My research is eminently interdisciplinary and lies at the intersection between environmental law and international economic law.  My academic portfolio has a clear focus on climate change and energy law, transnational law processes, dispute resolution, and the regulation of new technologies. My work on transnational law is internationally recognized and explores the role that law has in tacking global legal challenges, such as climate change and transition to a low carbon economy. I have provided advice to the House of Lords on the future trade relations with the European Union in a post-Brexit context and been included as suitable candidate to be appointed as an arbitrator and expert by the European Commission. I am a member of different scientic committees and research networks, such as the Alexander Von Humboldt Sftiftung (Germany), Brown Advance Research Institutes (United States) and the Max Weber Programme Alumni network (European University Institute). I actively participate in international advocacy around issues concerning environmental inequalities.