University of Montréal - Doctoral Student UdeM
Name of investigator
Khadija Ben Matoug - Research collaborator
Khadija Ben Matoug is a Ph.D. in Law candidate at University of Montreal. She studies the typology of the corporate Social Responsibility “CSR” tools developed by transnational corporations, their potential to promote global social and environmental values recognized by the global public regulation of CSR and their relationship to the legal institutions. Her research is based on legal theory, specifically in legal pluralism.
The research takes interest in the fields of international human rights law, regulation of transnational corporations, global law, contractual governance, transnational civil liability, litigation, civil procedure, private remedies and global justice.
Khadija holds an LL.M in private law (with high distinction) and an L.L.B from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Tunis-Tunisia. She also holds a Certificate of Completion in Human Rights Research and Education from University of Ottawa.
Before joining the University of Montréal, she has worked as a permanent and full time lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Tunis. She is also a student researcher at the Center for Research in Public Law (University of Montréal) and a professor researcher at the Laboratory of Law of International Relations, Markets, and Negotiations “DRIMAN” ( Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Tunis).
Khadija is a member of Tunisian Bar and the “Kilimandjaro” Network - Network of actors in CSR.