Dr Lorand Bartels is a Reader in International Law in the Faculty of Law and a Fellow of Trinity Hall at the University of Cambridge, where he teaches international law, WTO law and EU law. He holds degrees in English literature and law from the University of New South Wales and a PhD in law from the European University Institute. Before joining Cambridge, Dr Bartels was a Lecturer in International Economic Law at the University of Edinburgh. He has taught at several other universities, as well as the Academy of European Law (EUI) and the IELPO (Barcelona) and WTI (Bern) masters programs on trade law. In 2007 he was an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow and an AHRC Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for International Law in Heidelberg. Dr Bartels is a member of the ILA's study group on free trade agreements and of the Executive Council of the Society of International Economic Law, which he helped to establish. He is a general editor of the Cambridge International Trade and Economic Law Series (CUP), an associate editor of the Journal of World Trade (Kluwer) and an editorial board member of several journals, including the Journal of International Economic Law (OUP), the Journal of International Dispute Settlement (OUP) and Legal Issues of Economic Integration (Kluwer). Dr Bartels has acted as expert consultant to a number of countries, NGOs and international organizations and he is a standing member of the advisory panel of the UK Department for International Development's Trade Advocacy Fund for developing countries and of an advisory panel on trade policy for the Commonwealth Secretariat.
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