Gabriel Gari

Senior Lecturer in International Economic Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

Gabriel is a Senior Lecturer in International Economic Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London and currently holds a visiting scholar position at the Trade in Services Division of the World Trade Organization. His main research interest lies in the regulation of trade in services. He has written widely on this matter and has consulted for various international organisations including the Latin American Export Services Association, Inter-American Development Bank, European Commission and European Parliament. Gabriel lectured at Penn State University (summer programme), Universidad de Montevideo and Universidad de la República. He also did consultancy work for UNDP and UNICEF on judicial reform in Central and South America and is a contributor expert for the World Justice Project Rule of Law Index Report. Prior to joining CCLS, Gabriel practiced on Employment and Commercial Law, worked for the Uruguayan Supreme Court of Justice and was a legal intern at the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development. Gabriel holds degrees in Law and in Sociology from the University of the Republic, an LLM in International Business Law (Merit) from LSE and a PhD from Queen Mary University of London. He is a member of the Society of International Economic Law,  the Latin American Network on International Economic Law and the Latin American and Caribbean Network for Research on Services.

Opinion

1 September 2015
Anyone involved with services exports will be well aware of the fact that the elimination of quantitative restrictions and discriminatory measures is a necessary but insufficient condition to secure effective market access. Typically, a foreign supplier will still have to comply with a range of non...

Bridges news

24 October 2017
Международные стандарты в основном используются в торговле товарами, но на этом их применение не должно ограничиваться. Автор статьи отмечает, что международные стандарты могут играть более значимую роль в правилах внутреннего регулирования торговли услугами. Любой, кто занимается экспортом услуг,...