Associate Professor Victoria Bronstein
|Qualifications||LLM, BAHons, LLB, BA|
|Organisational Unit||School of Law|
Administrative law, regulation, law and economics, federalism, freedom of expression, customs and the regulation of international trade
V ictoria Bronstein is an associate professor in the law school. She was awarded a British Council Fellowship in 1994 and spent a year at University College, London. During 1997 she was a researcher for Justice Ackermann in the Constitutional Court. She is also a qualified advocate.
She teaches constitutional law, administrative law and international trade law. She also teaches and co-ordinates the International Trade Certificate offered by the Mandela Institute of Global Law.