Southampton Law School

Research Group: Centre for Law, Ethics and Globalisation

Established in March 2009, the Centre for Law, Ethics and Globalisation seeks to respond to a growing demand for wide-ranging, critical thinking on the processes of globalisation and their impact on all aspects of social life and relations. The Centre encourages comparative, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research and serves as a forum for the exchange of  ideas relating to law, ethics and globalisation.

The Centre aims to encourage and promote excellence and creativity in research, foster public discussion and enhance local, national and international dialogue and relations.

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Group Overview

A new Centre has been established within the Law School in response to a growing demand for wide-ranging, critical thinking on the processes of globalisation and their impact on all aspects of social life and relations.  The Centre encourages comparative, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research and serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas relating to law, ethics and globalisation.

Centre Aims

The Centre aims to encourage and promote excellence and creativity in research; foster public discussion and enhance local, national and international dialogue and relations; add to the University is existing reputation for innovative, world-class research; and to enhance the Law School is international reputation for research and expertise, establishing a focal point for cutting-edge research in law, ethics and globalisation among a highly-diverse research community.

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