Dominic Thomas-James

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Dominic Thomas-James

Associate Researcher with The White Collar Crime Centre

Dominic Thomas-James is an Associate Researcher at The White Collar Crime Centre. Based at the University of Cambridge, Dominic is currently undertaking his doctorate at the Centre of Development Studies and is a member of Queens’ College, Cambridge. His work focusses on how the quality and relevance of law pertaining to international standards of economic misconduct control can be improved and better implemented in the context of developing nations — with particular focus on small jurisdictions in the Caribbean. His main research interests are corruption, bribery and money laundering.

Dominic was called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and is an ADR Group accredited civil and commercial mediator. Dominic lectures in commercial law at BPP University Law School, London and is an organiser of the Annual Symposium on Economic Crime at Jesus College, Cambridge. He regularly gives talks and presentations at conferences and seminars and is currently engaged in research for the Society of Conservative Lawyers on the legal implications of Brexit in the context of anti-corruption.

Dominic holds an M.Phil from the University of Cambridge and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from King’s College London.


BLL in The Times on account freezing

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Bank account forfeiture success

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