Professor of Public Law
Aileen McHarg's research interests lie in regulatory theory and practice, particularly in relation to energy utilities and climate change.
She has written widely on UK and EU energy regulation, on questions of institutional design, regulatory accountability and consumer representation, and is currently focused on the promotion of sustainable energy.
Since 2012, she has been Chair of the Academic Advisory Group to the International Bar Association's Section on Energy, Environment, Resources and Infrastructure Law. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law and of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Utilities Law Review.