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Dominique Custos

Dominique M. Custos, Judge John D. Wessel Distinguished Professor of Law, Loyola University, New Orleans; Agrégation de Droit Public, France, 1994; Ph.D., summa cum laude, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 1989 ; Anthropology of Law LLM, magna cum laude, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 1989; Public Law LLM, cum laude, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, 1984. Professor Custos’s first teaching experience took place at her alma mater, the Sorbonne, where she served as a teaching and research fellow. She then briefly taught in her native Guadeloupe before being appointed full professor (Professeure agrégée) to Caen University, in Normandy, France, and, she later joined Loyola Law School. A first strand of her research combines administrative law, European law and comparative law, and it focuses on the evolution of regulatory frameworks in a context of liberalization and globalization. In the second strand of her scholarly endeavors, where comparative law, European Union law and French overseas law intersect, she tackles the questions of legal transplant and law and development in a post-colonial era through the study of the French Overseas Departments and the E.U. Outermost Regions.
Her website is http://law.loyno.edu/faculty/bio/dcustos