Seline Trevisanut is a Marie Curie Fellow and Assistant Professor in international law. She mainly works on her research project “The International Law of Offshore Construction: Cutting Through Fragmented Regimes Towards Better Governance”. The project carves out the international legal framework that regulates the life of offshore installations in order to provide useful legal tools to both private investors and policy makers.
Before joining Utrecht University, Seline conducted research and taught in many academic institutions including Columbia University, the European University Institute, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, and the Universities of Cagliari, Milan and Trento. She holds a law degree from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Maitrise en Droit) and a PhD in international law from the University of Milan. Her publications include a monograph on “Irregular Migration by Sea in International Law and EU Law” (in Italian) and several articles in international peer reviewed journals, especially on the law of the sea.
Research interests: public international law, law of the sea, environmental law, energy law, human rights law, investment law.
View my new edited volume ‘Foreign Investment, International Law and Common Concerns’: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415816052/