The seminar series of the centre brings legal doctrinal analysis and philosophical argument to bear on key questions of globalisation, with an eye to demonstrating that globalisation raises substantive questions of justice, questions that need to be taken very seriously by lawyers and policy-makers at the international and national levels. On the face of it, it seeks to contribute on two levels: first, to subject existing legal institutions to sustained criticism; second to propose new forms of legal regulation by suggesting a fresh way of thinking about the role law can play in a globalised world. By the end of the series, it is hoped, that some more light will have been shed on the content, form and institutional validity of the Constitution of Globalisation.
Jurisprudence Seminars @ LCV
In collaboration with Jurisprudence journal the Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values has initiated a new series of seminars which aim to enable in-depth debate on key aspects of theorizing about law and its relation to analytical moral and political philosophy. With the kind contribution of Hart Publishing this new initiative will enable the regular hosting of distinguished scholars and allow the promotion of cutting edge research. Selected papers will be considered for publication in special issues of Jurisprudence.
The Disputationes Triangulae is an initiative of the Hoover Chair (UCLouvain), RIPPLE (KULouvain) and the LCV (UA) bringing together twice a year political and legal philosophers in the analytical tradition. It provides room for short paper presentations followed by extensive debate. It is coordinated by Helder de Schutter (RIPPLE), Axel Gosseries (Hoover Chair) and Georgios Pavlakos (LCV).