Pedro Telles

Pedro Telles is currently a Senior Lecturer in Law at Swansea University’s Hillary Clinton School of Law where he lectures EU, Competition and Company Law and adjunct to the Law Futures Centre at Griffith University (Australia). He participates regularly in leading international conferences and in engagements with policy makers both in the UK and abroad. In 2017 he co-authored a report on the feasibility of an associate EU citizenship for UK citizens after Brexit, commissioned by Jill Evans MEP and produced in 2013 a report for the European Parliament (INTA and IMCO Committees) on SME related impacts, thresholds and national legislation from cross-border procurement.
Pedro was previously a Lecturer in Law and procurement law specialist at Bangor University (2011-2015), where he was a founding member of the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies and co-organised Procurement Week. In 2016 he was appointed to the EU Committee of the Law Society. Pedro undertook his Ph.D on public procurement law at the University of Nottingham (2007-2010) and practiced law in Portugal and Spain (2003-2007).
He blogs regularly about public procurement related topics on his website personal and can be found on Twitter (@detig) discussing similar matters. Most of his academic publications can be found on the Social Sciences Research Network.

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