Chalermwut Sriporm is connected to the Institute for Private Law since 1 March 2017 as an external PhD candidate.
Title research: Franchising legal frameworks: A comparative study of the DCFR, USA, and Australia on franchise contracts.
Chalermwut Sriporm (1986) studied law in Thailand at Thammasat University. He obtained Bachelor degree of Laws and Master degree of Laws (Private law) in 2009 and 2013 respectively. Furthermore, in 2016, he completed LLM programme in International Civil and Commercial Law (Advanced Studies) at Leiden Law School.
Chalermwut has been a lecturer in law at Thammasat University (Lampang Centre), Thailand, since 2013. For the undergraduate programme, he teaches courses on Law of Contract and Juristic Act, Law of Obligations, Seminar in Civil Law and Comparative Civil Law. He also gives a lecture in Advanced Civil and Commercial Law course for master students in Private Law major. In addition to those duties, he has conducted peer-reviewed researches, and written law articles in areas of contract law, tort law and law of obligations.
Chalermwut is interested in a comparative legal study of private law, particularly contract law and law of obligations. His doctoral research, therefore, touches upon certain questions with respect to specific duties of franchisors and franchisees within franchise contracts. For instance, has the franchisor a duty to disclose candid information to the potential franchisee during the stage of negotiation for the franchise contract?