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Bushra Quasmi is an assistant professor of law at Damodaram Sanjivyya National Law University, Visakhapatnam. Her areas of interest are environmental law, trade law and human rights law. She is an avid reader, cinema enthusiast and identifies as a feminist.
Haslinda Mohd Anuar have been teaching law subjects since 1999. She did her LLM in Public Law and the dissertation was on International Environmental Law. She pursued her Phd in Environmental Law & focus on Environmental rights: Public participation under EIA. Haslinda's other interest areas of study are Constitutional Law & Administrative Law.
Dr. Aneesh V. Pillai is an Assistant Professor in School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India. He has been awarded Ph. D from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala and has also qualified State Eligibility Test (Law) conducted by Chhattisgarh.
- Pham Thanh Nga, 2016, Some problems are emerging in Vietnam in the context of international integration, Economic and Development Magazine, National Economics University, Vietnam
- Pham Thanh Nga , 2016, Join in CISG 1980 and Its impaction on Vietnam, Law and Development Journal, Vietnam
- Pham Thanh Nga , Legal issues related to award of PCA to dispute settlement among states: Case of China and Philippines, 2016, Magazine of International Study – Diploma Academy
- Pham Thanh Nga, 2017, The impactions
Dr. Hoang Ly Anh is a law lecturer at Hanoi Law University (HLU) and also a visiting law lecturer at other Universities. She is also a Deputy Head of Office for Research Management and Journal Administration of HLU.
Bùi Đức Hiển has taught Environmental Law, Environment and Sustainable Development, and Environment and Human Beings, in Viet Nam for more than 10 years. He is currently focused on Vietnamese law and policy to address climate change and legal mechanisms to ensure the right to a good environment in the country.
The following are his works under Environmental Law and Policy:
Professor Gonzalez teaches torts, environmental law fundamentals, international environmental law, and international trade law. She has published widely in the areas of international environmental law, environmental justice, trade and the environment, and food security.
Tracy Bach is a Professor of Law at the Vermont Law School (VLS) who teaches and publishes on climate change, international environmental law and human rights, health care and environmental health law, and legal method and pedagogy. She received her B.A. from Yale University and her J.D. and M.A in public affairs from the University of Minnesota, after which she clerked for the Honorable Harriet Lansing of the Minnesota Court of Appeals.