Professor Dr. Martin Nettesheim is Professor of Law at the University of Tübingen Law School since 2000. He is chaired Professor for German Public Law, Public European Community Law, International Law and International Political Theory and was Director of the Tuebingen University Center for International Economic Law (TURCIEL).  He studied law at the Universities of…

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LLM (Soochow) LLM (Groningen) PhD (Birmingham) PGCHET (Queen’s) Qingxiu joined Faculty of Law, McGill University on 1 January 2019 as Li Kashing Professor. Having previously been a lecturer in law at Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University (2007-08), He also taught at School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast (2008-13), during which he was in charge of…

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Professor Terhechte studied law and philosophy at the University of Bielefed. After the first state exam in law (2000) he obtained his Dr. iur. (summa cum laude) in 2003. During his legal clerkship he worked at, among others, the German Federal Competition Authority, Coudert Brothers LLP (Trade & Competition Group) in Brussels and the U.S.…

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Marek specializes in international arbitration, particularly investment and commercial arbitration. At KZP, he is responsible for the arbitration practice and the resolution of complex business disputes. Marek has given lectures on International Economic Law, International Investment Law and EU Economic Law at Polish and foreign universities. He is the author of the leading Polish monograph…

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Jonas Hallberg is a legal adviser as well as policy adviser at Swedish National Board of Trade. He works primarily with international investment law and the intersection between investment law and EU law. He works closely with the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs in all matters concerning international investment treaties as well as the negotiations…

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Szymon Pawłowski is a Deputy Head of the Institute of International Law, European Union Law and International Relations and Associate Professor at the Chair of Diplomatic Law and Public Diplomacy at the Law Faculty of University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski. He teaches and researches in the areas of international public law, constitutional law esp. european…

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Sylvia Baule is deputy Head of Unit in the investment Unit of DG Trade, European Commission. She joined the investment Unit in July 2017 and is, inter alia, leading the team responsible for the proposal on a framework for screening of FDI into the EU. In her previous job assignments, she was a legal officer…

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Swiss lawyer (Rechtsanwältin lic. Iur., M.B.L.-HSG). Admission to the bar. 1990 – 1997 studies of law at the universities of Berne (CH), Lausanne (CH) and Nijmegen (NL). 2008 Executive Master of European and International Business Law (University of St. Gallen). Between 1998 and 2004 Consultant/Legal Counsel at PwC in Berne, Zurich and London handling litigation…

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Dr Sattorova’s research primarily focuses on international economic law broadly defined. Her most recent work examines the impact of investment treaty law on national policy-making and governance. She works closely with international organisations and government agencies involved in the design and reform of international investment treaties and national investment policies. Dr Sattorova has published extensively…

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Joanna Warchol is legal and political adviser at the Committee on International Trade (INTA) at the European Parliament since 2010. She has been responsible for legislative acts on investment protections, the EU – WTO  or OECD relations, better law making as well as proceedings on the conclusion of international free trade agreements aligning to the…

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Prof. Dr. Michael Fehling, LL.M. (Berkeley) is Professor at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, where he has held the Chair of Public Law and Comparative Law since 2001. From 2009 – 2010 he served as Vice President of the Bucerius Law School. Previously he taught Public Law at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau. His…

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Age Bakker (1950) is Extraordinary Councilor at the Council of State of the Netherlands and Emeritus Professor of Financial Markets and Institutions at VU University Amsterdam. After graduating in economics from VU University Amsterdam in 1976 he joined the  Nederlandsche Bank, the Dutch central bank. After a two-year secondment at the International Monetary Fund (1979-81)…

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Vladimir is the Head of International Trade Group of Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & partners, the largest Russian national law firm, with its headquarters in Moscow. Vladimir represents clients in complex international arbitration and litigation disputes and advises on international trade law, WTO law, investment protection, investment arbitration as well as public international law. He is…

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Paolo Vargiu is a Lecturer in International Law at the University of Leicester (UK). He holds a JD from the University of Cagliari, an LLM and a PhD from the University of Nottingham and a PGCHE from the University of Leicester. Paolo Vargiu has been admitted to the Italian Bar and is regularly consulted on…

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Stefan Korte (*1975 in Walsrode, Germany) is a professor of law at the University of Technology in Chemnitz. He holds a Chair in German Public Law at the faculty of economics since 2015. Korte is married and has got four children. Korte studied law at the University of Göttingen and was supported with a scholarship…

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Jukka Snell is Professor of European Law at University of Turku, Finland. He serves as an editor of European Law Review and chairs the Law panel for JuFo, which is a project set up by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies to evaluate research quality. He has written widely on EU constitutional and economic law.

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Dr. Henning Berger is a partner of international law firm White & Case LLP in Berlin. Henning is a member of the firm`s international financial advisory group and heads their German financial regulatory practice. A focus of Henning`s practice is on European and cross-border issues of banking and insurance supervision, including the supervision by the…

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Tomoko Ishikawa is Associate Professor at Nagoya University in Japan. She is a member of the ICSID Panel of Conciliators, appointed by the Chairman of the ICSID Administrative Council, a member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Energy Charter Treaty and a member of Investment Treaty Forum of the British Institute of International and…

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Per Cramér is full Professor of International Law and holds the Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration Law at the School of Business Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg. Since 2010 he is Dean for the School of Business, Economics and Law. Ongoing research projects by professor Cramér focus on the legal effects…

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Thomas Papadopoulos is a Lecturer in Business Law at the Department of Law of the University of Cyprus. He received a degree of DPhil in Law (2010), a degree of MPhil in Law (2007) and a degree of Magister Juris-MJur (2006) from the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, UK. He also received his LLB…

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Carolina Dackö is a Partner in Mannheimer Swartling’s practice group Corporate Sustainability & Risk Management. She has 10 years of experience from working in Brussels, and 7 years in Sweden at international and Swedish law firms, and specializes in international trade law, import and export law, export control and sanctions law, customs law, trade defence…

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Helle Krunke is Professor of Constitutional Law and Head of PhD School at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. She is First Vice President of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL). Her research covers (Comparative) Constitutional Law and EU Constitutional Law including the interplay between EU law and national law, trends of direct…

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Erich Vranes is professor of European Law, International Law, Public Law and International Economic Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna). He also takes a keen interest in legal theory and methodology. Erich Vranes has studied law at the Universities of Graz, Lausanne and Geneva, specialising in EU and international economic…

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Bugge Thorbjørn Daniel is Associate Professor in International Law at University of Southern Denmark and is currently leader of the research Group on EU Law and International Law. Bugge holds a Ph.D. in WTO law from University of Copenhagen. In 2018 he ended a 8 year membership of the board of the Danish Institute for…

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Greta Lichtenbaum focuses her practice on compliance with US laws that govern international business transactions and trade. Greta represents and advises clients in matters related to US economic sanctions, export controls, anti-corruption (the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or “FCPA”), money laundering, antiboycott, foreign investment, and customs laws. In addition to advising clients on the application…

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