||Alberto Alemanno is Associate Professor of Law and Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law & Risk Regulation at HEC Paris. He is also an Attorney-at-Law in New York since 2004. Prior to this, he had worked as référendaire at both the Court of Justice and the General Court of the European Union and had been a teaching assistant at the College of Europe in Bruges. He holds LL.M. degrees from the College of Europe and Harvard Law School and has been awarded a PhD in International Law & Economics by Bocconi University. He is the founding editor of the European Journal of Risk Regulation and member of the Editorial Boards of Revue du Droit de l’Union Européenne and of the European Food & Feed Law Review. He is Area Editor for Policy of Risk Analysis: an International Journal as well as the founder and scientific director of the annual Summer Academy in Global Food Law & Policy. His research and teaching activities focus on European Law, International Economic Law, WTO Law, risk regulation and international public health. He has published the book "Trade in Food: Regulatory and Judicial Approaches in the EC and the WTO" (Cameron May, 2007) and edited Governing Disasters – The Challenges of Emergency Risk Regulation, as well as several articles in academic journals such as the Harvard International Law Journal and the European Law Journal. Alberto Alemanno has also taught at Georgetown University Law Center, Harvard School of Public Health, University of St.Gallen, Bocconi University, Fribourg Law School, EDHEC Business School and Macau Law School.