Bren School Program on Governance for Sustainable Development
is a public interest international lawyer and policy expert working on issues of international economic law, environmental law and sustainable development. He serves as European Director of the Institute for Governance & Sustainable Development, Senior Economic Law Advisor to the Secretariat of the Basel Convention, Managing Director of the Program on Governance for Sustainable Development at the Bren School at the University of California, and Co-Director of the Program on Global Policy and Governance, a joint initiative of the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Duke University. He previously served as a Managing Attorney at the Center for International Environmental Law, legal advisor to UNEP and the World Bank?s World Development Report in 2003, a Special Fellow at the UN Institute for Training and Research, and a Fleishman Fellow in Civil Society at Duke University?s Terry Sanford Institute. He received a Masters Degree in Law from Columbia University, graduating as James Kent Scholar and receiving the Alfred A. Forsyth Prize, and a Bachelor of Laws (with Honors) and Economics from the University of Tasmania. Mr. Stilwell?s interests include the concerns of civil society and developing countries in the multilateral trading system, the relationship between international economic law and other fields of law and policy, and issues of governance for sustainable development.
Focus: Environment, Governance, Trade,
concerns of Southern countries in the multilateral trading system, the relationship between international economic law and other fields of law and policy, and issues of governance for sustainable development
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2006