Name

JHAVERI Swati
 
 
Designation

Assistant Professor
 
Qualifications

B.A., BCL (Oxon), Solicitor of Hong Kong SAR and England & Wales
 
Appointment(s)

Email Address: lawssj@nus.edu.sg
Office Tel: (65) 6516-5417 
Office Fax: (65) 6779-0979 
Office Address

Fed-02-10
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776
 
Research Interests

Administrative Law
Constitutional Law
Torts
 

Subjects Taught

Torts
Public Law
 

Brief Biodata

Swati joined NUS Law in August 2012. Swati previously taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law. Her areas of research include public law and the law of torts. She has published in these areas in Public Law, the Tort Law Review and the International Journal of Constitutional Law. While at CUHK, she was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award. She was also awarded a competitive research grant from the General Research Fund of the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong to investigate the post-1997 impact of judicial review on legislative process and content. At NUS she was awarded the Faculty and University's Annual Teaching Excellence Awards for the 2013/2014 Academic Year.

Swati obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Jurisprudence (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Civil Law (Distinction) from the University of Oxford. She previously practiced law at Allen & Overy, specialising in international commercial arbitration. She is a Solicitor of the Hong Kong SAR and England & Wales and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.


Representative Publications

1. "The Doctrine of Substantive Legitimate Expectations: The Significance of Chiu Teng@Kallang Pte Ltd v Singapore Land Authority" (Public Law, forthcoming 2015)

2. S Jhaveri and A Scully-Hill, "Executive and legislative reactions to judicial declarations of constitutional invalidity in Hong Kong: Engagement, acceptance or avoidance?" International Journal of Constitutional Law 2015 13 (2): 507-529

3. "The Content of Fundamental and Other Constitutional Rights in Hong Kong" in R Gordon and J Mok eds, Judicial Review in Hong Kong, 2nd ed, (Hong Kong: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2014)

4. "Judicial strategies in recognising new areas for recovery in negligence - lessons learned from wrongful conception cases" (2013) 21 Tort Law Review 63.

5. "Transforming Fairness as a Ground of Judicial Review in Hong Kong" (May 2013) 11 no. 2, International Journal of Constitutional Law

6. Hong Kong Administrative Law, 2nd ed (Hong Kong: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2013).

7. "Constructing a Framework for Assessing Public Authority Liability in Negligence: The Role of Public Law Norms, 8. Private Law Norms and Policy Arguments" (2011)18, Tort Law Review 1-15

8. "Judicialising Politics: A Role for the Courts in Political Reform in Hong Kong" (2011) Public Law 227-235

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