First Meeting of the Transnational Law Institute's Transnational Regulatory Governance Research Group
The Transnational Regulatory Governance research group of the TLI will serve as a hub for the investigation of transnational law and regulatory governance as they relate to 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.
As part of this initiative, the group will meet regularly during term to assist participants in their own research, by canvassing the latest developments in transnational regulatory governance and cross-border challenges. The group will offer an open and collegial forum for exchanges among and between early career and established researchers. In addition to reading a journal article or other publication, the group will cover relevant calls for papers, publications, legal and professional developments (e.g. cases, legislation, market standards, outcomes of international meetings etc) and developments in methodology. The group will also be an opportunity to discuss the research and work of participants. The group will first meet from 6:00 to 7:30pm on Wednesday 21 January in the Wellington Lounge SW1.22.
The Transnational Regulatory Governance research group welcomes participants from both the Dickson Poon School of Law and other institutions. For more information or to RSVP for the 21 January meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org