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Joanne Scott   JOANNE SCOTT
Professor of European Law

contact details:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 1408 | internal: x21408
Email: joanne.scott@ucl.ac.uk

Profile
Joanne Scott was appointed as Professor of European Law in 2005, having previously been a Reader in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. Her main areas of expertise are European Union Law and WTO Law. She has published extensively on law and new modes of governance, environmental law and policy and on the intersections between different sub-national, national and international legal orders.

She was recently awarded a Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship for her research on the global reach of EU climate change law (2012-2014). She was a member of the UCL/Lancet Commission on Managing the Health Effects of Climate Change and of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution (2009-2011). Joanne was awarded a grant of £168.693 in 2013 as part of an inter-disciplinary team investigating the climate change dimensions of shipping (see: https://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/energy/news/shipping-changing-climates).

She has been a Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School and Harvard Law School and was a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2012 and as a Fellow of the British Academy in 2013.

Joanne is a member of the editorial boards of: International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Journal of Environmental Law, Journal of International Economic Law and Transnational Environmental Law.

Download Joanne's CV here.

Recent Publications

[For a full list see: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/research/publication/index?upi=JSCOT26]

Current Teaching
Undergraduate
Joanne Scott contributes to the undergraduate EU Law course.

Graduate
Joanne Scott contributes to postgraduate courses on EU Environmental Law and WTO Law.

PhD Supervision
Joanne Scott’s PhD students have written on diverse topics including new modes of governance in the EU, the international aspects of EU food safety regulation, the precautionary principle, regime interaction in international fisheries governance and EU regulation of genetically modified organisms. Joanne welcomes approaches from potential students, particularly in the area of European/transnational environmental law and governance, including climate change.

page updated on 10 February, 2014