Elizabeth Milovidov, Ph.D., J.D.

Assistant Professor at the American Graduate School in Paris

Fields of expertise

  • Children’s Rights Law

  • International Family Law

  • International Business Law

  • International Public Law

  • Introduction to American Law


  • Ph.D. in International Relations & Diplomacy, American Graduate School in Paris, Paris, France.
    Dissertation topic: "Have a Modem? Become a Mommy: Commodification and the Rise of Photolistings and Online Marketing of Children for Adoption".

  • Certificate in Understanding Children's Human Rights Law, London School of Economics and Politics, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, London, England

  • M.A., International Trade, European University, Brussels, Belgium

  • M.B.A., European University, Paris, France

  • J.D., University of California Davis, Davis, California, USA

  • M.A., Political Science, University of California Davis, Davis, California, USA

  • B.A., Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA

Other current posts

  • Independent Expert, Children's Rights, Internet, and Digital Parenting, Council of Europe, (since 2013)

  • Founder, Digital Parenting Consulting and Coaching (since 2012)

  • Lecturer at INSEEC (since 2015)

  • Lecturer at ISCOM (since 2015)

Previous experience

  • Lecturer Université Paris 8, Saint-Denis Law School

  • Associate Professor, University of Cergy-Pontoise Law School

  • Guest Lecturer, University of Montpellier Law School (since 2004)

  • Assistant Professor, Touro College, Paris, France

  • Lecturer, Université Paris 2, Panthéon-Assas Law School, Paris, France

  • General Counsel – Operations, Netsize, Paris, France

  • General Counsel – Group, Genesys, Montpellier, France

  • Assistant European Counsel, Meritor, Paris, France

  • Attorney-at-law, Lillick & Charles, San Francisco, California, USA

Selected Publications

  • . Co-authored by Janice Richardson, Andrea Milwood Hargrave, Basil Moratille, Sanna Vahtivouri, Dominic Venter, Rene de Vries (Council of Europe Publishing, 2017)

  • (Dubit, 2017)

  • . Co authored by Janice Richardson and Roger Blamire (European Commission and European Schoolnet, 2017)

  • "Race, Money and the Internet: Commodification and the Rise of Online Marketing of Children for Adoption", chapter in by Vilna Bashi Treitler (Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, UK: 2013)

  • Guide Series on digital parenting ()

Professional Associations

  • International Association for Child Safety, Associate Member

  • European Professional Women's Network, Member

  • California Bar Association, Member

  • D.C. Bar Association, Member

Community Service

  • Red Cross, Local Delegation Paris 3-10, Volunteer and Trainer - Baby and Child CPR



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Emirjona CakeAlbania, United States
Ph.D. Candidate, 2017 

quote leftThe connections and networks I created at AGS, both with professors and fellow students, have been rewarding, providing me with access to distinguished thinkers and an extensive array of intellects whom I can call friends. AGS provided the base that I needed to catapult myself into the field of International Relations, helping me to gain access to such International Organizations as UNESCO, and allowing me to present at their contemporary and stimulating annual conference.quote right


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