Dr. Charlotte Sieber-Gasser is a Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Centre for Law and Sustainability, University of Lucerne, and previously worked as PostDoc Fellow at the World Trade Institute in Bern. Among others, she teaches “Law and Policy of inter-regional Trade Agreements” at the University of St. Gallen in Spring 2017. Charlotte studied law in Fribourg and Bern, Switzerland, and Development Studies in Manchester, UK. In her PhD (Developing Countries and Preferential Services Trade, available at Cambridge University Press) she analysed the level of compliance of Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) in services with WTO law in general and the legal scope for flexibility in PTAs in services between developing countries in particular. Her most recent research project deals with sustainability standards and democratic legitimation of trade policy.