GERALDO VIDIGAL
Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International,
European and Regulatory Procedural Law
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
L-2721 Luxembourg
+352 269 488 450
geraldo.vidigal@mpi.lu
EXPERIENCE
2015 – present
Senior Research Fellow
Department of Public International Law
Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory
Procedural Law
2015 – present
Affiliated Lecturer
International Trade Law, University of Verona
2014 – 2015
Jean Monnet Fellow
Global Governance Programme
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
European University Institute
2013
Teaching Assistant, International Trade Law
Bocconi University, Milan
2013 – 2014
Marie Curie Fellow
FP7 Project – DISSETTLE: Law and Economics of Dispute Settlement in Trade
Bocconi University, Milan
WTO, Economic Research and Statistics Division (Visiting Scholar, 2013)
2012
Blue Book Trainee
European Commission Legal Service, Trade Policy and WTO Team
2004 – 2007
Associate Lawyer
Pinheiro Neto Advogados, São Paulo
EDUCATION
2009 – 2014
PhD in Law
University of Cambridge
2007 – 2008
Master’s Degree in International Law, High Honours (Mention Bien)
Sorbonne Law School (Paris 1)
2001 – 2005
Bachelor’s Degree in Law
University of São Paulo
PUBLICATIONS
‘Targeting Performance: Forward-Looking Remedies in International Law’, Journal of International
Dispute Settlement (forthcoming 2015)
(co-author) ‘The Use of Economics in Trade Disputes and Antitrust Cases: Defining Relevant Markets or
Likeness’, in Theresa Carpenter, Marion Jansen and Joost Pauwelyn (eds), The Use of Economics in
Trade Disputes: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead (forthcoming 2015)
Oxford Reports on International Law, Oxford International Trade Law Decisions module (forthcoming
2015)
‘Panel Report, Brazil – Measures Affecting Imports of Retreaded Tyres’
‘AB Report, Brazil – Measures Affecting Imports of Retreaded Tyres’
‘AB Report, Mexico – Anti-Dumping Investigation of High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) from
the United States, Recourse to Article 21.5 of the DSU by the United States’
‘AB Report, United States – Continued Existence and Application of Zeroing Methodology’
‘Conservação de Recursos Marinhos e o Uso de Medidas de Coerção Econômica: Impacto do Direito da
OMC sobre o Direito do Mar’, in Wagner Menezes (org.), Direito do Mar: Desafios e Perspectivas
(Arraes, 2014), 386-399
‘From Bilateral to Multilateral Law-making: Legislation, Practice, Evolution and the Future of Inter Se
Agreements in the WTO’ 24 European Journal of International Law (2013) 1027-1053
‘Re-Assessing WTO Remedies: The Prospective and the Retrospective’ 16 Journal of International
Economic Law (2013) 505-534
‘Enforcing Democracy at the Regional Level: Paraguay’s Suspension before the Mercosur Court’ 2
Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (2013) 337-349
(co-author) ‘A Regulação do Comércio Internacional e a Organização Mundial do Comércio’, in Umberto
Celli Jr, Maristela Basso, Alberto do Amaral Jr (coords), Arbitragem e Comércio Internacional: Estudos
em Homenagem a Luiz Olavo Baptista (São Paulo: Quartier Latin, 2013), 455-503
‘Appellate Body Report, United States – Measures Affecting the Production and Sale of Clove Cigarettes’
24 Italian Yearbook of International Law (2013) 310-317
Article Analyses in Vera Thorstensen (coord), Projeto Releitura: Review of WTO Case-Law (FGV São
Paulo, 2012, electronic publication, http://ccgi.fgv.br/pt-br/projeto-releitura)
Dispute Settlement Understanding (‘Article 7’, ‘Article 19’, ‘Article 20’, ‘Article 21.5’)
Agreement on Agriculture (‘Article 8’, ‘Article 9’, ‘Article 10’, ‘Article 11’, ‘Article 12’, ‘Article
13’)
UK Supreme Court Annual Review: ‘International Law’ and ‘Immigration Law’ 1(2) Cambridge Journal
of International and Comparative Law (2012) 127-131
‘Book Review: Jan Klabbers, ‘Treaty Conflict and the European Union’’ 6 Cambridge Student Law
Review (2010) 339
(co-author) ‘Panorama Jurídico-econômico dos Investimentos Transnacionais’, in E.A. Meirelles et al.,
Direito Internacional, Humanismo e Globalidade (São Paulo: Atlas, 2008), 599-618
Working Papers
‘Awarding Damages or Demanding Performance? A Performance-Oriented Approach for International
Investment Law’ FGV DIREITO SP Research Paper Series n. 109 (2014) (ISSN 2358-1565)
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
11th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law, University of Oslo: ‘From
Reparation to Regulation: Prospective Remedies and Shifting Function of International Courts and
Tribunals’ (September 2015)
Society of International Economic Law, PEPA/SIEL Milan Conference: ‘Why Is There So Little
Litigations under Preferential Trade Agreements? Retaliation and Adjudication in International Dispute
Settlement’’ (April 2015)
I Congresso Brasileiro de Direito do Mar: ‘Conservação de Recursos Marinhos e o Uso de Medidas de
Coerção Econômica: Impacto do Direito da OMC sobre o Direito do Mar’ (December 2014)
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, DISSETTLE Conference: ‘Why Is There So
Little Litigations under Preferential Trade Agreements? Retaliation and Adjudication in International
Dispute Settlement’ (November 2014)
European University Institute, Jean Monnet Seminar: ‘Judicial Responses to Non-Compliance in
International Agreements: Demanding Performance or Providing Reparation?’ (October 2014)
University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law Graduate Research Seminar: ‘Awarding Damages or
Demanding Performance? A Performance-Oriented Approach for International Investment Law’ (May
2014)
Society of International Economic Law, PEPA/SIEL São Paulo Conference: ‘Awarding Damages or
Demanding Performance? A Performance-Oriented Approach for International Investment Law’ (April
2014)
Bocconi University, Angelo Sraffa Department of Legal Studies Public International Law Seminars on
Trade and Investment: ‘Remedies in International Economic Law: Textual Limitations and Judicial
Strategies’ (April 2014)
São Paulo Bar Institute: ‘International Agreements and Brazil’s Economic Positioning: Evaluation and
Perspectives’ (August 2013)
Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2013 Conference: ‘Adjudicating Compliance:
Non-Traditional Remedies in International Law’ (May 2013)
University of Warsaw, DISSETTLE Conference: ‘Re-Assessing WTO Remedies: The Prospective and the
Retrospective’ (March 2013)
Society of International Economic Law, PEPA/SIEL Hamburg Conference: ‘Multilateralizing
International Law: The (Unlikely?) Role of the WTO’ (January 2012)
University College London, WTO Scholars’ Forum: ‘Empowering Developing Countries in the WTO:
Cross-Retaliation, Compensation and the Outcome of US – Cotton’ (May 2011)
Graduate Workshop, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law: ‘The Purpose and the Object:
International Institutions and Erga Omnes Partes Obligations’ (February 2010)
Sidney Sussex College Graduate Seminar: ‘Does International Law Make a Difference? Rules and Power
in a World of Sovereigns’ (November 2009)
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Society of International Economic Law
European Society of International Law
Marie Curie Alumni Association
Bar of Brazil
SCHOLARSHIPS AND PRIZES
Evan Lewis-Thomas Scholarship, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge (2009-2012)
Marie Curie Early Stage Research Fellowship, DISSETTLE FP7 Research Network, Bocconi University,
Milan (2013-2014)
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