Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Pavel Repyeuski
About Dr Pavel Repyeuski
Originally from Belarus, Pavel has worked at Leeds Law School since 2007, first as a lecturer, then senior lecturer in law. He teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students, around his specialisms in European Union law, company law and international trade and business law.
Pavel is a course leader for the LLM International Business Law and LLM Master of Laws by distance learning. He is a personal tutor and supervises a number of master’s dissertations and doctorate thesis. He is currently involved in research relating to his specialist subjects, international business and commercial law, and European Union law.
Before joining Leeds Law School, Pavel was a director of a non-for-profit organisation in Belarus involved in youth and educational programmes. He also worked as an in-house legal advisor for a Belarus company providing legal advice to staff, contract revision, re-registration process and monitored law changes. In 2000, Pavel completed an internship with the United Nations Staff Activities department where he researched the operation and functions of the United Nations.
- Corporate and Business Law
- Law of the European Union
- Company Law
- Foundations of European Law
- Private International Trade Law
- International Trade and Law
In a globalised and rapidly-changing world, legal regulation of the business environment is becoming increasingly important. Pavel is part of a team of Leeds Law School staff looking into the law of the World Trade Organisation, Private International Trade law (international sale of goods) and lex mercatoria (merchants’ law), as well as company law.
Pavel is also working with colleagues to research the impact that the EU referendum result might have on the European Union law. He is looking at the future role and impact of European regulations on the UK including the trade rules governing the UK/EU relationship and the four fundamental freedoms. Research themes include the rules of EU internal market (covering free movement of goods, people, establishment/services and capital), EU citizenship law and equal treatment, and European competition law.