About Us

Who We Are

The KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog is part of the King’s Student Law Review. We are an independent, online peer-reviewed academic publication managed by the researchers and law students based at the Dickson Poon School of LawKing’s College London.

What We Do

The KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog is run by a dedicated, dynamic and diverse team. Our editors are experienced in the fields of commercial, financial or competition law, and economics.

Our aim is to stimulate and enhance debate on topical issues and developments in the field of commercial law. The scope of our blog is broad, and in the past, we have published material relating to corporate law, financial law, governance and regulatory issues, tax law, intellectual property law, banking law, investment law and competition law.

We welcome submissions on a rolling basis. For more information, please proceed to: ‘Guidelines For Contributors.’


Managing Editor

Shou Yu Chong

Coordinating Editor

Douglas Li Juan Le

Social Media Officer 

Tanvi Kusum


Giulio Preti

Ritika Chauhan

Rohit Doad

Sarthak Makkar

Shreyas Lele

Urmil Shah

Animesh Bordoloi

Roshni Menon

Andre Wang

Proofreading Editors

Armand Chateau

Taran Narula

Audityaa Velpula

Kelly Ng

Mateusz Blaszczy

Aakanksha Buddhavarapu

Previous Editors

Tim Van Helfteren (Coordinating Editor 2019/2020)

Yannic Torben Obermeyer (Coordinating Editor 2019/2020)

Eduardo Abduch Catelani (Coordinating Editor 2020/2021)

Tricia Teh

Xenia Makridou

Joshua Chircop

Giorgia Sangiuolo (2016/2019, Editor-In-Chief: 2018/2019)

Romit Bandhari (2017/2018)

Sylwester Gumienny (2016/2016)

Shirene Pek (2017/2018)

Napoleon Xanthoulis (2015/2017)

Christy Burzio (2014/2015)

Mudit Nigam (2020)


KSLR Commercial and Financial Law Blog

Disclaimer: This blog has been created for educational and information purposes only. It is not intended to constitute legal advice and must not be relied upon as such. All information is believed to be correct at the date of publication but may become obsolete or inaccurate over time. Any opinions expressed in the blog posts are those of the authors and do not purport to reflect the opinions and views of the KSLR Commercial and Financial Law Blog, the King’s Student Law Review or King’s College London as a whole.