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Dr Marie-Claire Cordonnier Segger

Dr Marie-Claire Cordonnier  Segger

Centre Fellow


Dr Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, DPhil (Oxon) MEM (Yale) BCL and LLB (McGill), is a senior director, expert jurist and international professor of law and governance on sustainable development. She has published over 20 books and 80 papers, edits a series of volumes for Cambridge University Press on implementing treaties on sustainable development, and serves on the editorial boards of several law journals. She currently chairs several international experts commissions, lectures on international law and sustainable development, serves as senior director of an international legal education and research charity, and advises several inter-governmental organizations on legal elements of climate change, biodiversity, natural resources governance and trade and investment.

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