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Joshua Folkard appointed Teaching Fellow in the conflict of laws at UCL

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30 September 2019

4 New Square is delighted to announce that Joshua Folkard has been appointed a Teaching Fellow for the International Commercial Litigation LLM course at University College London. He will teach across the spectrum of the conflict of laws, including (i) jurisdiction; (ii) the recognition and enforcement of judgments; and (iii) applicable law. Josh was previously a Teaching Assistant on the BCL Conflict of Laws course at the University of Oxford.

Josh has a significant practice in the conflict of laws, including service out of the jurisdiction on non-EU domiciled Defendants; the recognition and enforcement of EU judgments, in particular under the European Enforcement Order Regulation (Regulation 805/2004); and cases requiring the pleading and proving of foreign law.

He is also author of several Case Notes on the conflict of laws, including relating to (i) jurisdiction ([2018] 132 Law Quarterly Review 344 on Brownlie v Four Seasons [2018] 2 All ER 91; and [2016] LQR 31 on Google v Vidal-Hall [2016] QB 1003); and (ii) applicable law ([2015] Cambridge Law Journal 37 (on Wall v Mutuelle De Poitiers Assurances [2014] 3 All ER 340).

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