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Viviane Meunier Rubel

Viviane Meunier Rubel is a J.S.D. candidate at Yale Law School. After having graduated as an LL.M., Ms. Meunier Rubel served as a law clerk at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, under a Holtzman Fellowship. Then, back at YLS, she was also a Tutor-in-Law there for two years; she and Maciej Kisilowski designed and organized a two-semester seminar for graduate students that focused on methodological approaches to the science of law. Prior to her time at Yale, Ms. Meunier Rubel practiced before the Cour de cassation in Paris. She was also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Toulouse in France where she taught civil procedure and labor law. She is a graduate of Yale Law School and the University of Paris II – Panthéon-Assas.

Viviane Meunier Rubel works in international environmental law. Her dissertation, about environmental impact assessments, researches whether the role of procedure in secreting substantive law may be accomplished in the idiosyncratic legal system of public international law, while appraising how EIA requirements have been conceived and have been implemented regarding encouraging international actors to behave in an environmentally conscious way in a world of heterogeneous political regimes.

Professor W. Michael Reisman, Supervisor
Professor Daniel C. Esty
Professor Lea Brilmayer
Professor Oona A. Hathaway

LL.M., Yale, 2006
Attorney's Diploma, Laureate, Paris Bar Association Law School (France), 2004
D.E.S.S. "Droit Notarial", University of Paris II - Panthéon-Assas in France, 1997
D.E.A., General Private Law, University of Paris II - Panthéon-Assas in France, 1996

Fernando Muñoz