- International Economic Law
- Trade and Sustainability
Accepting applications from PhD students.
Professor of International Economic Law and Sustainable Development, Southampton Law School, University of Southampton
LLB (Hons) (Edin); DipLP; LLM International and European Legal Studies (Dunelm); M. Jur. (Dunelm); Ph.D (Soton); PGCAP (Soton); HEA Fellow
Emily completed her LLB at the University of Edinburgh followed by an LLM in International and European Legal Studies at the University of Durham. After a period as Research Assistant in the Durham European Law Institute, Emily was awarded a Faculty Studentship to undertake doctoral research at the University of Southampton. She subsequently spent three years as a Lecturer in EU Law at the University of Sussex, before returning to the University of Southampton. Emily was promoted to Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in 2012 and to Chair in 2017.
Over her career Emily has taught predominantly EU Law, Public Law, WTO Law, and Globalisation and Law at the Universities of Sussex and Southampton.
Emily was Associate Dean, Education and Student Experience, Faculty of Business, Law and Art from 2015-18 and Head of Southampton Law School (Interim) October 2020-January 2021. She is currently Director of the Centre for International Law and Globalisation.
In September 2022, Emily was appointed Chair of the UK Trade and Sustainable Development, Domestic Advisory Group, on which she sits as a representative of the Trade and Public Policy (TaPP) Network. The TSD Domestic Advisory Group is an independent government advisory group appointed to support the implementation of the sustainable development, labour and environmental chapters of the UK's agreements with non-EU states.