Olga Nartova

Professor Chair of Law & International Relations departments, Dar Al-Hekma University.

Olga Nartova has been a research fellow at the World Trade Institute since 2007. She is a co-leader of Work Package 5 on Trade and Climate Change in Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR Trade Regulation) and prior to this Olga was an acting alternate leader of the research project on Energy in WTO Law.

Olga is a qualified lawyer in Russia (2002), she received her law degree from Moscow State Academy of Law. She also obtained a Master of International Law and Economics (MILE) (summa cum laude) from the World Trade Institute in Berne and holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics. Olga completed her doctoral thesis on “Energy Services and Competition Policies under WTO Law” at the University of Bern.

She is an external consultant at WTI Advisors and International Business & Legal Consultants and has also been an advisor at the ICTSD. Olga is a co-editor of “International Trade Regulation and the Mitigation of Climate Change: World Trade Forum” (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2009). She has published and lectured on trade and climate change, energy law, and trade law and policy of Eastern Europe.

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