Alina Kaczorowska holds a number of postgraduate legal qualifications and a State Doctorate in International Law with great distinction (Doctorat en Droit avec la mention très honorable) from the University of Nice in France. She has been Professor of EU and International Law at the University of the West Indies since September 2005.
Prior to that she was Professor of EU Law at the Southampton Institute in England and was awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law in June 2004. She has taught at University College Cork in Ireland, at McGill University in Montréal, at the Grand Ecole de Commerce in Rennes and is qualified as a barrister at the Paris Bar. She is the leading writer on EU Law and Public International Law for Routledge-Cavendish of London and New York.
She has published seventeen books, and many articles in renowned journals including The European Public Law, The European Law Journal, The European Competition Law Review; La Revue de Droit International et de Droit Comparè, Państwo i Prawo, The Turkish Yearbook of Human Rights, The Irish Journal of European Law, La Revue Juridique Thémis, The International Company and Commercial Law Review.
Since joining the University of the West Indies she has been actively involved in Caribbean legal life and considers herself the friend of the Caribbean Court of Justice.