TransLaw

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

  1. Public institutions reform in a multilevel and transnacional context, interordinal relations, Fragmentation of the Law, Judicial Dialogue
  2. Public intervention in Economy, Competition Law, Criminal Liability of Legal Persons
  3. 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:

translaw [at] deusto [dot] es

http://research.transnational.deusto.es