Ana is a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Law, Queens University. Her thesis attempts to find better coordination between free trade regulations and the protection and respect of human rights.

Ana Patricia Chuc Gamboa has worked in diverse capacities as an attorney in Mexico since 2012 including advising foreign companies which import and export raw materials in Mexico. Ana has a master’s degree in International Law from the Graduate School of Government and Public Policy – now called the School of Government and Public Transformation – at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and a second master’s degree in Constitutional Law from the Autonomous University of Yucatan where she focused on human rights. Ana has been awarded the Ontario Trillium Scholarship (2016-2019).

 

Recent Professional Achievements

Featured Conference Presentations: 
“International Trade Law and International Human Rights Law: Siblings or Distant Relatives.” Paper presented at the Society of International Economic Law (Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network) Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2018.

“International Trade Law and International Human Rights Law: Siblings or Distant Relatives.” Paper presented at the Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law’s International Law Conference, Winnipeg, Canada, 2018.

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