Dr. Christopher Malcolm

Dr. Christopher Malcolm
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Title: 
Deputy Dean (International Networking, Public Outreach & Alumni Affairs); Director, Mona Law Institutes Unit (MLIU)
Education: 
LL.B. Hons. (UWI) LL.M. & Ph.D. (Lond), FCIArb
Professional Qualifications: 
Attorney-at-Law
Research Area: 
Banking and Financial Law, Regulation and Compliance, Regional Integration and Economic Development, International Trade and Investment, Employment and Industrial Relations, Arbitration Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Competition and Consumer Protection, Corporate and Commercial Law
Articles: 
C.P Malcolm, Financial Market Integration and Economic Development in the Commonwealth Caribbean (Book project, currently under review for publication)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Jamaica Chapter’ in L Mistelis, L Shore & H Smit (eds) World Arbitration Reporter (2nd edn Juris Publishing 2010)
C.P Malcolm, ‘And then there was One – An Overview of the Fifth Summit of the Americas’ (Law and Business Review of the Americas, Volume 16 Number 1, Winter 2010)
D. Byron and C.P Malcolm, ‘CARICOM’ in Max Planck Public International Law Encyclopaedia (Oxford University Press 2009)
D. Byron and C.P Malcolm, ‘Caribbean Court of Justice’ in Max Planck Public International Law Encyclopaedia (Oxford University Press 2009)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Constructing a Financial Integration Model for CARICOM: Essential Provisions and Agenda for Reform’ (Law and Business Review of the Americas, Volume 14 Number 3, Summer 2008)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Financial Harmonisation in the OECS: Implications for CARICOM’ (ch 16) in K Hall & D Benn (eds) Production Integration in CARICOM: From Theory to Action (Ian Randle Publishers Kingston 2006)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Re-thinking the Framework for Regulation of the Jamaican Financial Sector’ (Journal of International Banking Regulation, Volume 5 Number 4, July 2004)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Dispute Settlement Vulnerability: Distilling Some Concerns for Small Latin American and Caribbean States under the Proposed’ FTAA (Law and Business Review of the Americas, Volume 10 Issue 4, Special Summer 2004 Publication)
C.P Malcolm, ‘Caribbean Integration within the CARICOM Framework: The Socio-historical, Economic and Political Dynamics of a Regional Response to a Global Phenomenon’ (Law and Business Review of the Americas, Volume 10 Issue 3, Autumn 2004)
C.P Malcolm, ‘The Settlement of Foreign Investment Disputes: Distilling some of the Considerations for Jamaican Arbitration Practitioners’ (Caribbean Law Review, June & December 2004)
CP Malcolm and P Nunez, ‘More Haste Less Speed: An Examination of some Constitutional and other Legal Implications of the Revised Treaty of Basseterre’ (currently under review for publication)
C.P Malcolm, ‘An Examination of Jamaican Trade and Investment in the Context of Strategic Culture’ (Forthcoming contribution, Jamaica Study)