Senior Lecturer in Law at Swansea University and Adjunct at the Law Futures Centre of Griffith University working mostly with public procurement, EU and company law. Recovering lawyer. Co-organiser of Procurement Week until 2015 and host of dead podcasts.*
- CV (March 2017)
- SSRN page
- Swansea University bio page
- Bangor University bio page (outdated)
- Public Contracts Regulations 2015 Commentary (with Albert Sanchez Graells)
- Public Procurement Podcast
- Showcasing.eu podcast
- ShowcasePT podcast (in Portuguese)
- Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies
Dr. Pedro Telles is an expert in public procurement regulation, interested in analysing the law in context and changing practice. To this end most of his research to date has a mixed methods approach (law with social sciences and quasi natural experiments) which led to him giving evidence to the Local Authorities Select Committee at Westminster in 2013 and having his research in improving low value procurement adopted by the Federation of Small Businesses in 2014. He edits with Dr. Albert Sanchez Graells an online commentary to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
Pedro is currently a Senior Lecturer in Law at Swansea University where he lectures EU, Competition and Company Law. He was previously a Lecturer in Law and procurement law specialist at Bangor University (2011-2015), where he was Course Director for Law with Languages. He co-organised Procurement Week from 2012 to 2015, making it a leading international procurement with over 500 participants and was a founding member of the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies in 2012. 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 before that was a lawyer specialised in Portugal and Spain (2003-2007), advising public and private entities in public procurement and administrative law matters.
* Except for the Public Procurement Podcast one.