Prof. Julien Chaisse
Julien Chaisse is Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Faculty of Law. He is an award-winning scholar of international law with a special focus on the regulation and development of economic globalization.
Dr. Chaisse has published numerous well-regarded and widely-cited books and articles, such as “China's International Investment Strategy” “Oxford University Press (2018); " The State of Investor-State Arbitration," The International Lawyer (2018); "International Economic Law and Governance," Oxford University Press (2016); "Shareholder Protection Reloaded," Stanford Journal of International Law (2016); " Investor-State Arbitration in International Tax Dispute Resolution," Virginia Tax Review (2015); and "Promises and Pitfalls of the European Union Policy on Foreign Investment," Journal of International Economic Law (2012).
In recognition of his outstanding academic performance, Dr. Chaisse received the CUHK Research Award in 2012 and the CUHK Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award. Dr. Chaisse has held the appointment of Director of the Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development at CUHK Law since 2013.
In addition to his professorship, Dr. Chaisse is a well-experienced arbitrator (international joint ventures, restricting and financial services, sale of goods, IP licensing, Internet domain names, etc) and a leading consultant to international organizations, governments, multinational law firms, and private investors.
Dr. Chaisse also is very active in community and professional activities locally and internationally. In Hong Kong, he serves as Director of the Dot Trademark Policy Committee (DTPC), and Member of the Hong Kong’s Government Board of Review (Inland Revenue Ordinance). Dr. Chaisse is also member of some of the world's foremost organizations, including the World Economic Forum's International Trade and Investment Council and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in which Dr. Chaisse serves on the Working Group on gTLDs' rights protection mechanisms review and the Accountability and Transparency Review program.