Sheila Wilkinson

Adjunct Professor, UBI Brussels


English, French, Dutch, Spanish

Education Qualification

The Institute for European Studies 

  • LL.M., International and European Law Brussels, BELGIUM 

  • Magna Cum Laude, Business Law Option

Loyola University School of Law 

  • Competition Partnership - Civil Law, Juris Doctorate New Orleans, LA USA

Tulane University School of Social Work 

  • International Legal Studies Certificate

University of New Orleans 

  • Master's of Social Work New Orleans, LA USA

  • Bachelor of Arts: Sociology; Minor: Women's Studies New Orleans, LA USA

Recent Professional Academic Experience

2010 - Present  Law Offices of Sheila M. Wilkinson, PLC 

  • Attorney at Law/Consultant New Orleans, LA USA

  • Solo and Joint Venture Practice

  • Focuses: European Union and International Law; EU Competition/US Antitrust; Comparative and International Law; Commercial Litigation & Arbitration; Complex Litigation & Investigation; Social Worker Advocacy

2010 - Present  University of Phoenix, Louisiana Campus

  • Faculty, College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business Metairie, LA USA

  • Lead Faculty Area Chair, Law, School of Business (2011 – 2013)

2011 – 2013  University of New Orleans – Student Support Services 

  • Associate Director New Orleans, LA USA


  • Provided integral support to program success: screened applicants to Federal Department of Education TRiO grant program; planned, prepared and executed workshops, events, open houses and sessions, and assisted in decisions regarding major purchases in alignment with federal budgetary constraints

  • Primary point of contact for all issues related to implementation and deployment of technology, website & social media, iPads, computers & peripherals 

  • Created training materials; Trained University personnel and students in the use of technology, iPads, and computers & peripherals in the classroom

  • UNIVERSITY SUCCESS 1001 (FALL 2011, FALL 2012)

  • Facilitated weekly University Success course, mandatory to all incoming freshmen and transfer students; Focus: diverse skills and tools necessary to succeed in the first year of college, in turn, increasing the odds of student retention and graduation

Selected Publications & Other Achievements

Earthquake Recovery: The 2014 EU Elections & TTIP Early 2015

Hugg, P. & Wilkinson, S. | Journal of Transnational Law and Policy

Enabling Cartels: Role of Confidentiality in the EU/US Competition Partnership 06/2014

Wilkinson, S. | Master Thesis, Institute for European Studies

Management of E-Waste: Implications for the International Community

With Annex: Model Convention on the Management of E-Waste 12/2013

Fornesa, C., Sedefov, F., Wieduwilt, S., and Wilkinson, S. |

Course: Globalisation |Potential submission to the IES Working Paper Series

The Evolution of EU Citizenship 05/2009

Wilkinson, S. | Spring 2009 Independent Study, Loyola Law School