Tedd Moya Mose is the inaugural PhD candidate of the Energy and Natural Resources Institute at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). He was awarded a studentship for doctoral studies in international energy law upon completion of an LLM in Energy and Natural Resources Law at Queen Mary in 2016 where he also served as the course representative for the LLM.
Tedd is also a Research Assistant at the Energy and Natural Resources Law Institute QMUL for an EU Horizon 2020 project on carbon capture and storage (CCS). His current research interests are inter-disciplinary work on international energy law, sustainable development and the role of technology in shaping the energy industry and a low-carbon energy future. He has delivered lectures at Queen Mary University of London (England), the University of St. Andrews (Scotland) and the Democritus University of Thrace (Greece).
Prior to joining to QMUL, Tedd worked for just over a decade as a lawyer in Kenya advising on energy, natural resources, commercial, environmental and administrative law and was called to the bar in February 2008. He received his LLB from Moi University, Kenya. Also, as the lead partner in the energy, mining and natural resources, technology, media and communications efforts at Waweru Gatonye & Co (a medium-sized law firm in Nairobi), he represented government parastatals as well as private entities in legal audits, risk management, dispute resolution and strategy. He has been a member of the Law Society of Kenya, the East Africa Law Society, the International Commission of Jurists (Kenya Chapter), the European Law Students Association and the Young International Arbitration Group and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.