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The Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP) at Harvard Law School is pleased to collaborate with the Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ) to bring its world-renowned Regional Workshop to Bangkok, Thailand from January 6-11, 2017.
The IGLP Asian Regional Workshop brings together young scholars of law and policy from around the world for intensive peer-to-peer mentoring with faculty from some of the world’s leading universities. It aims to strengthen the next generation of scholars by placing them in collaboration with their global peers and introducing them to cutting edge research across a variety of disciplines. The week features a stimulating series of writing workshops, roundtable discussions, lectures, and intensive courses on topics such as human rights, global finance, development, and regulation.
The Institute for Global Law and Policy (IGLP) at Harvard Law School is pleased to announce the first Asian Regional Workshop, hosted and sponsored by the Thailand Institute of Justice in Bangkok, Thailand from January 6-11, 2017. Inaugurated in 2015, the IGLP Regional Workshop is an intensive, regionally-focused residential program that brings together an international cohort of young doctoral scholars, post-doctoral scholars and junior faculty for intensive collaboration, mentoring, and cross-training.
IGLP’s signature Workshops aim to strengthen the next generation of scholars by placing them in collaboration with their global peers as they develop innovative ideas and alternative approaches to issues of global law, economic policy, social justice and governance. The 2017 IGLP Regional Workshop will focus on how these issues relate to ongoing legal and policy debates throughout Asia and across the world, while offering unparalleled opportunities to strengthen participants’ writing and research.
We will convene our next intensive global Workshop for young scholars and university faculty in Madrid in July 2016 in collaboration with Complutense University. Scholars from around the world will come together for a week of serious collaboration and intensive debate with our global senior mentoring faculty. The core of the Workshop will be comprised of a series of intensive writing workshops which will facilitate peer-to-peer conversations in small groups with careful mentoring from the faculty. The Workshop will conclude with a one day Conference addressing crucial issues of contemporary world political economy convened by UCM Rector Carlos Andradas.
This initiative builds on the close link between Harvard and Complutense University forged more than twenty-five years ago through the establishment of the Real Colegio Complutense, a joint venture by our two universities. The global Workshop is generously supported and hosted by Santander Universities which has long been a friend and sponsor of the Institute and our Workshop, supporting our growing global network of innovative academics working on the most pressing issues of global law and policy. We are pleased to bring the Workshop they joined us in establishing six years ago home to Madrid!
This year’s program, supported by our terrific resident Fellows, will include many of our signature activities. Details on all our upcoming events can always be found right here on our website. Beyond lectures, student conferences and roundtables at Harvard, we have planned an exciting series of international events this year. As always, the year will […]
Jorge Esquirol, IGLP core faculty member and longtime collaborator, was recently named the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Law at the University of Trento in Italy for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Distinguished Chair program is considered the most prestigious of all Fulbright awards. There are only 40 of them each year in all disciplines […]
The Institute for Global Law and Policy to hosted a series of intriguing programs. Over 425 participants from 78 countries came together at Harvard Law School. Throughout the course of the two days of the conference, 80 panels convened to share research, engage in discussion, and collaborate on prominent issues of international law. IGLP’s June 2015 events […]
Luis Eslava and Rose Parfitt were pleased to announce the launch of the new Collaborative Research Network on International Law and Politics with the support of Kent Law School. Launch events were held at the Law and Society Association Conference in Seattle, May 2015. More information about the new CRN and the launch events can be found here.
Maja Savevska, an IGLP Residential Fellow, shares her article “Polanyian Reading of the Socio-Economic Transformations of the European Union” which was published in the Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Maja Savevska is an IGLP Residential Fellow, and recently received her Ph.D. from the GEM PhD School, Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate on Globalization, EU and Multilateralism.
On Monday, November 17, 2014 the Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard will be co-sponsoring a talk on Lawyers for Power or Powerful Lawyers?: The Role and Functioning of the European Commission’s Legal Service Today. The speaker for the event will be Margarida Afonso, Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs; Member of the Legal Service, European Commission. Ms. […]
Research at IGLP is organized in multi-year projects spearheaded by our affiliated faculty. Together, these projects provide a focal point at Harvard Law School for new thinking in the fields of comparative law, global governance and international law. Find out more about the research projects currently underway at the IGLP.
Noha Aboueldahab (2014 Workshop Docent), shares a rapporteur’s report on the panel that was held at Durham Law School last May, titled “Prosecutions, Politics and Transitions: How criminal justice in the Arab Spring is shaping transitional justice.” The panel was partially funded by the IGLP – Santander Universities grant. Noha Aboueldahab is a ph.D. candidate […]
Jimena Sierra, IGLP Workshop 2014 alum, is pleased to share her latest article “Derecho, minería y (neo) colonialismo. Una aproximación crítica a la regulación de la minería de oro a gran escala en Colombia” (Law, Mining and (Neo)colonialism.) A critical approach to the regulation on large scale gold mining in Colombia), the article is a Spanish language […]
Marcelo Torelly (2013 IGLP Visiting Researcher), is pleased to share the launch of the Inter-American Human Rights Network website, an international research project based in University College London and sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust in which Torelly is participating: http://interamericanhumanrights.org The network’s principal purpose is to foster and coordinate collaborative research into the operations, structure, policies, […]
Melissa Crouch (2014 IGLP Workshop Participant), is pleased to share the news of a recent publication in the Wisconsin International Law Journal that she co-authored, entitled: ‘Cause Lawyers in Indonesia: A House Divided’ 31(3) Wisconsin International Law Journal [Special Edition: Cause Lawyers in Asia] 620-645. The paper explores the tension between the Indonesian legal profession’s […]
Prabhakar Singh, a 2012 IGLP Workshop alum, is pleased to share his new publication “India Before and After the Right of Passage Case” in vol. 5 Asian Journal of International Law (CUP, 2015). Prabhakar Singh is a Faculty of Law at the National University of Singapore.