The seminar series will be on 'Global Jurists: Past, Present and Future', and is co-hosted with CEILA.
New book symposia
Distinguished Visiting Fellow for 2017
Lauren Benton will visit as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow from 15-28 May 2017
Her visit is organised by Dr Maks Del Mar, and is co-hosted by the Departments of Law, History and Geography.
- 25 November 2016 CLSGC – Erasmus Rotterdam Dialogue.
- 22 November 2017 CLSGC-Erasmus Dialogue
Ad Hoc Seminars
Policy Lecture Series
Seminar series on 'Jurisdiction'
New book forum seminars
Ad Hoc Seminars - A Bite of Theory Series
20 April 2015: CLSGC Annual Lecture: Professor Peer Zumbansen
Annual Seminar Series
CLSGC’s 2014-15 Seminar Series is on the theme of 'Beyond Pluralism? Co-Implication, Embeddedness and Interdependency between Public International Law and EU Law'. It is co-convened by two members of the Centre, Dr Paul Gragl and Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax.
Half Day Workshops
New Books Series
'A Bite of Theory'/Ad Hoc Seminars
Some of these events were held under the auspices of the Research Group in Legal Theory and Legal History.
Research Seminars 2013-14
The theme for the Seminar Series in 2013-14 was ‘Transnationalism in History and Theory’:
- 23 October 2013: Professor John Linarelli, Law, University of Swansea 'On the Philosophy of Transnational Law'
- 27 November 2013: Professor Saul Dubow, History, Queen Mary University of London, 'Rights, Constitutionalism, and Political Transition in South Africa'
- 26 February 2014: Dr Charlotte Smith, Law, University of Reading, , 'A Tale of Two Bishops: Colenso, Gray, and the attempt (or not…) to export English ecclesiastical law across the British Empire'
- 19 March 2014: Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, Law, University of Oxford, 'The Brave New World of Transnational Law: From Legal Autonomy to Turbulent Beauty?'
'A Bite of Theory' Seminar Series 2013-14