In a fast-track legislative procedure, the Israeli parliament passed a major reform to Israeli competition law – the “New Legislation”. The reform includes the relaxation of merger filing thresholds, a Continue Reading
The 2019 Commonwealth Association of Legislation Counsel (CALC) Conference will take place in Zambia, from 1 to 3 April 2019. Deadline for registrations: 11 March More information: here.
The LUMSA (Libera Università degli Studi Maria Ss. Assunta di Roma) is holding the third edition of the Jean Monnet Module on European Approach to Better Regulation. The module will Continue Reading
On 1 to 3 January 2019 a group of legislation scholars and experts from various disciplines and various countries held an International Workshop on Omnibus Legislation, under the auspices of the Continue Reading
Call for speakers| The 6th International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform | Washington D.C. | November 2019
The Sixth International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform will be held at the magnificent DC Bar headquarters building in downtown Washington DC on November 14-15, 2019 . The International Conference Continue Reading
The LUMSA University, as part of the European Erasmus + Program and Jean Monnet activities, launched the EU Approach to Better Regulation project in September 2016, proposing a 40-hour course Continue Reading
The Center for Studies, Technical and Legislative Evaluation, University of Geneve, is organizing lunch-dabates on legislation, legislative evaluation, interdisciplinary research, open not only to lawyers but also members of the Continue Reading
Recent law reforms in Sri Lanka are contributing to reconciliation and good governance. These reforms tackle problems such as missing persons, enforced disappearance and the consolidation of the Auditor General’s Continue Reading
The 2019 and 49th Academic Associatian for Contemporay European Studies (UACES) Annual Conference is being held at the University of Lisbon School of Law, from 1 to 4 September 2019.
The deadline for submiting panel and paper proposals is 20 January 2019.
The Socio – Legal Studies Association (SLSA) and the Scottish Law Comission (SLS), in collaboration with the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Continue Reading