Amandine Garde

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom; President EUPHA Law and public health section

Amandine Garde is a Professor of Law at the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, and a qualified (non-practising) solicitor. Her expertise lies at the crossroads of consumer protection, public health, and trade law and policy. In 2015, she established the Law & Non-Communicable Diseases Research Unit, which advises international organisations, civil society, public health agencies and governments on the effective regulation of the commercial determinants of health to promote better health for all. In particular, she has worked closely with the WHO, Unicef and the European Union for whom she has written policy reports and developed legal capacity building courses; and she sits on various advisory groups on the prevention of chronic diseases. She currently is a member of The Lancet-Chatham House Commission on Improving Population Health and the first president of the EUPHA Law and public health section. She is also an honorary fellow of the UK Faculty of Public Health.