LLM, University of Connecticut School of Law
LLB, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Energy Policy, International Environmental Law, Climate Comparative Research
Paschaline Nsiah-Asare is the teaching fellow for the online Environmental Law class and instructor for International Environmental Law. She is an attorney with a special interest in comparative energy and environmental policy. She received her LLM in Energy and Environmental law from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she is currently a SJD Candidate.
Professor Nsiah-Asare’s research and academic interests focus on environmental and energy reform methodologies structured through comparative regionalism methods, equitable applications of international law principles within underserved communities, and analyzing just transition approaches within the global North and global South dynamic.
Prior to academia and her graduate studies, Professor Nsiah-Asare started her career working in legal practice and non-profit organizations, assisting on energy restructuring projects and climate legislative initiatives.
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