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Contesting Globalisation Students invited to submit TLI Think! Paper

Posted on 12/09/2017


Congratulations to the Contesting Globalisation module students below on the LLM Transnational Law Pathway who have all achieved a minimum of 70. 

Due to there great results they have all been invited to have their papers published in the TLI Think! Paper series.

TLI Think! A Dickson Poon Transnational Law Institute, King's College London Research Paper Series is an initiative of the Transnational Law Institute (TLI), an interdisciplinary research and teaching centre with a particular focus on transnational and comparative law, legal theory and jurisprudence, collaborative research, and legal education. The TLI Think! Research Paper Series is a platform that will serve, foremost, as a dissemination and discussion hub for work produced at King's College London but also by scholars and practitioners affiliated with the TLI and the annual Transnational Law Summer Institute (TLSI) in the fields of law, legal theory and philosophy, political science and political theory, global governance, sociology and legal geography. 

Please find the students and papers listed below:

Sarah Looney - Breaking Point? An Examination of the Politics of Othering in Brexit Britain

Carla Dietmair - No Easy Way Out - Humanitarian Visas at the Nexus of Refuge, Migration and Development

Javier De Belaundas De Cardenas  - Contesting from the Screen: A Review of Ken Loach's Film 'I, Daniel Blake'

Tommaso Olivieri - Lost Legitimacy in Twenty-first Century Europe: Why Democracy Must Reinvent Itself in the Era of Globalisation

Abdullah Azzam - Globalization, Nation-States and Imperiality: Limits and Scope of Resistance

Emily Webster - The Economisation of Climate Change: An Assessment of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme

Daniel Sayahpour - The Future of Social Rights in Europe: In between Nostalgia and Hopefulness




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