Namitasha Wallace Goring

Dr Namitasha Wallace Goring LLB, LLM, PhD

Lecturer in Law

Dr Wallace Goring is a Law Lecturer at the School of Criminology and Law.  She is the Module Leader for EU law  and Competition Law on the LLB programme and International Trade Law as well as Common Law Foundations on the LLM programme. From 2007 to 2021 she held several consultancies including one at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Qatar and was a visiting Law Lecturer at the University of Western Australia, the University of the West Indies and Kingston University, London.


Dr Wallace Goring’s PhD was a comparative review of the dispute settlement mechanisms of the World Trade Organisation, the European Union and the Caribbean Court of Justice.

Responsibilities within the university

  • Module Leader – EU Law (LLB)
  • Module Leader – Competition Law (LLB)
  • Module Leader - Jurisprudence and Legal Theory (LLB)
  • Module Leader – International Trade Law (LLM)
  • Module Leader – Common Law Foundations (LLM)

Awards

Inaugural Equity Champion – University of Greenwich Student Led Awards, 2022

Research / Scholarly interests

  • International economic law
  • Regional integration and the law
  • International trade law
  • Windrush Generation and the law
  • Legislative drafting

Recent publications

  • Namitasha Wallace Goring et al, ‘The Windrush Scandal: A Review of Citizenship, Belonging and Justice in the United Kingdom’ (2020) European Journal of Law Reform 266-302
  • Namitasha Wallace Goring, ‘Rethinking the CARICOM Dispute Settlement Mechanism (2013) Global Journal of Comparative Law 27-59