Guillaume Van der Loo is a researcher in the Europe in the World Unit of CEPS. His research and publications focus on EU external relations law and policy, in particular the EU’s neighbourhood relations, EU external competences, EU international agreements and trade policy. Guillaume has extensive experience in conference speaking and giving guest lectures. He is also involved in several training projects for civil servants of ENP and pre-accession countries.
Guillaume is also a postdoctoral researcher at the Ghent European Law Institute (GELI) focusing on the legal dimension of the EU’s trade policy.
He obtained a PhD in Law (2014, Ghent University) on the EU’s new generation of Association Agreements and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas signed with the Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.