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Tue, May 16, '17
12pm - 3:30pm
Doing International Economic Law Differently? Socio-Legal Methodologies and the Study of International Trade, Investment and Financial Law
OC.1.04, Oculus Building, University of Warwick, Coventry

This event aims to explore how different methodological and conceptual approaches to the study of international economic law can enhance understanding of IEL’s increasingly complex landscape. Drawing on their own research experiences in the fields of international investment law, trade law and financial law, our speakers (Dr Lorenzo Cotula, Dr James Harrison, and Dr Celine Tan) will reflect on how socio-legal and contextual approaches are contributing towards framing and understanding their domains of study. They will go on to explore how such approaches can provide vital methodological frameworks for the future development of scholarship on international economic law and its relationship to broader debates about globalisation.

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