Laura Panadès-Estruch (LLM LLB BBA) is LLM Course Leader and Lecturer at the Truman Bodden Law School of the Cayman Islands and PhD candidate in Law at the University of Cambridge.
She has ten years of experience in public procurement research.
Her doctoral dissertation provides a definition of competence creep and applies it to public-private partnerships as a case study.
Her research interests cover public-private partnerships in transport, public procurement and comparative law.
She is a member of the Cayman Islands Public Procurement Committee, reviewing Government contracts with the private sector with values over CI250,000 (GBP228k).
She has worked at the European Parliament as a Schuman trainee, as legal adviser to the H2020 DIGIWHIST project on early detection of corruption and as lecturer and (visiting) researcher at Pompeu Fabra University, Maastricht, LSE and Ruhr-Bochum.
Last Updated 2020-11-27