Dr. Nilubol Lertnuwat

Dr. Nilubol Lertnuwat

Associate Professor


  • Director of the Legal Training and Counseling Center
  • Lecturer at the Center for Commercial and Business Law


  • Bachelor of Laws (2nd Class Honors) Thammasat University
  • Thai Barrister at Law Legal Training Center of the Thai Bar Association
  • LL.M. Melbourne University
  • Ph.D. Victoria University


Field of interest:

  • Principles of corporate governance
  • Duties of directors
  • Securities law
  • Law on debt repayment insurance
  • comparative law

Course Taught:

  • Business organization law
  • Laws regarding credit and debt insurance
  • Laws regarding securities and stock exchange 

Academic work

  • “Guarantee Law” (2020)
  • “General knowledge about public limited company law” (2017)
  • “Legal problems regarding holding shareholder meetings in limited companies” Journal of Law (2017) Vol. 46, No. 3, 664
  • “Providing protection to investors in fundraising by offering shares in return” Journal of Law (2016) Vol. 45, No. 3, 775
  • “The application of floating debt insurance (floaing charge) in the Thai legal system” Journal of Law (2015) Vol. 46, Issue 3, 669
  • “Ownership and control of companies in East Asian countries” in Sixty Years of Teacher Suda, a collection of academic articles. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Associate Professor Suda Wisarutpit (2015) 151
  • 'The Understanding of Thai Private Company Law' (2014 Thailand Volume)  China-ASEAN Law Review 281-294
  • “Benefit Corporation: Possibility of application in Thailand” Journal of Law (2015) Vol. 44, No. 1, 215
  • “Rights of shareholders in proposing agenda items to shareholder meetings in listed companies: A comparative study of Thai and United States laws” Journal of Law (2013) Vol. 42, Issue 4, 1008.
  • “Diversity of the Company's Board of Directors: Female Directors” in “True the Perseverance”, a collection of academic articles. On the occasion of 60 years of Professor Wiriya Namsiripongphan (2013) 323
  • 'The duties of directors and controlling shareholders in Thai listed companies' (2011) 26 Aust Jnl of Corp Law 165.
  • 'Legal Framework for Promoting Minority Shareholders' Protection in Thailand: Lessons from Australian Experiences' (Paper presented at Academic Seminar for Legal Education Development Project organized by Commission on Higher Education and Office of Justice Affairs, Bangkok, Thailand, 30 April 2008)