Every year the Center for Transnational Legal Studies encourages its faculty to engage in innovative research collaborations in different fields of transnational law and governance. The unique environment CTLS provides facilitates knowledge exchange about legal systems, research methodologies, and jurisprudential perspectives. The weekly colloquium, New Perspectives in Transnational Legal Studies, sees the presentation of work in progress by leading thinkers in the field. Our Spring and Summer Conferences provide a forum for academics and practitioners of law and governance to exchange ideas and have led to research publications involving partner schools and scholars from further afield.
2016-2017 Lectures in Transnational Justice Series:
Peer Zumbansen on 'Globalization's Elusive Search for Justice: Categories, Maps, Interventions'
2016-2017 Colloquium Series: