Maria Panezi is an Assistant Professor of Law at University of New Brunswick Law. She did her PhD at Osgoode Hall Law School, during which time she was also a teaching assistant at Osgoode Hall and a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School.
Maria’s research focuses on the interaction between national strategies on climate change and World Trade Organization (WTO) law. Her teaching interests include International Trade Law, Public International Law, and Globalization and the Law; she also taught Ethical Lawyering in a Global Community. Maria has advised governments in Canada, emphasizing sustainable economic development clauses in trade agreements, labour standards, the economic empowerment of women, and has recently been researching and writing on economic opportunities for Indigenous Peoples as they appear in Canada’s free trade agreements.