Striking a balance: Researchers urge Ukraine Government to weigh long-term implications of secret patents post-war
17 May 2023
Newly published research paper ‘The War in Ukraine Raises Questions About Patents for Secret Inventions’ calls for the Ukraine Government to consider the long-term implications of keeping patented inventions secret once the conflict ends.
Meetings with IMF Legal Counsel on digitalisation/Fintech and climate change
16 May 2023
On 9 May 2023, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) of Queen Mary University of London and staff of the IMF legal Department hosted a seminar on Digitalisation/FinTech and Climate Change.
UN foray into tax policy will benefit from emerging economies
12 May 2023
Dr Vasiliki Koukoulioti has co-authored an opinion piece for devex on the United Nation's recent resolution on tax coopreration.
Dr Morgandi invited to speak about her latest article at the University of Cambridge
10 May 2023
On 12 May 2023, Dr Tibisay Morgandi will present her latest article, entitled ‘Exiting the Energy Charter Treaty under the Law of Treaties’ at the Lauterpacht Center for International Law (University of Cambridge).
Queen Mary academic awarded prestigious funding on the role of IP in COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing and supply
3 May 2023
Intellectual property law expert in Queen Mary University of London’s School of Law has been awarded highly competitive grant from the British Academy to support ground-breaking work on the role of intellectual property (IP) in COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing and supply.
Queen Mary tech law experts map out constitution for the Metaverse
21 April 2023
Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) hosted international experts to explore legal challenges and opportunities in the video game and interactive entertainment industry.
Success for the Queen Mary team at the 30th Vis Moot Competition
19 April 2023
The team representing Queen Mary University of London at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition (“Vis Moot”) reached the Eighth Finals (round of 16) out of 378 participating Universities across the world.
Professor Lastra appointed Specialist Adviser to the House of Lords' Economics Affairs Committee
18 April 2023
On 28 March, The Economics Affairs Committee of the House of Lords agreed to appoint Professor Rosa Lastra as specialist adviser to assist the committee in its inquiry into the Bank of England: how is independence working?
Queen Mary academics to research insurance solutions to cyber risk
6 April 2023
Professor Miriam Goldby and Dr Franziska Arnold-Dwyer were awarded funding under the 2022-23 British Academy / Leverhulme Small Research Grants scheme for a research project on Public-Private Partnerships in Insurance.
Queen Mary wins at the 2023 Global Arbitration Review Awards
5 April 2023
Professor Maxi Scherer won the award for best prepared and most responsive arbitrator at the Global Arbitration Review Awards, which were held on 30 March 2023.
The Work of the EBA: Single Market and Banking Union
5 April 2023
On 27 March 2023, Dr Despina Chatzimanoli, Senior Legal Expert and Team Leader of Regulatory Policy Advice Team 2 in the Legal and Compliance Unit of the European Banking Authority (EBA), presented the work of the EBA.
Norah Gallagher to speak on The Energy Transition
3 April 2023
On 18 April 2023, Norah Gallagher will take part in a webinar on Why the Energy Transition requires a strengthened regulatory framework? for Franco British Chamber.
qLegal is proud to support sustainable start-ups
3 April 2023
qLegal is delighted to be able to work with some of the start-ups prioritising social responsibility and environmental protection. Eco-friendly, energy-efficient and recyclable products and services are being increasingly developed by sustainability start-ups. “Tech for good” start-ups are focusing on inventing tools, devices, software, and apps to reduce plastic waste, promote vegan diets, analyse and report carbon footprint.
More Than Just a Game VII
23 March 2023
The 2023 edition of our flagship event in the MTJG international conference series is coming back to London with a clear mission – to explore, to challenge, and to inspire our understanding and perception of the next meta-era of the video game and interactive entertainment sector.
Dr Tibisay Morgandi gave a presentation on her research at a climate change conference in Copenhagen
22 March 2023
Options for a Peace Settlement for Ukraine: Option Paper XVIII – Energy
3 March 2023
Energy has played a significant role in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and is likely to play a role in any future peace settlement. Dr Tibisay Morgandi, lecturer in International Energy and Natural Resources Law explains in her newly published paper
Professor Suthersanen discusses genetic resources and traditional Knowledge for WIPO
2 March 2023
Professor Uma Suthersanen was invited by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) to join the Ad Hoc Experts’ Committee for the 46th inter-governmental committee meeting on traditional knowledge (and associated genetic resources) and traditional cultural expressions.
Queen Mary event looks at document production
24 February 2023
An event at the School of International Arbitration of Queen Mary University of London looked at document production from both civil law and common law perspectives and featured insights from Alan Redfern, the inadvertent developer of the Redfern Schedule.
Dr Daniele D’Alvia’s article sheds new light on Special Purpose Acquisition Companies debate
22 February 2023
Cambridge University Press has published an article by Dr D’Alvia, Lecturer in Banking and Finance Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London.
Spreading the love for arbitration
22 February 2023
Joint Research Seminar of the University of Vienna, Queen Mary University of London and University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne by Alejandro Arias de Luna (LLM Paris, class 2022) and Orlando Guterres (LLM London, class 2023)
CCLS Paris Opening Lecture and award ceremony with Jeantet
17 February 2023
On 24 January, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London (Paris) and the Sorbonne Law School invited senior in-house lawyers from three major Paris-based international companies to speak to our Paris LLM students.
Queen Mary's CCLS renews partnership with UNIDROIT
15 February 2023
On 9 February 2023, Queen Mary University of London and the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) signed a Concordat Renewal Agreement to re-launch the Queen Mary-UNIDROIT Institute for Transnational Commercial Law (Queen Mary-UNIDROIT ITCL).
The British Academy funds research at Queen Mary on patent governance for agricultural genome editing technologies
1 February 2023
The British Academy has awarded funding for a two-year research project examining the patent governance of agricultural genome editing in the UK, the EU and Ukraine. The research will be undertaken by Professor Duncan Matthews and Dr Hanna Ostapenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), who will investigate the implications of patent governance for global food security and sustainability.
Professor Goldby gives evidence to the House of Lords on Electronic Trade Documents Bill
31 January 2023
On Thursday 26 January 2023, Professor Miriam Goldby gave evidence on the Electronic Trade Documents Bill to the House of Lords Special Public Bill Committee.
Professor Jonathan Griffiths co-authors paper on Copyright in the Digital Single Market
26 January 2023
This paper addresses a few selected aspects of the implementation of the new mandatory exceptions provided under Articles 3 to 7 of the Directive on Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market (Directive (EU) 2019/790).
Effects of Russia-Ukraine conflict to drive energy disputes, study finds
23 January 2023
The volatile price of raw materials and energy supply are predicted to be primary causes of disputes in the energy sector globally over the next five years.
School of Law PhD Conference call for papers - Law, Society, and Inequality: An Approach Across Disciplines
23 January 2023
This in-person conference will take place on 22-23 June 2023 and will bring together PhD researchers to discuss Law, Society, and Inequality across disciplines.
QMGPI works with the Malaysian Government to provide Cyber Security training for senior officials
17 January 2023
Queen Mary University of London provided training for senior officials from the Malaysian Government on Cyber Security regulations and practice to enable them to work more efficiently.
CCLS co-organises conference on Central Bank Mandates in an Evolving World
21 December 2022
On 1 and 2 December 2022, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) of Queen Mary University of London and the Legal Directorate of the Bank of England hosted a conference on Central Bank Mandates in an Evolving World.
Queen Mary initiatives contribute to research on making debt-related communications more effective
21 December 2022
Two Queen Mary students joined lawtech start-up, Amplified Global and debt advice charity, StepChange as they presented their Mixed Messages report at the Financial Conduct Authority. The students had taken part in qLegal-led interdisciplinary research for Amplified Global in support of their mission to improve legal and financial communication, and in furtherance of Queen Mary’s SKETCH initiative.