Formerly, Kaso completed the Master of Law in LLM International Commercial and Business Law at University of East Anglia and his undergraduate studies were in Law BA at University of London. Around Six years prior to his doctoral studies, he worked in private and public legal sectors as a Paralegal-Childcare Law, Paralegal Insurance Law and dealt with many types of EU and UK GDPR work, legal inquiry, subject access request, freedom of information. Additionally, Kaso got skills in different paralegal jobs with private law firms involved in Employment law, International Banking Law and Practice and International Project Finance.
He successfully completed two full time courses of Private International Law and Private International Commercial Law at University of Stirling. As a PhD researcher at University of Stirling, his research area primarily focuses on analysis of harmonisation efforts in the field of party autonomy in insurance contracts by the Brussels Ia Regulation, Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, Hague Judgments Convention, and Lugano Convention.