The Brexit Deal: A Less Perfect Union or a More Flexible Compact?

Assessing the Draft EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement>

Book Launch: Megaregulation Contested

Robert O. Keohane and Katharina Pistor will join editors, contributors, colleagues and friends for a discussion of global economic governance and its future>

Facing the Challenge: Regulating Innovation

An open conversation with Cristie Ford>

IILJ Discussion at WTO MC11 in Buenos Aires

Join us to exchange ideas about analyzing, critiquing, and developing alternative approaches to global economic agreements.>

IBL Symposium: Nationalism, Regionalism & Globalism: The Future of Economic Integration

At Brooklyn Law School, sponsored by the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law. >

ASIL Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law>

International Meeting on Law and Society 2017 in Mexico City

Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association>

Mega-Regionalism After TPP Workshop

Discussing TPP and its ambition of mega-region building after the US presidential election.>

Public Conversation with WTO DG Roberto Azevêdo

Rob Howse will kick off the conversation>

Roundtable on the African Continental Free Trade Agreement and Human Rights

Discussion between James Gathii, Kim Burnett, David Luke, and Susan Mathews who will be joined by Angelina Fisher, Edefe Ojomo, and Paul Mertenskötter from NYU Law.>

MegaReg Lunchtalk: China and the Megaregionals

MegaReg will host a lunch talk with Heng Wang on China's approach to international economic law>

Megaregulation after TPP Conference with UNU & GRIPS in Tokyo

This conference is part of a book project on 'Contested Mega-Regulation after TPP'>

ASIL International Economic Law Interest Group meeting

MegaReg will present a paper on the Trans-Pacific Partnership as Mega-Regulation >