In an increasingly globalised world, law and legal issues often have a dimension that is not confined by national boundaries.
The Role of International Courts in Today’s World
Sir Michael Wood will draw on his experience of advising the UK and other Governments, in order to assess the potential contribution of international courts and tribunals in the world of 2017.Register here>
About the centre
The Sheffield Centre for International and European Law is actively involved in the dissemination of research, forging research links with other national and international academic institutions, research centres and think-tanks and in working with governments, international institutions and NGOs.Our aims and expertise> Our seminars> Our members>
Research in the Centre focuses on the international and European aspects of legal issues, and more broadly draws on the School’s strengths in many forms of International, European and Comparative Law to consider the wider implications of current problems and the function of law in a globalised world.Human Rights Forum> EU Discussion Group> International Law Discussion Group>
Our members include a wide variety of experts and experienced researchers in the field