CCLS alumna Uzma Ashraf Barton published first book "Rethinking Regulation of International Finance: Law, Policy and Institutions"
Uzma Ashraf Barton, LLM Banking and Finance graduate 2007, has published her first book titled (Wolters Kluwer). Uzma mentions in her book acknowledgement section that attending Queen Mary for her LLM at a critical time in the development of financial law triggered her interest in international finance, back in 2007. Ms Barton is currently a Fellow at the Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong, and a Fellow at the Law & Economics Centre, George Mason University, USA. Prior to joining academia, she served as Assistant and Deputy Commissioner in the Government of Pakistan where she worked on various assignments implementing governance reforms. More recently, she has been engaged on a number of policy projects including at the Georgetown Law School, University of Hong Kong, and consults on fiscal and financial reforms with the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank.