Julia Motte-Baumvol is an Associate Professor at the University of Paris, where she teaches and researches in Public International Law and International Economic Law. Ms Motte-Baumvol has been working with the law-making of international organizations and legal systems theory since her PhD at the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris 1, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Geneva. Since then, she has broadened her research work to focus on normative issues related to sustainable development goals and the work of international organizations (WTO, WHO, OECD, UNESCO and EU). She now focuses her work on the relationship between poverty, sustainability and international law, as a Visiting researcher at the Institute for European and Comparative Law (Oxford University). She has significant experience in managing projects, coordinating a team, organizing conferences and publications.
Université de Paris, Centre Maurice Hauriou