Jochen H. Sohnle
Jochen Sohnle is Professor of Public Law at the University of Lorraine, Faculty of Law of Nancy (France) and head of the “Local and Regional Authorities and the European Union” course of the Master’s degree in European and International Studies at the European University Center of Nancy (CEU Nancy). His work and teachings, which are given in several languages (French, English, German, Spanish), focus on international, French and comparative environmental law, water law, natural resources law and ethical issues in relation to law.
He regularly lectures at Sciences-Po Paris, Nancy campus (trilingual European program: Public Authorities: A Cross-Country Comparative Perspective) and at the University of Strasbourg, Faculty of Law and Institute of Political Science (International Public and Private Environmental Law, Environmental Ethics, Comparative Public Administration Law). Jochen has lectured in his areas of expertise in Canada, the United States, Haiti, Germany, Spain and Russia and was a member of the Pace Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies, Pace Law School, New York, USA (January-August 2015). In January 2015, he was a visiting scholar at Widener School of Law, Wilmington, Delaware. Currently, he is an associate professor at Laval University, Quebec, a member of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law and serves on the Scientific Council of the Rhine-Meuse Water Agency.