Our Adjunct and Visiting Faculty
In addition to the Institute’s faculty and professional staff, nearly a dozen additional accomplished visiting researchers, including adjunct and visiting professors, bring invaluable real-world experience and leading scholarship on international economic law into the classroom, offering students an inside and cutting-edge look into international economic policy-making.
Professor Gadbaw’s career covers over four decades in Washington as an international economic lawyer. He is currently dedicated to research and teaching international economic law, including the interaction of international trade, monetary, financial, investment, competition, tax and anticorruption.
Professor Gorfine is an experienced regulatory, public policy, strategic communications, and business executive. He has substantial in-house, government, and think tank experience across the technology and financial markets & services sectors.
Professor Hagan has published extensively on both the law of the IMF and a broad range of issues relating to the prevention and resolution of financial crisis, with a particular emphasis on insolvency and the restructuring of debt, including sovereign debt.
Professor Kuhlmann's work focuses on the intersection between law and development, international economic law, trade and development, regional trade models, agricultural regulation and food security, comparative law, and international legal and regulatory reform.
Professor Pauwelyn specializes in international economic law, in particular the law of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and Foreign Investment Law. He also advises governments and non-state actors in WTO dispute settlement and investor-state arbitration.