International and European law
Our research into International and European law scrutinises transnational laws, so that they're better understood and can work better. It also examines comparatively foreign national law.
Executives, courts and officials have used our researchers’ work in their decisions and writings, for example, on the Indian Constitution and on legal practice in arbitration cases in the oil and gas industry.
Our work is frequently published in leading academic journals within the field, including the Journal of World Investment & Trade, Transnational Dispute Management, and the European Law Journal.
Our research covers the following topics
- International business law
- International energy law
- International investment law
- International commercial arbitration
- Interactions between trade, investment and human rights within emerging economies
- Comparative Public Law
- Illegal ivory trading within national and international antiques trade
- Operation of the European Convention of Human Rights
- International economic law, including its regulatory role and application in the economic reconstruction of post-conflict states
- European Banking Law
Recent publications include:
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 1–14, doi: 10.1177/1023263X19830639, Napoleon Xanthoulis, Alexander Turk
Transnational Dispute Management (ISSN 1875-4120, 2018) Professor Munir Maniruzzaman
Building Consensus on European Consensus: Judicial Interpretation of Human Rights in Europe and Beyond (2019), p.1-26, doi: 10.1017/9781108564779, Panos Kapotas, Vassilis P. Tzevelekos
Cambridge University Press, New York, 2014, Professor Shubhankar Dam
Discover our areas of expertise
International and European law is 1 of 3 areas of expertise within our Law research area. Explore the others below.
Research in this area covers topics including employment protection, data protection, the regulation and governance of companies, and how the law affects people throughout their lives
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