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Asst. Prof. Sareeya Galasintu

Asst. Prof. Sareeya Galasintu

Nationality :
Thai


Languages :
Thai and English


Current Position :
Lecturer, Department of Law, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kasetsart University


Specialisation :
Intellectual Property


Educational / Professional Memberships

  • 1990-1994 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Thammasat University, Thailand
  • 1995-1996 Certificate in Advocate Training, The Law Society of Thailand
  • 1994-2001 Master of Laws (LL.M.-Business Law) Thesis: Trademark Exhaustion of Rights Thammasat University
  • 2003-2004 Master of Laws (LL.M. – Commercial Law) Dissertation: Comparative Study on Product Liability Law University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (Government Scholarship)
  • 2020- present Ph.D. student, University of Reading, UK

Professional Experience

  • 1 July -31 August 1994: Tax Lawyer (After graduation), Pairoj Accountant and Law Office
  • September 1994-February 2001: Intellectual Property Lawyer (Solicitor and Litigator), Dej-Udom &Associates,
  • 7 December 2001 – 31 May 2003: Director (Solicitor), Frank International Ltd.
  • 27 December 2004 – 30 April 2010: Legal Officer, Professional Level, One of the selected officers in the High Performance and Potential System (HiPPS), Office of the Consumer Protection Board
  • 2 May 2010 – present: Lecturer, Department of Law, Kasetsart University
  • 10 April 2014 – 9 April 2019: Associated Judge, The Central Intellectual Property and International Trade Court
  • Present: Arbitrator at THAC and TAI

Arbitration Experience

Publications

  • Sareeya Galasintu, Apicha Chutipongpisit, and Chanakant Loveera. 2020. Consumer Rights in ASEAN. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences. Volume … Number … ….2020. pp. … (accepted for publication)
  • Sareeya Galasintu and Chanakant Loveera. 2020. The Comparative Study on Consumer Protection Laws in ASEAN. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences. Volume … Number … ….2020. pp. … (accepted for publication)
  • Sareeya Galasintu. 2018. The issue of direct sales and direct marketing law and enforcement in Thailand: A comparative study of the relevant UK and Malaysia laws. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences. Volume 39. Number 2. May – August 2018. pp. 328-333.
  • Sareeya Galasintu and Kewalin Silpipat. 2018. Review on Regulations on governmental and private cooperation for increasing the efficient measures of prevention and mitigation. Bot Bundit (Law Journal of the Thai Bar). Volume 71, Number 4, October – December 2018. pp. 1-54. (In Thai)
  • Sareeya Galasintu. 2016. Consumer Redress in Thailand and the solution. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences. Volume 37. Number 1. January – April 2016. pp. 66-74. (In Thai)
  • Sareeya Galasintu. 2015. Consumer Redress in Thailand: Alternative Dispute Resolution. Bot Bundit (Law Journal of the Thai Bar). Volume 71, Number 4, October – December 2015. pp. 815-826. (In Thai)
  • Sareeya Galasintu. 2015. Consumer Protection Law: Comparative Study on the Laws of Thailand and Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR). Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Year 41, Volume 1, January – June 2015. pp. 135 -152. (In Thai)
  • Thawatchai Suwanpanich and Sareeya Galasintu. 2014. The Electronic Dispute Resolution on consumer redress both Thais and foreigners whom suffered from the goods and services consumption in Thailand. A proceeding in national justice symposium No. 12. Ministry of Justice, 12 – 14 June 2014. (In Thai)