Nadia Bernaz is Associate Professor in the Law group at Wageningen University (Netherlands). She holds a PhD in international law from Aix-Marseille University (France). Her research focuses on business accountability. Her book, Business and Human Rights - History Law and Policy, Bridging the Accountability Gap (Routledge, 2017) was rated as one of the best human rights books of all times. She has published in prestigious law and business journals such as Human Rights Quarterly, the International Journal of Constitutional Law, the Journal of Business Ethics, Business and Society and the Business and Human Rights Journal. She has a strong international experience and has taught students and delivered training to companies, governments, and civil society organizations around the world. She is the book review editor of the Business and Human Rights Journal and the editor of Springer’s “New Approaches to Business, Human Rights and the Environment” book series.