Gar Yein started work as a Lecturer in Law at the University of Buckingham, School of Law, on September 1 2017. Prior to that, she was a Lecturer in Law Nottingham Trent University Law School, where she taught contract law, EU law and legal method.

Previously, she was an Independent Researcher in the field of Judicial Studies, with particular focus on court and justice management, public law, and procedural law particularly at the intersection between law and technology, from a comparative perspective. 

Gar Yein has worked on projects for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and the Council of Europe, European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ). 

From November 2014-May 2015, Gar Yein was an Associate Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, School of Law, conducting two systematic literature reviews: constitutional pluralism and precedent setting by the CJEU. She worked on an ERC funded project: Law and Language at the European Court of Justice, headed by Karen McAuliffe.

Gar Yein's most recent publications cover issues of cross-border procedures and the application of online solutions, the training of judges and the role of judges vis-a-vis the legislator from a comparative perspective.

Gar Yein has held academic posts at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Universities of Maastricht and Utrecht in the Netherlands, and the University of Passau, Germany. She has taught broadly comparative law in the fields of constitutional law and human rights, and has taught a range of English law subjects, and French constitutional law.

Gar Yein has also been a visiting researcher at University of Oslo, MultiRights project (now PluriCourts), University College London, Institute for Social sciences of Politics, Cachan, France, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, and IRSIG-CNR, Bologna, Italy.

Educated at the Universities of Central England (now Birmingham City), and Maastricht. She holds an LLB (hons) in English law, LLM in International and Comparative law from the University of Maastricht, and a PhD Quality of Judicial Organisation and Checks and Balances from University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.