Professor Louise Gullifer

Professor Louise GulliferProfessor Louise Gullifer teaches and writes extensively in all areas of commercial and financial law, especially secured transactions and financial collateral, intermediated securities, set-off and personal property. She is the editor of Goode and Gullifer on Legal Problems of Credit and Security and has co-authored a number of books on commercial law and debt financing.  Her most recent co-edited volume is Intermediation and Beyond (2019), which considers the advantages and disadvantages of the holding of securities through the intermediated system, and the way forward. 

Louise is currently co-director of a project on digital assets, and is writing and editing a series of books on secured transactions law and reform around the world, of which the volume on Africa will be published in 2019.  She has acted as an expert witness in cases concerning set-off, intermediated securities and insolvency law.

Professor Gullifer teaches LLM papers on Corporate Finance, and English, Comparative and Transnational Secured Transactions Law.

For more information, see Professor Gullifer's Faculty of Law website profile.