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Mary George is an Associate Professor at the University of Malaya, Faculty of Law and she also serves as the Head of the Law and Policy Unit of The Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, at the University. Having received her early legal education from the University of Bangalore (India), the Institute of Social Studies (The Hague), London School of Economics (England), she pursued her doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney. Specialising in international air and space law, law of the sea and trust law, she teaches and supervises postgraduate and undergraduate students. She has presented many papers at numerous international and national conferences and published many articles and books. She received the Fulbright Award in 2009 and pursued ocean law research at the Georgetown University Law School. She is also involved in international and national consultancies such as the UN-IPBES Deliverable 4 (c) and the IMO-NORAD programme to assist the East Asian Seas in the Control of Marine Pollution. Till very recently she was also a member of the Malaysian National Law Reform Committee. She is currently a member of and serves the Asian Society of International Law.
Dr See Eng Teong read law at King’s College London and practised law for a few years before pursuing his postgraduate study. He was awarded a Monbukagakusho scholarship to study at Nagoya University where he obtained his PhD on competition law and policy research. He has work experience in the academics and legal practice. He was once a law lecturer at a university, and General Counsel of an airline. He is called to the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. His areas of academic interest include aviation law and policy, competition law and policy, and world trade law.