Dr Robi Rado is a Lecturer at Melbourne Law School. He teaches Corporations Law, Obligations, and Legal Method and Reasoning.
Robi’s current research interests are in the areas of law and development, international law and political economy, international trade law and international migration law. His PhD thesis examined international legal frameworks that govern Indians’ movement abroad, and described how international law plays an important role in the making of an unequal world.
Robi holds Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Master of Laws and Doctor of Philosophy degrees, all from the University of Melbourne. He previously worked as a corporate lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons) in Melbourne and at Freshfields (now Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) in London.