Professor Rolland’s current research focuses on the framework for development in international trade law. Her research interests include public international law, international trade law, environmental law and energy regulation. She teaches International Law, International Trade Law and International Litigation. Professor Rolland has published on several aspects of international law. Through the exploration of different subjects, her research examines the intersection of different legal regimes to improve the understanding of an increasingly multi-layered international and transnational legal order. Her article, “The Precautionary Principle: Development of an International Standard” (23 Michigan Journal of International Law 429, 2002), has received several awards and its findings have been endorsed by the International Law Commission in a Resolution by the United Nations General Assembly. In 2003, she joined the energy law practice of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan in Washington, DC. Her practice focused on international trade in energy commodities and the development of import infrastructure in the United States, as well as environmental regulation of oil and natural gas shipping in the United States and internationally. Professor Rolland served as a judicial clerk at the International Court of Justice in The Hague (Netherlands) for President Gilbert Guillaume and Judge Ronny Abraham. Prior to joining the law school faculty in 2009, she served as a visiting research scholar at Columbia University Law School in 2006 and taught as a visiting professor at the University of Michigan Law School.
Considering development in the implementation of panel and appellate body reports, School of Law Faculty Publications (2012)
Dispute settlement at the WTO does not end once the Panel and Appellate Body have...
China-raw materials: WTO rules on Chinese natural resources export dispute, School of Law Faculty Publications (2012)
Development at the WTO (2012)
This book presents original paths for reconsidering the trade and development relationship at the World...