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Prof Michael Ewing-Chow is the WTO Chair at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS). He has a First Class Honours degree in law from NUS and a Masters from Harvard Law School. Michael worked in Allen & Gledhill before joining NUS where he started the first World Trade Law course in Singapore and was involved in the negotiations for some of Singapore’s early FTAs. He has been a consultant to the Singapore Government, the ADB, ASEAN, UNCTAD, the World Bank and the WTO. Michael has advised government officials all over the world on trade and investment law as well as governance. He has taught in a number of universities in Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has published papers on governance, trade law and investment law and is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of International Economic Law. His latest book is “International Trade and Food Security: Exploring Collective Food Security in Asia”.