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The University of Southampton
Institute of Maritime Law

Professor Emily Reid

Professor Emily Reid
Professor Emily Reid

Professor of International Economic Law and Sustainable Development

Background

Emily Reid undertook her LLB at the University of Edinburgh before completing an LLM in International and European Legal Studies at the University of Durham.  Following a period as Research Assistant in the Durham European Law Institute, Emily undertook her doctoral research at the University of Southampton, supervised by Takis Tridimas.  Emily has taught predominantly EU Law, Public Law, WTO Law, and Globalisation and Law at the Universities of Sussex and Southampton.  She has also been Associate Dean, Education and Student Experience, University of Southampton, from 2015-18

Research interests

Emily's primary research interest lies in International Economic Law and Sustainable Development.  Her monograph, Balancing Human Rights, Environmental Protection and International Trade: Lessons from the European Union was originally published by Hart in January 2015, and in paperback in January 2017.  Having published significantly in EU and international economic law, with a growing focus upon the trade/environment/climate change interface, Emily’s current work is centred upon a long term project, Governance and Regulation in a Globalised Context.

Contact details

Southampton Law School, Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK

Room Number: 4/3025

 

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