New at the Institute: Victoria Barnes

At the Institute since January 1st, 2017

January 11, 2017

Victoria Barnes works on commercial law and the regulation of business in the United Kingdom and United States using a transnational and comparative framework. Her current research employs both quantitative and qualitative methodologies to explore the use of contracts as a way of restraining factors, agents and corporate management in the nineteenth century. She focuses on the development of common law doctrine as a force which influenced the evolution of contractual rights and drafting of particular clauses. Victoria Barnes holds a PhD from the University of Reading (2015) and lectured at the University of the West of England (2011-4), University of Reading (2012-5), and Henley Business School (2014-5). She also held a fellowship at Georgetown University Law Center (2016).

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