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Dr Constantina Sampani

  • Principal Academic In Legal Practice
  • WH
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Journal Articles

  • Sampani, C., 2021. Online dispute resolution in e-commerce: is consensus in regulation UNCITRAL’s utopian idea or a realistic ambition? Information and Communications Technology Law.
  • Sampani, K., 2015. The Impact of Culture in Online Dispute Resolution for Maritime Disputes. Cambrian Law Review, 44 (6), 6-32.

Chapters

  • Sampani, K., 2017. Exploring the impact of legal culture in shaping the role of the European Public Prosecutor: the prospects for penal moderation. EU Criminal Law and Policy Values, Principles and Methods. Routledge, 187-211.
  • Sampani, K., 2013. Oikonomiki krisi kai egklima. Honorary Volume for the commemoration of Professor Ch.Dedes. Ant. N. Sakkoulas, 451-471.
  • Sampani, K., 2010. Human Trafficking (Sexual Slavery): Does the international legislation give a sufficient answer to a globally committed crime? Essays in Honour of Professor Calliope D. Spinellis. Ant. N. Sakkoulas.

Others

PhD Students

  • Sitki Telioglou. An Open Window through Lex Mercatoria: From Medieval Times to the Future (MPhil)
  • Jonathan Cornthwaite. CAUGHT IN THE WEB: A STUDY OF HOW UNITED KINGDOM INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY JURISPRUDENCE ADAPTED AND DEVELOPED TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF THE INTERNET DURING THE PERIOD 1997-2018

Grants

  • Post-Brexit UK-India Trade. The impact of culture in shaping the prospective policies and institutions in an emerging bilateral trading landscape (Bournemouth University QR Allocation, 18 May 2021). Awarded
  • Post-Brexit India-UK Trade: How do labour market regulations and institutions hinder trade? (Global Challenges Research Fund, 05 Jan 2020). In Progress
  • Trade liberalisation, industrial deregulation or labour market institutions: what explains the increase in contract labour employment in Indian formal manufacturing? (Global Challenges Research Fund, 05 Jan 2019). Completed

Journal Reviewing/Refereeing

  • International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Oxford University Press (peer reviewer), 01 Feb 2020
  • Cambrian Law Review (Guest editor), 01 May 2014

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Informing decisions on academic framework, curriculum design and University policy and regulations
  • Professional seminar on Online Dispute Resolution, 'Could a shift in professional culture shape an efficient alternative to cost intensive litigation', ESRC Festival of Social Sciences
  • Professional training on Maritime Regulations
  • Professional training on: 'Maritime Disputes and Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms'
  • Professional training on: 'Marine Insurance Claims and Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms'
  • Professional training on: 'Maritime Business Management'

Conference Presentations

  • International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators, Artificial-Intelligence- based Human Decision Support Framework for Maritime Dispute Resolution. Modelling Human Uncertainty, 08 Mar 2020, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Fourteenth Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference, Online Dispute Resolution: Fair Passage for the Few or the Many?, 10 Jul 2019, Mexico City, Mexico
  • IALS, Engaging with expertise in legal cultural diversity for shaping the role of the European Public Prosecutor: its impact on the prospects for efficient penal moderation, 28 Oct 2016, IALS, London, UK
  • Realising Restorative Justice: Human Rights and Personal Realities, Shaping the role of the European Public Prosecutor: the prospects for RJ and penal moderation, 22 Jun 2016, Leiden University
  • International Congress of Maritime Arbitrators, Online maritime dispute resolution. Could the nuances of cultural diversity and power balance be embedded in the software code?, 11 May 2015, Hong Kong
  • Ninth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Lawful but Awful: The (making and) handling of financial crises in Greece and Spain, 11 Jun 2014, Vancouver, Canada