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(p. xiii) List of Contributors

(p. xiii) List of Contributors

Jeffery Atik, Professor of Law and Sayre Macneil Fellow, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, USA.



Lorand Bartels, University Lecturer in International Law and Fellow of Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge.



Daniel Bethlehem, Legal Adviser to the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office in succession to Sir Michael Wood. Prior to taking up this position, he was Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, and Queens Counsel practising at 20 Essex Street Chambers, London. Mr Bethlehem has acted in a wide variety of matters across the full range of international law. He has appeared before the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the European Court of Justice, the World Trade Organization, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, the European Court of Human Rights, and the House of Lords. He was a panelist on the WTO indicative list of panelists and an Arbitrator of the Court of Arbitration for Sport. He is the author and editor of a number of books and articles.



Daniel Bodansky, Professor of Law and Emily and Ernest Woodruff Chair of International Law, University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia, USA. Professor Bodansky has written extensively on international environmental law generally, and climate change in particular. He served as the US Department of State's Climate Change Coordinator from 1999–2001, co-edited (with Jutta Brunnée and Ellen Hey) the Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law, and is on the Editorial Board of the American Journal of International Law.



Jan Bohanes, Associate Sidley Austin LLP (Geneva), formerly Legal Counsellor Appellate Body Secretariat (2002–2006). Mr Bohanes' practice focuses on WTO law, in particular WTO dispute settlement.



Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Professor of International Law and Head of the Department of Public International Law and International Organization at the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva, Switzerland. She is a member of the WTO indicative list of governmental and non-governmental panelists and a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Between 1995 and 1999, she was Senior Counsel with the Legal Department of the World Bank.



(p. xiv) Théo Boutruche, PhD in Laws, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. Associate Human Rights Officer, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva.



William J Davey, Guy Raymond Jones Chair in Law, University of Illinois College of Law. Former Director of the WTO's Legal Affairs Division from 1995–1999.



Piet Eeckhout, Professor of European Law and Director, Centre of European Law, King's College London. Associate academic member, Matrix Chambers, London.



Craig Forcese, Associate Professor, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.



David A Gantz, Samuel M. Fegtly Professor of Law and Director, International Trade and Business Law Program, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law.



Valerie Hughes, Department of Justice, Government of Canada, formerly Director WTO Appellate Body Secretariat.



John H Jackson, University Professor of Law, Director of the Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown Law Center, Washington, D.C.; Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Economic Law. Professor Jackson also holds the title Hessel Yntema Zmeritus. Professor of Law at the University of Michigan and was recently awarded the Manley O. Hudson award (highest honour of the American Society of International Law). He has received an honorary doctorate award from Hamburg University and the European Institute.



Pieter-Jan Kuijper, Professor in the Law of International Organizations, University of Amsterdam. Former Director (1999–2002) of the Legal Affairs Division of the WTO Secretariat.



Andrew TF Lang, Lecturer in Law at the London School of Economics, teaching Public International Law with a specialty in International Economic Law, and formerly Gott Research Fellow in Law at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge. He is a co-founder, with Colin Picker, of the Society of International Economic Law and sits on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of International Economic Law and the Law and Development Review. He has recently joined the faculty of the World Trade Institute's Masters of International Law and Economics.



Jessica Lawrence, J.D. 2007, University of Georgia School of Law.



Nicolas Lockhart, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP (Geneva), formerly Legal Counsellor Appellate Body Secretariat (1998–2003) and legal advisor to Judge David Edward at the European Court of Justice from 1995–1998. Mr Lockhart's practice focuses on WTO law, in particular WTO dispute settlement and negotiations, and he appears frequently before panels and the Appellate Body.



(p. xv) Gabrielle Marceau, Legal Counsellor, Cabinet WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy, WTO Secretariat since 2005 after 11 years as Counsellor in WTO Legal Affairs Division advising panelists in WTO disputes. Ms Marceau is also Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva.



Mitsuo Matsushita, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University; Former WTO Appellate Body Member; Attorney-at-Law (Tokyo Bar).



Andrew D Mitchell, PhD (Cantab), LLM (Harv), Grad Dip Intl L (Melb), LLB (Hons) (Melb), BCom (Hons) (Melb). Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne; Member, WTO indicative list of governmental and non-govern-mental panelists; Fellow, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade & Finance, Bond University; Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia. Advisory Board Member, Melbourne Journal of International Law; Author of Legal Principles in WTO Disputes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008).



Donald McRae, Hyman Soloway Professor of Business and Trade Law, University of Ottawa. LLB, LLM (University of Otago), Dip Int Law (Cantab). Professor McRae has written widely on international law generally, the law of the sea and international trade law. He has been counsel in WTO disputes and has sat on dispute settlement panels under the Canada-US Free Trade, Agreement, NAFTA, the WTO, and ICSID. He is a member of the International Law Commission.



Rodney Neufeld, LLB (Ottawa), LLM (LSE), Legal Officer Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. He worked as a legal associate to Daniel Bethlehem in Cambridge, UK, and as an officer in the Legal Affairs Division of the WTO, prior to returning to Canada. With the Department of Justice and now with the Department of Foreign Affairs, he has represented Canada in WTO committees, in international dispute settlement, including UPS v Canada, and has provided legal advice on Canada's boundary disputes and on matters related to Arctic sovereignty. He has taught international law, including international economic law, at the Universities of Ottawa and Carleton.



Hunter Nottage, Counsel at the Advisory Centre on WTO Law; formerly with the Trade Directorate of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).



Marcos A Orellana, Director, Trade and Sustainable Development Program at the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL); Adjunct Professor at American University Washington College of Law. Prior to joining CIEL, Mr. Orellana was a Fellow at the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge, and Instructor Professor of Law at the Universidad de Talca, Chile.



Federico Ortino, Reader in International Economic Law, King's College, London.



(p. xvi) Joel P Trachtman, Professor of International Law, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.



Isabelle Van Damme, Turpin-Lipstein Fellow and College Lecturer, Clare College, University of Cambridge; Affiliated Lecturer, University of Cambridge.



Tania Voon, PhD (Cantab), LLM (Harv), Grad Dip Intl L (Melb), LLB (Hons) (Melb), BSc (Melb). Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne; Member, WTO indicative list of governmental and non-governmental panelists; Former Legal Officer, Appellate Body Secretariat, World Trade Organization; Fellow, Tim Fischer Centre for Global Trade & Finance, Bond University; Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia. Advisory Board Member, Melbourne Journal of International Law; Editorial Board Member, Indian Journal of International Economic Law; Author of Cultural Products and the World Trade Organization (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007).



Gilbert R Winham, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and currently Adjunct Professor of Law at Dalhousie University, Halifax. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Dr Winham served on the staffs of the Macdonald Royal Commission on the Economy and on a Parliamentary Committee reviewing the Special Import Measures Act. He has served on federal trade advisory committees and as a panelist on numerous dispute settlement cases under NAFTA and Canada's Agreement on Internal Trade. Dr Winham regularly conducts training in trade negotiations at the WTO for government officials coming from developing countries.



Joseph HH Weiler Joseph Weiler is Director of the Jean Monnet Centre for International and Regional Economic Law and Justice at NYU School of Law.



Alan Yanovich, Legal Counsellor at the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat.



Werner Zdouc, Director of the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat.