The Centre of Comparative, European and International Law (CDCEI) at the University of Lausanne is happy to welcome Mrs Nguyen Thi Lan Huong from its academic partner Ho Chi Minh City University of Law in Vietnam as a visiting researcher

The Centre of Comparative, European and International Law (CDCEI) at the University of Lausanne is happy to welcome Mrs Nguyen Thi Lan Huong from its academic partner Ho Chi Minh City University of Law in Vietnam as a visiting researcher

Mrs. Nguyen Thi Lan Huong is the Deputy Head of Department of International Trade Law, International Law Faculty, Ho chi Minh city University of Law (HCMUL). She received a Master’s degree in law from Nagoya University, Japan in 2012 within the framework of  human resources development scholarship funded by the Japanese government. She is currently a PhD Candidate at UNIL. Her dissertation relates to international investment law and sustainable development.

Huong teaches and researches in the area of international trade law, international sales contract, WTO law, international investment law with a particular focus on the balance between trade and environment. Huong’s most recent books is “Investor-State dispute settlement: legal issues and practice in the context of intergartion”, 2018 (Co-editor and Co-author). She is a co-author of several chapters in the Text book on International Trade Law Part I and Part II, HCMUL. She is also a co-author of the book “Understanding WTO Law through a number of cases on subsidies” (Editor: Dr. Tran Thi Thuy Duong).

Find out more about visiting scholars at our centre: https://www.unil.ch/dip/en/home/menuinst/recherche/andreas-r-ziegler/visiting-fellows.html

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