Assistant Professor of Law
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- B.A., University of Southampton (England), English, 1992 (Honors)
- LL.B., London School of Economics (England), Law, 1998 (Honors)
- S.J.D., Harvard Law School, International Law and Environmental Law, 2004
Annecoos Wiersema is no longer at the Moritz College of Law.
Annecoos Wiersema received her first law degree (LL.B.) from the London School of Economics in England and her S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) degree in International and Environmental Law from Harvard Law School.
Prior to joining the faculty at the Moritz College of Law, she taught at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and worked in the Denver office of Arnold and Porter LLP as a litigation associate. Prof. Wiersema was the George W. Foley, Jr. Fellow in Environmental Law at Harvard Law School from 1999-2000 and spent time as a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2001.
Prof. Wiersema’s classes include Environmental Law, International Law, Property Law, and Comparative Environmental Law. Her research interests cover environmental law and natural resources law, international law, international environmental law, property law and theory, and administrative law and theory. Prof. Wiersema's research focuses on how we can develop legal institutions both nationally and internationally that can effectively protect species and ecosystems in the face of ecological complexity and scientific uncertainty.