Faculty Development Fellows

 

Dr. Po Ma Ma Aung, who joined the Ministry of Education as a Tutor in 2012, has been working as an Assistant Lecturer at the Law Department of University of Mandalay since 2016. She is mainly responsible to take Tutorial and Discussion Classes for Master and Bachelor students. During the past years, she actively participated in many trainings, workshops and seminars relating to her academic life.  Besides, she also commits as a Librarian of Law Department Library. She got her LL.B degree from Monywa University in 2008. She holds two master degrees from the University of Mandalay, LL.M degree in 2011 and M.Res degree in 2012. She has obtained her Ph.D degree from the Mandalay University in 2018. She finished two theses and one PhD dissertation for her Master Degrees and PhD Degree. Recently she served as a research fellow in the Chiang Mai University for three months to do joint-research with a Law Faculty member. Her research interest is Business Law, especially in Company Law and Competition Law. She is always keen on doing research to be able to widen her academic knowledge.


Dr.Thu Zar Myint is an Assistant Lecturer, Department of Law at University of Mandalay (Myanmar). She received her LLB degree (2005) at Pathein University and LLM degree (2008) at University of Mandalay. She holds her PhD degree in Law (2019) from University of Mandalay. Her specialization is civil law and PhD research was concerned with the human rights field. She is currently teaching, supervising the seminar papers and doing research in Department of Law. Her research interests focus on criminal law and human right law which are related to the domestic workers. She is currently a Faculty Development Fellow at the Central European University. 


Dr. Su Su Mon is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Law, University of Yangon, Myanmar. She received her LLB Degree from Dagon University in 2004, LLM Degree in 2006, and PhD in Law from University of Yangon in 2014. She was awarded the scholarship from Daimler und Karl Benz Foundation, Germany from 2008 to 2010 as a research student at Centre for European Private Law (CEP), Münster University. She wrote her PhD Dissertation comparing between Civil Law System and Common Law System. Title of her Dissertation is “Conditions and Warranties of International Sales Contracts: Comparison on CISG, German Law, US Law, UK Law and Myanmar Law”. Her specialization is commercial Law. She has been teaching at the Department of Law at East Yangon University since 2005 , she also taught at the Department of Law at Sittwe University and currently at the Department of Law at University of Yangon. Her teaching subjects are Introduction to the Study of Law, Laws relating to Sale of Goods, Business Law, International Economic Law, International Trade Law, Administrative Law and Intellectual Property Law at the undergraduate, postgraduate and Diploma level. She has been supervising LLM, Master of Research Theses and PhD Dissertations. In 2013, she got a Diploma on International Relations and Development organized by John Hopkins University and University of Yangon. In 2017, she got an award for the best paper in Law at the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, the most honoured academic research institution in Myanmar. Her current research focuses on the protection of trade secret in Franchise Business. Dr. Su Su Mon is hosted by the CEU Department of Legal Studies.