About the Author
Dr. Isabelle Van Damme is the Turpin-Lipstein Fellow and a College Lecturer in Law at Clare College, Cambridge. Isabelle studied law at the University of Cambridge (Ph.D.), Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M.) and the University of Gent (Cand. Iur., Lic. Iur). She has been a Visiting Fellow at the Graduate Institute, Center for Trade and Economic Integration, Geneva; a Global Law Fellow at Columbia Law School, New York; and a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University Law Center and the Institute of International Economic Law, Washington, DC. She was previously a legal intern at the WTO Appellate Body and a Legal Liaison Officer at the Secretariat of the International Law Commission. Dr. Van Damme teaches Public International Law, WTO Law, International Intellectual Property Law and European Union Law. Her research interests include WTO Law, Public International Law, European Union Law and International Institutional Law.