Rim Hamacha is a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University who specialises in Commercial and Banking Law. Rim is a module coordinator on the LLM Business Law and LLB Honours programmes, where she delivers lectures in Intellectual Property and the World Trade Organisation Law.
Prior to joining Middlesex University, Rim worked as a Lecturer at Brunel University where she taught Legal research skills, Tort, Equity and Business Law. As part of her research, Rim worked as a project assistant for the International Chamber of Commerce on the role of Arbitration in the Middle East and North Africa. Rim started her career as a trainee analyst at the European Investment Bank where she specialised in investments projects for the MENA and Eastern European markets.
Rim obtained a PhD in Comparative Competition Law from Brunel University London and an LLM in Corporate Finance Law from the University of Westminster. Her research interests focus on the interaction between Law and Finance and the evaluation of the performance of regulatory agencies in the UK, EU and emerging markets.