Dr. Julien Chaisse is Professor of Law at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He is an award-winning specialist in international economic law with particular expertise in the regulation and economics of foreign investment. His research also covers other relevant fields, such as WTO law, international taxation and the law of natural resources. Before joining the CUHK Law Faculty in 2009, Prof. Chaisse served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France, and started his academic career in Europe.In addition to scholarly work, Prof. Chaisse has wide experience as a practitioner, and is engaged as expert, counsel and arbitrator in transnational dispute settlement. Apart from his frequently being interviewed by local and international media on current events and legal issues, Prof. Chaisse is also regularly invited to provide legal advice and training courses on cutting-edge issues of international economic law for international organizations, governments, multinational law firms and private investors, including Ernst & Young, Deloitte U.S., Maxwell Stamp, the United Nations ESCAP and ITC, World Trade Organization, ASEAN Secretariat, European Commission, Asian Development Bank, numbers of European countries and ASEAN member states. Professor Chaisse was recently appointed a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Councils Network (Trade and Investment) for the term 2016-2018 which is the worlds foremost interdisciplinary knowledge network dedicated to promoting innovative thinking on critical global issues, regions and industries, and incubating projects, campaigns and events for the public good.
- Ph.D. in Law, University of Aix-Marseille, France (1st class)
- LL.M. European Law, University of Rennes, France (1st class)
- M. Phil. International Law, University of Tübingen, Germany (1st class)
- LL.B. University of Aix-Marseille, France (1st class)
TDM special issue on the "China's One Belt, One Road: Economic Changes, Power Shifts and Prospects / Consequences for the World or Arbitration"
TDM Special issue currently in preparation by Elizabeth Whitsitt, Devin Bray, Julien Chaisse, Tomoko Ishikawa, Joongi Kim, Stephanie Mullen, Donald Robertson and Frédéric Sourgens:
TDM special issue on the "Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)" (currently on hold)