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Dr Muriel Renaudin

Dr Muriel Renaudin

Lecturer in Law

School of Law and Politics

Email
renaudinm1@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44(0)29 2087 4339
Campuses
2.22, Law Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX
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Overview

I joined Cardiff Law School as a lecturer in November 2011. I am the Programme Director for the LLB Law & French and the coordinator for the School's academic exchanges with the French Universities of Rennes and Toulouse. I am also a regular visiting lecturer of these partner universities. I am the module leader for French Law and Commercial Law at an undergraduate level and for Comparative Commercial Law at a postgraduate level. My general research interests lie in commercial law, comparative law and secured credit law. 

I gained my PhD entitled ‘Secured Transactions Law Reform and the Modernisation of Personal Property Law' from Swansea University in 2011. I completed an LL.M (with Distinction) in International Commercial Law from Swansea in 2006. I also studied as an Erasmus student at Cardiff Law School in 2003/2004 and obtained a Certificate in Legal Studies. I completed my undergraduate studies in law in France where I gained a Licence en Droit and a Maîtrise de Droit des Affaires from the Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique, Université de Rennes in 2002 and 2003 respectively. 

My current research focuses upon the future of commercial law reforms, in particular of secured credit law regimes. The role of comparative law in shaping commercial law reforms, such as the implications of legal transplants, legal culture, the divergences and convergences between Civil Law and Common Law traditions, are central to my research. 

Biography

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Teaching

I am the module leader in the following modules:

Undergraduate 

Commercial law

French Law I Introduction to French public law

French Law II Introduction to French private law

Postgraduate 

Comparative commercial law