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Johann Morri

Academic administrator (Associate Director of International Programs)/Lecturer in Law

Education

LL.M. UC Davis School of Law 2011

M.D. Master’s degree in Law, Human rights law, University of Paris Nanterre (France) 1995

M.D. Master’s degree in Law in Law, Public law litigation, University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (France) 1995

B.A. Government studies/Political Science, Institute of Political Science of Paris (“Sciences Po”) 1992

Biography

Lecturer and advisor for international students at the UC Davis School of Law. During his time at UC Davis, he has taught legal methods and academic writing courses and co-taught the Legal Writing seminar with Associate Dean Beth Greenwood.

In addition to teaching a series of classes at UC Davis School of Law, he has also taught at the UC Berkeley School of Law, the China University of Political Sciences and Law, the University of Paris Nanterre, and the University of Montpellier.

Prior to joining UC Davis, he has been a Judge for the Trial Court in Public Law (2011-2014) and the Appellate Court in Public Law (2011-2014) both in Versailles, France as well as the Trial Court in Public Law (1999-2004) in Montpellier, France.

He has also been the Deputy Director of the Public Law Section of the Legal Division for the Ministry of Economy and Finance in Paris, France and the Office chief (Chef de Bureau) of the International Law Section of the Legal Division for the French Ministry of Economy and Finance in Paris, France.

Subject Areas

Legal Methods, Legal Writing and Legal Reasoning, Comparative Law, Administrative Law, International Legal Education