Gregory Messenger


Dr. Messenger joined Liverpool Law School as a Lecturer in 2015. He was previously Junior Research Fellow in Law at the Queen's College, Oxford where he also completed his BCL and DPhil degrees. He has taught public international law, world trade law and international investment law at the Universities of Oxford and Durham as well as introductory courses in English law at the University of Granada. Greg's research examines conceptual issues arising from the development and application of international economic law. His research interests are principally in world trade law, the regulation of commodities, and theoretical approaches to international law broadly conceived.

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Protecting the Environment at the World Trade Organization: the Eventual ‘Greening’ of Trade?

This post is the result of work conducted for the ILA Committee on Sustainable Development and the Green Economy in International Trade Law. In a recent post, Diane Desierto discussed the Port State Measures Agreement (‘PSMA’) and its role in attempting to combat illegal, unregulated, and unreported (‘IUU’) fishing. Aside from the numerous interesting aspects of the…

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