EU & International Law
EU & Comparative European Law. International Law. Environmental Law. Human Rights.
Christine Nikander was trained as a public lawyer at Leiden University and Edinburgh University Law School. She has an LL.M. in Global Environment and Climate Change Law. Her academic specializations lay in environmental law, human rights, public international law, EU regulatory law, as well as more broadly in EU and comparative European law.
In the past, Christine has conducted extensive research on human environmental rights, on the environmental liability of corporate entities, on the international law applicable to the transboundary movement of electronic waste, on circular economy policy and law, as well as on corporate social responsibility under the law. Christine enjoys combining her training in public law and her work experience in corporate law in her research. Christine's background provides her with a unique and well-rounded perspective when conducting research on legal questions revolving around the environment, human rights and other public interests.
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