|Tareq Al-Tawil, Ph.D.|
Department: Human resource Management Studies
Rank: Assistant Professor
Primary Domain of Expertise: Corporate and Commercial Law
Education: Ph.D. - University of Manchester
Member of NYIT since: 2010
Administrative Title: NA
Representative Intellectual Contributions:
Al-Tawil, T (2013) "Letters of Credit and Contract of Sale: Autonomy and Fraud," International Trade and Business Law Review; 16: 156-224.
Al-Tawil, T (2012) "The Efficient Breach Theory: The False Assumptions and Reasons," Journal of Contract Law 28(1&2):150-188.
Al-Tawil, T (2012) "The Efficient Breach Theory: The Transparency Objection," Journal of Contract Law 28(3)218-236.
Al-Tawil, T (2012) "On the Topic of the Divergence between Legal and Moral Obligations in Common Law," Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 25(1):5-37.
Al-Tawil, T (2011) "Does Restitution for Wrongdoing Give Effect to Primary or Secondary Rights?" Canadian Journal of law and Jurisprudence 24:243-275.
Al-Tawil, T (2011) "The Efficient Breach Theory: The Moral Objection," Griffith Law Review 20(2):414-446.
Al-Tawil, T, Lucy, W. (2009) Promises, contracts, and remedies: the efficient breach theory versus routine specific performance; Unversity of Manchester.
Campus: Abu Dhabi
Office: Office 13, Block F2, CERT Technology Park, Al Muroor Road, P. O. Box 5464, Abu Dhabi