Liz is an Assistant Professor of International Law at the University of Calgary where she teaches an introductory course on public international law as well as courses in international economic law. This past fall (2017) she obtained her PhD. The focus of her doctoral work is on the relationship between the international trade and international investment law regimes and more particularly the role that adjudicators in both systems play in defining the relationship between these branches of international economic law. Liz has also published a number of articles and book chapters on various topics in international economic law. A list of those publications is available online: www.law.ucalgary.ca/faculty/publications-whitsitt
Liz is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, American Society of International Law, European Society of International Law and the Canadian Council on International Law.
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