Name: Asif Hasan Qureshi
Professor of International Economic Law, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
Editor-in-chief Manchester Journal of International Economic Law
Barrister: Quadrant Chambers, 10 Fleet Street, London, UK
Member of the Roster of Non-Governmental Panellists eligible for Panel service, appointed by the Dispute Settlement Body of the World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Barrister. Called to the Bar Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, UK. 1978.
Advocate Sindh High Court, Pakistan Member Sindh High Court Bar Association, Karachi, Pakistan 2008
1982-1985 Ph.D. London School of Economics, University of London
1980-1981 LL.M. London School of Economics, University of London
1974-1977 LL. B HONOURS, University of London
Professor School of Law, Korea University ( From September 2012).
Professor University of Manchester, UK (1985-2012).
Barrister Quadrant Chambers, 10 Fleet Street, London, UK (since 1998)
Consultancies involving various governments and international organisations on WTO/GATT law.
Various Visiting Professorships worldwide. Visiting Scholar at Yale Law School in 1992. Since 2015 founding Director of the Northeast Asia International Law Forum. Served in the Legal Department of the IMF in 2016 as a Visiting Professor.
Ten books and over 80 articles, chapters, reports/reviews & editorials. Significant recent book publications include: (1) Asif H Qureshi & Andreas Zeigler International Economic Law (Sweet & Maxwell, Third Edition); (2) Asif H Qureshi & Xuan Gao (edited) International Economic Organizations and Law: The Perspective and Role of the Legal Counsel (Jointly edited with Xuan Gao). Kluwer Law International (2012); and (3) Asif H Qureshi Interpreting WTO Agreements (Cambridge University Press: 2006 and 2015 Second Edition).
Significant recent article publications include: (1) ‘International Trade for Development: the WTO as a Development Institution?’ 43:1 Journal of World Trade, February 2009; (2) ‘A Necessity Paradigm of ‘Necessity’ in International Economic Law,’ Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Volume 41, 2010 pages 99-136). (Translated into Chinese and published in Chinese in the Journal of International Economic Law, Peking University Press, Volume 19, Number 4, 2012 pp.15-49); and (3) ‘Interpreting Exceptions in the WTO Agreement: Lessons from the New Haven School,’ Asia Pacific Law Review (APLR). Issue 1 of 2014.