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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Prof Duncan Alford
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Duncan Alford, Professor of Law, joined the faculty of the University of South Carolina School of Law in April 2007 as Associate Dean and Director of the Law Library. Professor Alford received his J.D. with Honors from the School of Law of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he served on the North Carolina Law Review. He received his B.A. with High Distinction in Economics and French from the University of Virginia. Professor Alford also attended the University of South Carolina College of Library and Information Science graduating with a M.L.I.S. in 2001. Prior to attending law school, Professor Alford was a Business Analyst with McKinsey & Company, Inc., in Atlanta where he served clients in the telecommunications and banking industries. After graduation from law school, Professor Alford clerked for Justice Burley Mitchell of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. He then practiced corporate and banking law with Kilpatrick Stockton in Atlanta. He later joined Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A., practicing corporate and commercial real estate law in Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC and was elected a partner there in 2000. Prior to joining the faculty at USC, Professor Alford served as the Associate Dean for Library and Information Services and Associate Professor of Law on the inaugural faculty of the Charlotte School of Law, in Charlotte, NC. Previously, Professor Alford was the Head of Reference and Adjunct Professor at the Georgetown University Law Library, Washington, D.C. He also served as the Law Librarian at Princeton University, and a Reference Librarian at the Columbia University Law Library in New York City. Professor Alford teaches first year legal research and International and Foreign Legal Research. He has published numerous articles on banking law and regulation. His research interests include international banking law and international and comparative law generally. He has held research fellowships at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is admitted to practice in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.

Columbia
United States

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Mr Gavin Allanwood
Senior Lecturer
Expert, author, practitioner and educator in the areas of: Information Graphics User Experience Design (UX)

Preston
United Kingdom

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Prof Peter Alldridge
Drapers' Professor of Law
Drapers' Professor of Law

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Ros Altmann
Director General, Saga
Investment Expert and policy adviser for pensions, economics, savings and annuities reform. Former adviser to UK Treasury and Number 10 policy unit. Published regularly on economics and investment issues, hedge funds, alternative assets, pensions and savings policy.

London
United Kingdom

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Ms Merris Amos
Senior Lecturer
I am an academic teaching and researching in the area of human rights, in particular the Human Rights Act 1998 and European human rights law.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Suman Anand
Senior researcher
I am currently a Faculty for Future fellow; (a programme launched by the Schlumberger Foundation) in the Applied Optical Manipulation Group of the Electronic Engineering and Physics Division. I am engaged in the investigation of new techniques to explore aerosol properties by making use of optical tweezers. I am engaged in optical trapping and manipulating aerosols and then freezing it under controlled laboratory conditions. Ultimately, my work may help in resolving environmental issues such as climate change, global radiation uncertainty and the effects of aerosols on cloud formations. I am PhD in Physics. During PhD, I was focused upon thin film deposition and its characterisation by various techniques such as SEM, TEM,etc. Suman has experience of working in a number of research fields. I have worked as PI of an independent project funded by DST, India. In 2006 and 2009, I was awarded Royal Society of Edinburgh and Leverhulme visiting fellowships respectively. During 2011-2012, I was also awarded a research grant from Royal Society to support my present at Dundee.

Dundee
United Kingdom

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