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Graham Roberts is an author and lecturer in banking law. He gives courses in banking law for banks and other institutions.
Graham Roberts has also written two highly regarded books: Law Relating to International Banking and Law Relating to Financial Services.
The seventh edition of the latter was published in 2009 – you can click here to access updates to the book where a more recent development has occurred. So, armed with a combination of the book and this website, you have a solid reference work to current law and practice.
Graham says, "My expertise lies in my ability to demystify this area of the law. Most banking law is not particularly difficult to understand although a few areas of this law are very complex. Over many years of writing and lecturing I have refined a process of presenting banking law in a way that people with no prior expertise with this law find works well for them."
"Banking law is often treated with hushed reverence because it tends to relate in practice to high value transactions. This does not make banking law difficult to understand, but it does make it important not to make mistakes. People are much less likely to make mistakes if they properly understand the relevant law than if they are bamboozled into thinking banking law is all totally beyond them." Graham Roberts
Graham Roberts is a Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London and a senior teaching fellow in the University College London Faculty of Laws. He is the editor of the practitionersí journal, Bankersí Law www.bankerslaw.net.
He has authored the two mainstream texts Law Relating to International Banking and Law Relating to Financial Services. Both of these books are widely used by lawyers, bankers and students of banking law.