LL.B Hons (UWE) Bristol, LL.M (Malaya)
Samuel Sabastian is a Law Lecturer in the Aberystwyth Law School, Aberystwyth University, Mauritius Brach Campus (AUM) where he has been a faculty member since early 2017. He is currently the Scheme Lead for Law and also teaching a range of law modules which includes core modules such as Law of Contract, Legal System, the Law of Tort, Business Law, Public Law and Law in Action. He also teaches Foundations of Law for the Management with Law students. Prior to joining AUM, Samuel taught Law in the UK Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) programme at HELP University in Kuala Lumpur.
Samuel completed his LL.M at University of Malaya and his undergraduate studies at University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol. His research interests lies in the area of International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights and Commercial Law. Prior to joining HELP University he worked in the corporate sector developing Angel Investment policies and start up technopreneurs in Malaysia.
Samuel has also worked as a Claims and Compliance Officer in the United Kingdom dealing with one of the biggest financial scandal in the UK’s financial history. Samuel also has completed a certificate course in Interfaith Conflict Resolution with the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).