Teng-Guan is Deputy Head of Department for Accounting, Finance and Operations Management at Lord Ashcroft International Business School.
Teng-Guan has been with Anglia Ruskin University since 2007, having previously taught international business and trade law, criminal and law of tort at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Anglia Law School, and worked in Malaysia from 2004-2006. He holds a bachelors degree in Law (LLB (Hons), a Postgraduate Certificate in Legal Practice (PG Dip) and Masters in Law (LLM), all with Anglia Ruskin University.
In 2011, Teng-Guan completed his PhD in Law with Anglia Ruskin University. His thesis explored the Critical Comparative Racial Discrimination and Regulations in Professional Team Sports.
Teng Guan’s research interests are primarily in the area of sports law, specifically within the area of advancement or promotion of equal opportunity for participation in sports, the interaction between soft and hard law which is also known as the process of ‘juridification’. The latter has increasingly become an important area of debate, considering the increasing intervention and ‘encroachment’ of legal sphere into areas which would otherwise been governed by ‘social’, soft or informal rules. His other research interests involves the area of international business, trade and commerce, and again, primarily analysing and examining the inherent tension between international ‘legally’ or ‘non-legally’ conventions and domestic law within countries.
Teng Guan's area of research supervision includes the area of commercial and sports law, and he has successfully supervised two students to completion. The first thesis relates to the ongoing issues relating to the ‘Host Country Contracts in the Energy Sector: Azerbaijan and Turkey case study’ while the other examines the ‘Emergence to Tax Regimes in the EU and the process of Europeanisation’. At the moment, Teng Guan is actively supervising/adviser to a number of research students from the Anglia Law School, Lord Ashcroft International Business School and the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Teng Guan is lecturing on the area of Business Law on the Undergraduate Level, and has previously taught different areas of law such as Criminal Law, Tort Law and Law of Business Associations.
Khoo, T.G; (2013); ‘The Inevitable Role of Juridification in Sports – Race Discrimination’, Global Sports Law and Taxation Reports, Vol. 4, 3, pp.25-31
Khoo, T.G and O’Leary, John; (2013); ‘Changing the World: Sport, Racism and Law in South Africa and Malaysia’, International Sports Law Journal, Vol. 13, 1-2, pp.45-54
O’Leary, John and Khoo T.G; (2014); ‘Will the Cream always rise to the Top? – Examining Anti-Discrimination Policies in Sport’, Robert Gordon University, April 2014
O’Leary, John and Khoo, T.G; (2013); ‘Changing the World: Sport, Racism and Law in South Africa and Malaysia’, University of York, March 2013
Khoo, T.G; (2012); ‘The Snail Case: 80 years of Donoghue v Stevenson’, University of West of Scotland, May 2012
Khoo, T.G; (2011); ‘Trial and Tribulation of PhD journey’, ALSS event, Anglia Ruskin University, April 2011