Global Administrative Law

The Global Administrative Law (GAL) Project is focused on an emerging field of research and practice: the increasing use of administrative law-type mechanisms — in particular those related to transparency, participation, accountability, and review — within the regulatory institutions of global governance. This project has resulted in the publication of over a hundred papers, journal symposia, and the Law and Global Governance book series published by Oxford University Press. The project has fostered collaborations across both developed and developing countries and has engaged a wide set of actors. Most recently, the World Bank has referenced global administrative law in the study of the Bank’s sanctions regime and its recent reforms.

In Memoriam: Richard B. Stewart