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Dr Muriel Renaudin

Lecturer in Law

School of Law and Politics

+44(0)29 2087 4339
2.22, Law Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX
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Dr Muriel Renaudin joined Cardiff Law School as a lecturer in November 2011. Muriel teaches French Law at an undergraduate level and Comparative Commercial Law at a postgraduate level. She is also a regular visiting lecturer at Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique, Université de Toulouse.  She is currently the Programme Director for the LLB Law & French at Cardiff Law School.

Muriel gained her PhD entitled ‘Secured Transactions Law Reform and the Modernisation of Personal Property Law' from Swansea University in June 2010. She was awarded an LL.M (with Distinction) in International Commercial Law from Swansea in 2005. She also studied as an Erasmus student at Cardiff Law School in 2003-2004 and obtained the Erasmus Diploma in Legal Studies. She completed her undergraduate degree in Law in France and obtained a Maîtrise de Droit des Affaires from the Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique, Université de Rennes in 2003.

Her principal research interests lie in the field of comparative commercial law and international commercial law. Principally, her research focuses upon the modernisation and approximation of commercial law regimes, more specifically secured credit laws. Comparative law issues, such as legal diversity, the divergences and convergences of Civil Law and Common Law traditions and the implications for the approximation of law and modernisation process are central to her research.








I am the module leader in the following modules:


Commercial law

French Law I Introduction to French public law

French Law II Introduction to French private law


Comparative commercial law


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