Dr. Jaruprapa Rakpong has joined the Faculty of Law since September 2012, after living and studying in the UK for 10 years as a Thai government scholarship student. She has been awarded a Ph.D. degree in the European and International Trade Laws from the University College London (UCL), an LL.M. (Upper Second Class Honours) from the University of Cambridge, and an LL.B. (First Class Honours) from King’s College London. Currently, she is teaching various subjects on international and regional law including Public International Law, the Law of the European Union and International Economic Law. Dr. Jaruprapa has developed a strong research interest in the Law of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and regional trade integration, particularly on issues relating to agricultural & food trade. Her recent research topics include the international trade aspects of the food safety regulation of Thailand & ASEAN and the governance of private standards in the field of food safety control. For student activities, she has been involved in moot court and debating activities, supervising and training students to compete with other universities at national and international levels.