Joanne Scott is Professor of European Law and Director of the Centre for Law and Governance in Europe at the University College, London. She taught previously at the University of Cambridge and Clare College, Cambridge and is a regular visiting professor at Columbia Law School, and is visiting at Harvard Law School during 2005/06.
Scott's main areas of research are in EU Law, WTO Law, and the interface between the two. She is particularly interested in law and new approaches to governance, with a specific interest in environment and public health. Her recent publications include: 'Law and New Approaches to Governance in the EU and US' (co-editor with with Grainne de Burca) (Hart Publishing, forthcoming, 2005); ‘International Trade and Environmental Governance: Relating Rules (and Standards) in the EU and the WTO’ (2004) 15 European Journal of International Law 307-354; ‘European Regulation of GMOs: Thinking about Judicial Review in the WTO’ Holder and Freeman (eds.), Current Legal Problems (Oxford University Press, 2005); ‘Mind the Gap: Law and New Approaches to Governance in the European Union’ (2002) European Law Journal 1-18 (with David Trubek).