Prof. Bashar Malkawi
James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona, USA
Global Professor of Practice in Law
2005 Ph.D., Doctorate of Juridical Science (Scientiea Juridicae Doctor, S.J.D), American
University, Washington College of Law
2001 M.Sc., Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Trade Law, The University of Arizona,
College of Law
1999 B.Sc., Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Yarmouk University, Department of Law
Applying Safeguard Measures in Jordan: A Framework for Protecting the Domestic
Industry, The MENA Business Law Review 49-54 (2020). (United States).
Digital Trade Issues in WTO Jurisprudence and the USMCA, The International Trade
Journal (forthcoming 2020). (United States).
Economic Boycotts: The Interaction of National Security and International Economic
Law, 51 Academy of Legal Studies in Business National Proceedings (forthcoming 2020). (United States).
COVID-19: 20 Countries’ Higher Education Intra-period Digital Pedagogy
Responses, 3 Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching 9-28 (2020). (Singapore) (joint with Joseph Crawford, Kerryn Butler-Henderson, Jürgen Rudolph, Matt Glowatz, Rob
Burton, Paola Magni, and Sophia Lam).
Book Review of "Virginia Torrie, Reinventing Bankruptcy Law: A History of the
Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (2020)", International Insolvency Review (forthcoming 2020).
Chinese SOE Investment: An Economic Statecraft, 2 American University Forum on
National Security Law 22-33 (2019, lead article). (United States)
) The Design and Operation of Rules of Origin in Greater Arab Free Trade Area:
Challenges of Implementation and Reform, 53 Journal of World Trade 243-272 (2019). (The Netherlands)
Parliamentary Participation in the Making and Operation of International Economic
Agreements: The Case of Jordan, 2 Middle East Review- American Bar Association 12-19 (2018). (United States)
Book Review of "Yong-Shik Lee, Reclaiming Development in the World Trading
System (2016)", 11 Law and Development Review 939-941 (2018).
National security Review of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the Gulf
Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC): Challenges and Opportunities, in THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE: LAW, ECONOMICS AND POLITICS Chapter 13, 315-358 (Julien Chaisse and Jędrzej Górski eds., The
Netherlands: Brill 2018).
The Burden and Order of Proof in WTO Claims: Evolving Issues, 59 International
Journal of Law and Management 1220 -1235 (2017). (United Kingdom). (joint with Zeina Ahmad).
Notification of the GCC to the WTO as a Customs Union: The Whys and Hows, 10
Global Trade and Customs Journal 189-192 (2015). (The Netherlands).
Bashar Malkawi is Global Professor of Law at University of Arizona, where he teaches in the OUC-UA legal program. He teaches American common law, legal writing, procedure, and international trade. Bashar Malkawi received his S.J.D from American University, Washington College of Law, and LLM in International Trade Law from University of Arizona. He is well-versed in teaching and providing legal advice with 20+ years' experience in private and public sectors. Previously, Bashar Malkawi taught at universities in Jordan, UAE, and Italy. At the University of Sharjah, he has been Dean and Head of the Law School for the last four years.