Julien Chaisse

Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong

Dr. Julien Chaisse is Professor at the City University of Hong Kong, School of Law. He is an award-winning scholar of international law with a focus on the regulation and development of economic globalization. His teaching and research include international trade/investment law, international taxation, international arbitration, and Internet law. Dr. Chaisse has over fifteen years teaching experience at universities mainly in Hong Kong, U.S., and Europe. Dr. Chaisse served as a senior fellow at the World Trade Institute (Switzerland), and as a diplomat for the Embassy of France in New Delhi (India). Dr. Chaisse has published numerous well-regarded and widely cited books and articles and his scholarship has been cited with approval by international courts/tribunals, and U.S. Courts. He has constantly set up forward-looking interdisciplinary projects such as the series of “Asia FDI Forum,” one of the most prominent conferences on foreign investment law and economics in Asia-Pacific. His work has also attracted substantial research funding, including the Jean Monnet Network’s “The European Union at the Crossroads of Global Order” (EUCROSS), one of the biggest interdisciplinary research project for the EU. As a leading scholar in the field of international economic law, Dr. Chaisse sits on the editorial board of several high-impact international journals. Dr. Chaisse is also an experienced arbitrator and a sought-after consultant to international organizations, governments, multinational law firms, and private investors. Dr. Chaisse is also an active member of the World Economic Forum (Global Future Council on International Trade and Investment and Tax and Globalization Working Group). Dr. Chaisse is an advisor & partner to the United Nations ARTNET on FDI, member of the Academic Forum on ISDS, and Advisory board member of the Asian Academy of International Law (AAIL).