Transnational Regulatory Governance Research Group
The Transnational Law Institute's Transnational Regulatory Governance research group (TLI-TRG) is a platform for researchers and practitioners to examine legal innovations to address major cross-border challenges. including in the domains of the environment, energy, human security, technology and commerce. The shaping impetus for the research group’s work is the question of how hybrid forms of regulation are developing to address global challenges. The group is convened by TLI research fellow Stephen Minas.
The group has a particular focus on the roles of transnational networks and regional cooperation in meeting shared challenges. Meetings of the group have examined issues including energy trade governance, climate change, transnational science-based safety standards, social and biological design-based regulation and legitimation problems in global governance.
The group welcomes participants from both King's and other institutions.
TLI-TRG meeting list
12 April 2017
Topic: Brexit: What does it mean to the EU and UK’s energy sector?
Speaker: Ana Stanič
Please register here to attend.
9 February 2017
Topic: 'European perspective(s) on China's Belt & Road Initiative'
Speaker: Agatha Kratz
To register to attend, please contact Stephen Minas Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org.
21 January 2015
Introductory meeting (no speaker)
Topic: ‘Legitimation Problems in the Modern State’ (Jurgen Habermas).
19 March 2015
Dr Machiko Kanetake (Utrecht University, King’s visiting scholar): ‘Transnational Science-Based Standards in the Domestic Legal Order: The Japanese Experience of Domestic Acceptance and Rejection.’
Prof Karen Yeung (King’s College London): ‘Is Design-Based Regulation Legitimate?’
24 June 2015
Prof Rafael Leal-Arcas (QMUL): ‘Global Energy Trade Governance and the Climate Challenge’.
29 September 2015
Prof Gianpaolo Maria Ruotolo (University of Foggia, King’s visiting scholar): ‘Fragments of Fragments: On Some Recent Trends Of The International Legal Order: The “Global” Governance Of The Domain Name System.’
Prof Mathias Siems (University of Durham): ‘The Curious Case of Overfitting Legal Transplants’.
16 November 2015
Dr Eloise Scotford and Stephen Minas, (King's College London): 'Adjudicating the Future and Climate Law in the Run up to Paris'
16 February 2016
Dr Eva Pils (King's College London): 'From Visual Advocacy to Visual Repression: The Case of China's Human Rights Movement'
8 March 2016
Dr Penelope Crossley (Sydney Law School): 'The Role of National Renewable Energy Laws in Promoting Energy Security'
4 May 2016
Professor David A. Wirth (Boston College): Cracking the American Climate Negotiators' Hidden Code: United States Law and the Paris Agreement
29 June 2016
Dr Alexandros X.M. Ntovas (QMUL): M/V Enrica Lexie and the regulation of armed security personnel on board merchant vessels
20 October 2016
Maritime Security and Disputes in the East China Sea