Corporate legal conduct in general and the role of corporations in combating corruption in particular have received increasing attention by legal scholars and legal practitioners. Changes in the legal systems, new regulation and strict enforcement create ongoing challenges. Despite of sanctions against corporations mainly being enforced by individual states global trends and transnational principles become more and more visible.
The LSGL Business and Law Group is a working group that provides research opportunities in many areas of private law such as the law of obligations, international trade law, competition law and international private law. Our group has members that have knowledge of various different jurisdictions, which allows the group to deliver truly global work. Since its formation, the working group has been able to do research on a variety of topics including foreign direct investment, investment and development, regulation and investment in the energy sector.
Decay of democracy has been the subject of countless manifestations from academics, journalists, civil society representatives and politicians in recent years. At every scheduled election in any relevant democracy, issues such as the increasing numbers of absent voters, the rise — or the prevalence — of ultra-right political parties and the distrust of representative institutions become central topics for the domestic electoral debate.
The Research Group on New Technologies and Law of the Law Schools Global League (LSGL) is proud to announce that they will be initiating an ambitious project to produce an open access, joint, peer reviewed publication bringing together as many perspectives and global views as possible on the contemporary normative challenges that the convergence of technological innovation and self-reinforcing trends in robotics, artificial intelligence, algorithms and big data, hold for the law.
LSGL International Trade & Investment Law Research Group is for academics engaged in international trade and investment law from the LSGL member schools. It seeks to promote collaboration and debate among IEL scholars from different regions, and encourage collaborative research and teaching initiatives.
The broad remit of this group is to examine how private law (broadly defined, including property, torts, contracts, but also corporate law, etc.) can best deal with globalization trends through an institutional analysis.
The Legal Education working group will explore issues related to legal education and globalization, including, among others, those related to accreditation and regulation; competition for students, faculty and reputation; and diversity and inequality within the legal academy.
The Research Group on New Technologies and Law of the Law Schools Global League (LSGL) is proud to announce that they will be initiating an ambitious project to produce an open access, joint, peer reviewed publication bringing together as many perspectives and global views as possible.
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