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Carter, Connie
Casanova, Arnel
Gopalakrishnan, Shankar
Harada Hiroki
Harding, Andrew
Krusekopf, Charles
Likosky, Michael
Muchlinski, Peter
Nogami Natsu
Park Nohyoung
Tey Tsun Hang
Vaddhanaphuti, Chayan
Xu Feng

Connie Carter, B.Ed., LLB, PhD, Barrister-at-law
Professor of Law
Royal Roads University

Dr Connie Carter is Professor of Law at Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She teaches courses in Business Law in the MBA and BCom programs.

She earned her PhD in Law and her LLB degree at the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London in the UK. She is a qualified Barrister-at-law, having graduated from the Inns of Court School of Law in London and been called to Lincoln’s Inn in London, England. Her first degree was in Education, a B.Ed, from the University of Cambridge.

Dr Carter has worked in the business and academic worlds in Europe and Asia. She has operated her own business consultancy companies advising on legal aspects of international trade, foreign investment, marketing, technology transfer and intellectual property in Europe, China, India and Southeast Asia.

Before joining Royal Roads University in Canada, she spent five years in China, partly as Professor of Law at Xiamen University, partly as Human Resources & Administration Director at Linde-China, a German-owned manufacturer of forklift trucks in Xiamen, China. While practising law as a Barrister in London, she taught Intellectual Property (IP) on the LLM program and Law & Development on the undergraduate program at SOAS, University of London. She has taught International Trade Law, Competition Law and IP Law as a Visiting Professor at several universities, including Chulalonghorn University in Bangkok.

Her publications include: (2002) Eyes on the Prize: Law and Economic Development in Singapore, Kluwer Law. (1996) Fighting Fakes in China: The Legal Protection of Trademarks and Brands in the PRC, IP Institute, London.

Her current research interests include SEZs in emerging market economies, corporate social responsibility and values-based leadership in multinational enterprises.