'Denying Entry to the Corrupt: Prospects and Challenges under International Law'.
Summary of research
The thesis examines issues that arise under international law in connection with denying entry to individuals whom a particular state believes to be complicit in large-scale corruption abroad. This is one of the anti-corruption policies adopted by several states, most prominently by the US, and endorsed by the G20 and the UN General Assembly.
Anton's primary research areas include Corruption, Criminal Law, Money Laundering and Public International Law.
Anton holds an undergraduate degree in international law (with honours) from Kiev National University, Ukraine and a Master of Law (LLM) degree from the University of Cambridge. While studying in Kiev, he worked part-time in a Ukrainian commercial law firm for two years. After the graduation from Cambridge, Anton spent two months at several barristers chambers in London pursuant to the Inner Temple’s Pegasus Trust Scholarship. He then commenced his PhD at QMUL having received the School of Law’s studentship.