Eugenio Gomez-Chico is part of the International Law and Practice team, on the Teaching and Researching International Law in Asia (TRILA) project, and previously part of the Investment Law and Policy Team at the Centre for International Law. He holds a Master of Laws from Yale Law School, and graduated with honors from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), where he received a BA in Law and a BA in International Relations.
Prior to joining CIL, Eugenio was a Yale Fox International Fellow at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) of the Australian National University, where he explored different options for reform of the investment treaty system, under the supervision of Professor Anthea Roberts.
His research has been focused on issues of international law and adjudication, as well as judicial globalization. Outside academia Eugenio has experience in the public sector in Mexico, having worked for the Supreme Court of Mexico in the office of international affairs.
Eugenio is member of the Mexican Bar, the American Society of International Law, and the European Society of International Law.