Gregory Messenger is a Junior Research Fellow in Law at the Queen's College where he completed his DPhil and BCL degrees. He read law as an undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh with a year at the University of Granada, Spain. He has previously taught general public international law, international economic law and international investment law at the Universities of Oxford and Durham as well as introductory courses in English law at the University of Granada.

Greg's research examines conceptual issues arrising from the development and application of international economic law. His research interests are principally in public international law, international economic law, trade- related aspects of US and EU constitutional law and theoretical approaches to international economic law. He is currently working on a monograph for OUP on the development of WTO law.

The Public International Law Discussion Group at the University of Oxford is a key focal point for PIL@Oxford. The PIL Discussion Group hosts a weekly speaker event and light lunch at All Souls College, Oxford. Topics involve contemporary and challenging issues in international law. Speakers include distinguished international law practitioners, academics, and legal advisers from around the world. The discussion group's meetings are part of the programme of the British Branch of the International Law Association and are supported by the Law Faculty and Oxford University Press. The group typically meets each Thursday during Oxford terms in The Old Library, All Souls College, with lunch commencing at 12:30. The speaker will commence at 12:45 and speak for about forty minutes, allowing about twenty five minutes for questions and discussion. The meeting should conclude before 2:00. Practitioners, academics and students from within and outside the University of Oxford are all welcome. No RSVP is necessary. Join the PIL Email List to receive information about the PIL Discussion Group meetings, as well as other PIL@Oxford news.

Podcasts available for this series can be found on  http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/themes/pil/media.php.