Susan Leubuscher specialises in EU and international environmental issues and the wide-spectrum public policy effects of international investment agreements. She has taken an MSc (VUB, magna) in human ecology, an LLM (SOAS, merit) in environment and trade law and an MRes (Birkbeck, distinction) examining the legal status of IIAs.
She has worked for a number of years as a consultant to UNEP's Basel Convention secretariat, Denmark's Environmental Protection Agency and various NGOs on the implementation in national law of the Basel Convention and on hazardous waste classification systems. She has also worked for both NGOs and the European Commission as a policy advisor on other environment-related issues including GMOs, water, ozone depletion, misleading environmental advertising, comitology and voluntary agreements.
She is the translator of Nicolas de Sadeleer's book on environmental principles in law and is a retired English lawyer-linguist at the European Court of Justice.