Assistant Professor of Law; Deputy Director, Centre for International Economic Law, ITAM
Dr. Amrita Bahri, who is currently an Assistant Professor of Law at ITAM University, is an international trade law scholar with the experience of practice, teaching and research. She is the Deputy Director for the Centre of International Economic Law at ITAM. She has a PhD in International Trade Law from University of Birmingham and an LLM in International Business Law from London School of Economics.
Amrita has published on the issues of international trade law, dispute settlement and capacity building in developing countries. Her recent articles feature in the prestigious journals such as the Journal of World Trade and Trade, Law & Development. Her other works, in the form of a book and book chapters, are published by prestigious publishers such as Cambridge University Press and Edward Elgar.
Amrita has practiced law in the field of international commercial arbitration and civil liabilities with prestigious law firms including Fox & Mandal and two boutique law firms on a variety of cases. At the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Government of India), she has worked with government and private stakeholders on international trade related matters including dispute settlement and anti-dumping investigations. From 2011 to 2015, she has worked as Teaching Associate in Law at University of Birmingham. In this role, she has taught English Law of Contract, English Law of Tort and Global Legal Skills.
Topics of Interest
- Common law system
- International trade law
- International commercial arbitration
- International contracts
- English laws of obligation
- Global legal skills