J. Hillebrand Pohl, LL.M. (Harvard) writes and lectures about Law and Geoeconomics—the national security aspect of international economic law. He is the founding Co-Director of the CELIS Institute, an independent nonprofit, nonpartisan research enterprise dedicated to promoting better regulation of foreign investment in light of security and public order concerns. He is also adjunct faculty at Maastricht University and the United Nations University, doctoral fellow of the Institute for Globalization and International Regulation (IGIR), and a member of the editorial board of the Yearbook of Socio-Economic Constitutions (Springer). For his Ph.D. in law under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Van den Bossche, he received a Max Planck Ph.D. Scholarship. He holds an LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School, where he was a John Tjerneld Scholar and an editor of the Harvard International Law Journal, as well as degrees from Stockholm University, Stockholm School of Economics, and Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. He is qualified to practice law in New York, England and Wales, and Ireland. Website