TransLaw research group info
Science field: Legal and social sciences
Science area: Law and national legislation
Principal investigator: Dr. Luis I. Gordillo ( gordillo [at] deusto [dot] es )
Institution: University of Deusto (School of Law)
Main research lines
- Public institutions reform in a multilevel and transnacional context, interordinal relations, Fragmentation of the Law, Judicial Dialogue
- Public intervention in Economy, Competition Law, Criminal Liability of Legal Persons
- New skills for new jobs
Infrastructure of the group and networks
One of the members (Prof. Canedo) holds a Jean Monnet Chair Holder.
This research group supports also 1 Erasmus Mundus Master Course (Transnational Trade Law and Finance), 2 Phd Programs (one in Transnational Trade Law within the ATLAS doctorate network and another in Law and Economics) and 2 others Master Courses in Maritime Law and Commercial Law.
International Network membership of this research group includes: ADR programs with US Universities, Deusto Law Network, ATLAS doctorate program, Tuning in Law, RISE, The European Union from a comparative perspective (EUCP), Transnational, International and Comparative Law and Policy Network (TICLP).
The Group also supports a Legal Journal, "Estudios de Deusto. Deusto School of Law Review", ISSN: 0423-4847
Any other significant information about the group
Up to know, we have hosted 2 Ikerbasque Fellowships (Prof. Craig Scott and Prof. Josh Stulberg) and a number of visiting scholars.
This research group welcomes potential Ikerbasque fellowships (and self funded fellows), pre- and post-doctoral researchers willing to spend a research stay with us. The research lines are:
- Public sector reform, ADR, Access to justice and judicial dialogue.
- International Organizations, Fragmentation of the Law and its impact within Companies.
- Competition (Antitrust) Law.
- Public intervention within the Economy.
- Criminal liability of Companies within the Transnational Context.
- Dissemination and Spread strategies and methodologies within the research process.
Should you be interested in any kind of collaboration with our research group, please contact us: