Global governance involves the exercise of power and authority by international organizations, private entities, and national government agencies reaching beyond a single state. This seminar addresses the design, problem structures, and current and future legal regulation of these exercises of power, including through accountability requirements of transparency, participation, reason-giving, and liability (“global administrative law”). One focus is megaregional-scale ordering projects, such as the 11-country Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and China’s Belt & Road, including effects on regulation, on third parties, and on justice. A second focus is globalization and automation more broadly, and ways of legally managing its implications for jobs, equality, life-capabilities, and justice. Who are the winners and losers in these processes? A third focus is private governance, which is rising in importance as inter-governmental institutions face intensified challenges from nationalist or populist political forces. The seminar provides an opportunity to become involved in NYU’s pathbreaking GAL project, Megaregionals project, and Infrastructure project.