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Law educator

Joseph H.H. Weiler, law educator. Named honorary professor, University College, London, department political science University Copenhagen. Fellow: American Academy Arts & Sciences.

Background

Weiler, Joseph H.H. was born in 1951.

Education

Bachelor, Sussex University, 1976. Diploma in international law, The Hague Academy International Law, 1978. Bachelor of Laws, Cambridge University, 1977.

Master of Laws, Cambridge University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Florence European University Institute, 1982.

Career

Member department law European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 1978—1985, co-founder Academy European Law Italy, since 1989. Director European Policy Institute, Italy, 1984—1985. Professor law University Michigan Law School, 1985—1992.

Manley Hudson professor Harvard Law School, 1992—2001, Jean Monnet chair, 1995—2001. Joseph Straus professor law New York University School Law, since 2001, European Union Jean Monnet chaired professor, since 2001, chair, faculty director Hauser Global Law School Program, since 2002, director Jean Monnet Center International and Regional Economic Law and Justice. Also professor College Europe, Bruges, Belgium, Natolin, Poland.

Co-director Academy International Trade, Macao, China.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Founding editor: European Journal International Law, European Law Journal, World Trade Review. Co-editor: The European Court and National Courts: Doctrine and Jurisprudence, 1998. Author: The Constitution of Europe: "Do the New Clothes Have an Emperor?" and Other Essays on European Integration, 1999, The European Union, The World Trade Organization, and the North American Free Trade Agreement: Towards a Common Law of International Trade?, 2000.

Membership

Fellow: American Academy Arts & Sciences.