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Transnational Law Colloquium

The Transnational Law Colloquium is hosted by the Transnational Law Institute (TLI) at King’s College London and welcomes scholars and practitioners, activists and policy makers from London, the UK and around the World to present their work. The Colloquium was created in 2014 and has since its start featured thought-provoking and timely lectures on the correlation between domestic legal change and emerging regulatory structures, regimes and processes on the global scale. The Colloquium lectures are open to everyone. Speakers are encouraged to distribute a paper before the Colloquium which we mail out to all who are interested. 

Colloquiums 2018-19

New Colloquiums for Term 1 and 2 to be added shortly.


Past events 2014-2018

Transnational Law Colloquium archive


Transnational Legal Education - What is at stake? Perspectives from Argentina, Afghanistan and Japan
Monday 7 November 2016, 4.30-6.30pm, SW1.18

Arbitral Lawmaking and State Power: An Empirical Analysis of Investor-State Arbitration 
Monday 14 November 2016, 4-6pm, SW1.17


2015-16 Schedule

Why NO to Transnational Law
Monday 23 November 2015, 5-7pm, SW1.17

Researching Transnational Legal Orders
Monday 26 October 2015, 5-7pm, SW1.09

Standardisation of Oil and Gas Law: The Emergence of Transnational Layers of Governance
Monday 28 September 2015, 4-6pm, SW1.17

2014-15 Schedule

Wednesday 14 January - TRANSNATIONAL LAW SIGNATURE LECTURE with Professor Annelise Riles, in collaboration with the Transnational Law Colloquium, 5-6.30pm

See the report on Professor Riles' visit and watch her lecture/listen to her interview here.

Tuesday 20 January - Multinational Corporations' Foreign Human Rights Conduct: Experiences and Avenues of Domestic Litigation , Richard Meeran, Partner, Leigh Day

See Richard Meeran's presentation slides here and listen to an interview with with him below:

Tuesday 10 February -  The Global Paradigm: a Dangerous Method? , Professor Horatia Muir Watt, Ecole de droit, Science Po

Listen to an interview with Professor Muir Watt below:

Tuesday 10 March
 - Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights: Beyond Law Professor Fiona de Londras,  Durham Law School 

Listen to an interview with Professor Fiona de Londras below:

Tuesday 24 March - Contracts and Meta-Regulation in Transnational Private Governance, Professor Colin Scott, University College Dublin 

Listen to an interview with Professor Colin Scott below:

Tuesday 28 April -
 Decolonizing the International Court of Justice: The Experience of Judge Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan in the South West Africa CasesDr Victor Kattan, NUS

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