Invited Lectures (in EN or FR)

Courses 

Since 2011:

Visiting Professor, \"European Environmental Law and Policy\", Legal Studies Department, College of Europe Bruges. 

2010- 2011, Visiting lecturer on \"EU Environmental Law: Special Focus on Climate and Water\", SciencePo, University of Lille.

2007-2009, Visitinglecturer in the Summer School on Environmental Law of the University of Montreal (various topics, English and French)

1999-2010, Visiting Lecturer (in French) at the College of Europe Bruges on “Sources et specificitées du droit communautaire”, Introductory Course for the law students.

Individual lectures

Numerous lectures and presentations on climate change policy and international environmental negotiations (in EN or FR) at the Universities of Maastricht, London, College of Europe Bruges, Montreal, Aarhus, Lille, Milano, VUB Brussels, etc.

June 2006, on \"International Environmental Negotiations and the EU\" in the 3rd UNEP/Joensuu course on International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

February 2005, on “The Convention on Biological Diversity and the TRIPs Agreement””in the Conference ‘Public Policy and WTO Law: Regulating  Globalisation’ organised by the UCL Leuven and the University of Liege.

June 2004, on “The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety and recent developments in the EU legislative framework on GMOs” for the European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA).

January 2000, on “The Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in the WTO”for the Trade and Environment Forum organised by the European Association of Businessmen, Brussels.

November 1998, (in French) on “Les relations entre l’Union européenne et l’Organisation mondial du commerce” for the “Centre des Etudes Européennes de Strasbourg”.

July 1998, on the Legal Remedies of the EC in the framework of the PHARE programme.

May 1998, on Competition Law and Policy of the EC in the framework of the PHARE programme.

July/September 1996, on Basic Principles of International Law and International Organisations in the framework of the PHARE programme.