Faculté de droit
Université de Montréal
& Senior Director
International Trade; Intellectual Property; Rights of Indigenous Peoples; Public International Law; International Commercial Law; Common Law; International Sustainable Development; Agroecology; Indigenous Traditional Knowledge; Ocean Health; Ecoservices; Indigenous Trade and Development; Free Prior Informed Consent; Access & Benefit Sharing; Indigenous Women's Rights; Rights of Future Generations; Green Economy; Community Resilience; Local Communities; Legal Storytelling; Emerging Economies; Protection of Traditional Medicinal Plants; Cannabis Legalization
Professor Dr. Konstantia Koutouki, LLD (Montréal), LLM (Ottawa), LLB (Queen's), teaches graduate-level courses in common law, as well as advanced international law. Her research looks at the links between international business, intellectual property and protecting the environment. She has extensive expertise in international law as it relates to sustainable development, more specifically, the social, economic and cultural development of local and aboriginal communities, as well as the preservation of natural spaces and ancient knowledge, in particular, as it concerns traditional medicine and agriculture.
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