[Updating of this page ended in 2011, thereafter GAL Events have been included in other IILJ lists. This page remains as an archive.]
At NYU School of Law
March 31-April 1, 2011
Global Regulatory Governance and Global Administrative Law Workshop
September 13-14, 2010
Indicators as a Technology of Global Governance Conference — a meeting of academics, practitioners, NGO representatives, and policy makers.
Program (with video webcast of most sessions)
December 4, 2008
Fall Semester 2008
NYU Hauser Colloquium on Globalization and Its Discontents
October 27, 2007
Workshop on Competition Law in Developing Countries
Fall Semester 2006
NYU Globalization Colloquium on Global Administrative Law
November 17, 2006
Workshop on Accountability in Global Regulatory Governance
April 22-23, 2005
Global Administrative Law Conference: National and International Accountability Mechanisms for Global Regulatory Governance
January 30, 2004
NYU Global Administrative Law Round Table Discussion
Around the World
April 26-27, 2010, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia
Indicators Conference: Midiendo el Derecho: el uso de indicadores en el ejercicio poder global – a meeting of academics, practitioners, NGO representatives, and government officials. Event flyer, agenda, and conference webpages (Spanish).
October 16-17, 2009, University of San Andres, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires Workshop book publication: El Nuevo Derecho Administrativo Global: Desafíos para las inversiones extranjeras, la regulación nacional y el financiamiento para el desarrollo en América Latina.
May 22-23, 2009, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Beijing GAL Workshop in Tsinghua University, co-sponsored by NYU School of Law and Tsinghua University School of Law.
The conference focused on the legal issues brought about by the globalization. The areas covered by the conference included legal aspects of: 1. environment, energy and climate, 2. intellectual property, 3. international finance, trade and investment, 4. international economic regulation and developing countries, 5. food safety, medical service and public health, 6. interactions between international rules and institutions and domestic law and institutions in these fields, 7. general theory of global regulatory governance and global administrative law. The aim was to explore the processes by which rules are made and regulatory institutions operate in these areas, including critiques and proposals for possible improvements or innovations.
May 3-5, 2009, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
IILJ-Hauser Global Conference in Abu Dhabi: “Climate Change: Financing Green Development”. This conference addressed the structure, regulation, and governance of the various forms of climate finance in relation to investment and development in developing countries. It represents the first concerted effort to address this critical complex of issues. The conference engaged not only academics but representatives of the climate finance industry, developing countries, multinational businesses, international organizations, and NGOs.
April 24-25, 2009, Monterrey Mexico
Round Table on Global Administrative Law Convened by the IILJ in conjunction with meetings of the International Association of Administrative Law and the Mexican Administrative Law Association. Speakers included NYU Law Professors Robert Howse, Christina Rodriguez, and Richard Stewart.
March 20-21, 2009
Practical Legal Problems of International Organizations: A Global Administrative Law Perspective on Public/Private Partnerships, Accountability, and Human Rights
March 18-20, 2008
Cape Town Global Administrative Law Workshop: Global Administrative Law Issues in the African Region
January 5-6, 2008
New Delhi Global Administrative Law Conference: India, the South, and the Shaping of Global Administrative Law
November 9, 2007
Nations Administrative Tribunal (UNAT) Conference: International Administrative Tribunals in a Changing World (Book Published 2008)
Buenos Aires Global Administrative Law Conference