Nicolas Lamp is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University. Prior to joining Queen’s, Nicolas worked as a Dispute Settlement Lawyer at the Appellate Body Secretariat of the World Trade Organization. He received his PhD in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2013. His recent publications include: “The Club Approach to Multilateral Trade Lawmaking,” 49 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 107 (2016); “Value and Exchange in Multilateral Trade Lawmaking,” 4 London Review of International Law 7 (2016); and “How Some Countries Became ‘Special’: Developing Countries and the Construction of Difference in Multilateral Trade Lawmaking”, 18 Journal of International Economic Law 743 (2015). His 2011 article “Conceptions of War and Paradigms of Compliance: The ‘New War’ Challenge to International Humanitarian Law” was awarded the American Society of International Law’s 2012 Francis Lieber Prize for outstanding scholarship in the field of the law of armed conflict. He was also the case author for the 2014-2015 edition of the ELSA Moot Court Competition on WTO Law, the largest and most prestigious moot court competition in the field of international trade law.
At Queen’s, Nicolas teaches International Economic Law, Public International Law and Contracts. He was awarded the Stanley M. Corbett Award for Teaching Excellence by the Law Students’ Society for 2015-2016.