CBL International is composing an outstanding team of faculty members to share their expertise and knowledge into your chosen study area. Our faculty members include professors, university lecturers, university researchers, and PhD candidates from various US Ivy League universities to teach your courses. Below you will find information about faculty members who have previously taught on our Ivy League programmes.
Dr. Marion Laboure
Innovation & Leadership Professor
Marion Laboure is an Economist. She is currently a visiting scholar in the Department of Economics at Harvard University. She brings unique experience combining academic research, policymaking and private sector having worked at the Luxembourg Central Bank, European Commission and Barclays. Her teaching includes Game Theory and Strategic Decisions, Macro- and Micro- economics and Capital Markets at Harvard College, Harvard Kennedy School, Paris Dauphine University and Sciences Po Paris. She is also a board member in a startup and a regular contributor to Forbes, Global Policy, Euractiv, LSE Euro crisis and Les Echos. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Ecole Normale Superieure and three masters in Economics, Government and Management from the London School of Economics and Paris Dauphine University.
International Politics & International Relations Professor
Lisa holds both a J.D. and an LL.M., and is a member of the Massachusetts state bar. Prior to beginning her Ph.D. at Columbia University, Lisa worked at the Harvard Management Company and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Recently, she conducted research on children and surveillance with the Children’s Advocacy Program of Harvard Law School as a visiting research fellow.
Dr. Paulo Barrozo
Global Perspectives & International Law Professor
Paulo Barrozo is a theorist whose work has offered new understandings of rights, punishment, cruelty, structural mercy, the political, and the origins and nature of modern law and institutions. His current work focuses on sovereignty and reason, constructive formalism, reflective evolution and futurism, normative imagination, and the transformation of legal education. Barrozo received an S.J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Rio de Janeiro University Research Institute. Before joining Boston College Law School, he was a Lecturer in social thought at Harvard University, where he was the first recipient of the Stanley Hoffman Prize for Excellence in Teaching.