to discover new paradigms which, if applied, would potentially bolster Kuwait's legislative framework. Her research interest include administrative law, constitutional law as well as public law.
The research project titled 'Pratical Approaches Towards Implementing Anti-Corruption and Conflict of Interest Laws in Kuwait' and is expected to be completed towards the end of 2024 . It is essentially a compartive study which critically examines Kuwait's legislative framework to combat corruption and conflict of interest law with the more developed approach of the United Kingdom.
- LLB from Kuwait University (2011).
- LLM from Kuwait International Law School (2016).
- Coach in William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition (2014).
- Judge in Kuwait international law society moot court Competition (2019).
- Judge in Philip C. Jessup Competition (2021).
- Legal Regulation for Investment (KILAW (2020))
- The Historical Origins of Legal Theories and Codes (KILAW (2021))
- Partical approached towards implementing anti-corruption and conflict of interest laws in kuwait (Brunel Law School (2022))
-Teaching assistant at Kuwait International Law School (KILAW).