Bradly J. Condon (B.A., UBC), (LL.B., McGill), (LL.M., Calgary), (Ph.D., Bond) is the WTO Chair Professor and Founding Director of the Centre for International Economic Law. He has served as visiting professor of international economic law at the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the WTO in Geneva, the University of New South Wales in Australia, and the University of Victoria in Canada. He serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Global Trade Law Series, Kluwer Law International and has served as a peer reviewer for and Cambridge University Press, Kluwer Law International, Oxford University Press and various international academic journals. He has published seven books and over seventy articles on international trade law and economic integration, including the first treatise on WTO law in Spanish. His most recent book is Climate Change and Global Economic Governance (Oxford University Press, 2013), co-authored with Tapen Sinha and featuring a foreword by Nobel Laureate Robert F. Curl.
Topics of Interest
- International economic law