Visiting Associate Professor of Law
B.A. Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (France); M.A. Université Paris 10 (Honors) (France); J.D. University of Michigan; Ph.D Cambridge University (UK)
Sonia E. Rolland serves as a Visiting Professor during the Spring 2014. She is an Associate Professor at Northeastern University School of Law (Boston) where...Continue Reading
Sonia E. Rolland serves as a Visiting Professor during the Spring 2014. She is an Associate Professor at Northeastern University School of Law (Boston) where she teaches international law and international economic law (public and private). Her book Development at the WTO (Oxford University Press, hardbound 2012, paperback 2013) explores the legal framework for development at the WTO, combining an examination of substantive law and institutional perspectives. Professor Rolland's research examines the intersection of different legal regimes to improve the understanding multi-layered international and transnational legal orders. Her research interests include public international law, international trade law, environmental law and energy regulation.
Professor Rolland publishes widely in French and in English. Her work has appeared in the Journal of International Economic Law, Harvard International Law Journal, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Global Community Yearbook and the European Journal of International Law amongst others. She clerked for H.E. Gilbert Guillaume and H.E. Ronny Abraham at the International Court of Justice.
Rolland currently serves as Vice Chair of the International Economic Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law.