News from CCLS
Professor Duncan Matthews comments on vaccine nationalism in the UK for Wired
The LGBT+ Undergraduate of the Year Award 2020 with Clifford Chance recognises the range of endeavors and achievements made by LGBT+ students
The Policy Brief was published by T20, the Think Tank attached to the G20, as part of their Trade, Investment and Growth Task Force
This book explores the contribution that international economic law generally defined make to the rule of law at national and international levels
He was awarded at the UN Summer Academy 2020
Professor Duncan Matthews has written an opinion piece for The Conversation in which he argues that the Covid-19 pandemic has been a game changer and biopharma companies need to face up to a new reality.
Professor Johanna Gibson speaks to The Independent
Professor Duncan Matthews interviewed in Nature
Research from the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London has contributed to the development of arbitration intelligence reports. These reports provide lawyers with specialist data about arbitrators for the first time.
Professor Duncan Matthews speaks about the need for safety approvals for Russia's new Covid-19 vaccine
Covid-19 vaccine nationalism and supply chain transparency
12 August 2020
Professor Duncan Matthews speaks to This Morning radio show in Seoul about Covid-19 vaccine nationalism
Professor Duncan Matthews explains compulsory licensing and Crown Use in the i newspaper
Secretive European Union Body Is Facing Calls To Open Up
7 August 2020
Professor Christiana HJI Panayi speaks to Law360 about the changes to the European Union's Code of Conduct Group for business taxation
Professor Malik Dahlan has penned an essay for the Harvard International Law Journal examining the increasing challenges facing investors and states given the lack of an overriding Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) authority nor multilateral framework.
Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law at Queen Mary University of London, has published a new book: EU Energy Law and Policy: The external dimension, Eliva Press, 2020
The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London has started its intellectual property (IP) training programme for judges in Ukraine.
The Conversation has published an article by Professor Duncan Matthews, addressing Covid-19, vaccine nationalism and the lack of transparency in supply chain deals
The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London is supporting a free legal advisory service in Nairobi, Kenya, in collaboration with Strathmore University.
The GAR Awards are the most high-profile annual events in the field of International Arbitration
Professor Rosa Lastra has co-written a letter in the Financial Times in response to an article suggesting that policymakers have not focused on how to restrain excessive leverage
Professor Julia Hornle discussed international gambling regulation on the BBC World Service Radio
Argentina: restructuring in the time of Covid-19
16 June 2020
Professor Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal was featured in the Financial Times speaking on sovereign debt
This project will reconsider the intersection between law and economics with an emphasis on the contribution that law can make to economic conceptions of money
Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas publishes his work on the transition to decentralized energy in a new article