Ludivine Tamiotti is Counsellor in the Trade and Environment Division of the World Trade Organization in Geneva. She works in the WTO since 2001. She holds advanced law degrees from the Universities of Aix-en-Provence, Geneva and New York. Before joining the WTO, she worked for the United Nations International Court of Justice in The Hague.
In the WTO, she is in charge of the regular and negotiating committees on trade and environment and she provides legal advice to dispute settlement panels. She also conducts research on technical barriers to trade and trade and environment issues. For instance, she recently co-authored the WTO/UNEP Report on Trade and Climate Change.