Tuula Mouhu-Young (Finland), Doctoral Researcher in World Trade Law, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Law, Finland; Research Project: "World Trade and Competition: Multidisciplinary Challenge for Law, Economics and Politics"
Visiting Doctoral Researchers for the Academic Year 2005/06
Tuula Mouhu-Young received her LLM (tax law) in 1986 from the University of Helsinki, Finland, and her MBA (international business) in 1992 from the Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland, combined with the Graduate School of Business, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
After having had a successful career of 15 years as an Attorney (Member of the Finnish Bar Association) and a Civil Court Judge at the City Court of Helsinki, Tuula wished to make a move towards International Trade Law. After joining the Academia she started working on the research of the WTO Law. Her research interests include Competition Law, M&A, and Legal Theory.
Tuula Mouhu-Young has also initiated the teaching of the WTO Law in Finland. She has been a sought-after lecturer of International Trade Law and the WTO at the universities of Helsinki and Turku International LLM Program, Political Sciences Program and International Trade Law Program. She has also been teaching European Law, Contract and Commercial Law and M&A. Recently, she has established the Research Training Network with some European universities interested in the WTO research.
Tuula Mouhu-Young is married and has one daughter.