Professor of Law
MA (Cantab), LLM (Cantab), Barrister
Peter Kunzlik joined The City Law School in March 2005. His previous academic experience had been at Nottingham Law School, of which he had latterly been Dean, and as a Fellow and Lecturer in Law at St. John's College, Cambridge. His professional experience has been varied. Having been a partner in a major law firm, and founding partner of its Brussels practice, he is now a Barrister and a non-practising member of Hailsham Chambers, Temple, London.
He was recently a Consultant to the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development on environmental aspects of government commerce. He has undertaken a number of research contracts for the European Commission, the Crown Prosecution Service, and British Nuclear Fuels plc. His writing has been in the fields of Environmental Law, the Legal Profession and Economic Law. At City he teaches World Trade Law.
Professor Kunzlik welcome approaches for supervision from prospective PhD students in the areas of:
- law of government commerce
- government contracting
- public-private partnerships
- comparative competition law
Current PhD students
- Mariem Ben Slimane - Arab countries in the World Trade Organization: an emerging Arab presence within the WTOs decision-making and dispute-settlement process?