About Murilo Lubambo de Melo

Murilo Lubambo de Melo joined NCH in 2018 and is a Lecturer in International Law. He completed both his LLM and PHD in Laws at University College London where he is also a teaching fellow. Murilo was also a Visiting Researcher at Yale University and he is currently teaching lectures, seminars & tutorials on Public International Law at NCH.

Murilo Lubambo de Melo's Research

  • Research Fellow in Residence: World Trade Organisation, WTO, Doctoral Support Programme, Geneva [Mar-Jul 18] Trade in Services and Investment Division.

Murilo Lubambo de Melo's Teaching

  • Chapter: “Entry Rights and Investments in Services: Adjudicatory Convergence between Regimes?”  Adjudicating Trade and Investment Disputes: Convergence or Divergence? Behn et al (eds) Studies on International Courts and Tribunals, Cambridge University Press [forthcoming, 2019].
  • Article “Host States and State-State Investment Arbitration: Strategies and Challenges” 14(2) Brazilian Journal of International Law [2017].
  • Article “Is State-State Investment Arbitration an Old Option for Latin America?” 34 Conflict Resolution Quarterly 255 [2016].
  • Book Review: “Intellectual Property Rights and Competition in Standard Setting Objectives and Tensions, by Valerio Torti” 39(3) World Competition [2016].
  • Article: “Vertical Restraints Facilitating Horizontal Collusion: ‘Stretching’ Agreement in a Comparative Approach” – EU and USA (April 17, 2015). 4 UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 135 [2015].
  • Article “Loyalty Rebates Case” in International Antitrust Bulletin, American Bar Association ABA, Section of Antitrust Law, 4 p. 13 [2010] with Fernando Furlan.