Centre for Global Law and Innovation
The Centre for Global Law and Innovation (CGLI) brings together scholars with an interest in drivers of innovation and global regulatory trends in law. Taking a broad and inclusive approach to innovation, the work of our members focuses on areas such as trade, procurement, investment, finance, intellectual property, information technology, regulation and health law.
The CGLI brings together experts in digital economies, intellectual property, European and international trade, investment treaties and development.
CGLI scholars produce research that addresses, interrogates, and responds to contemporary issues in national, transnational and global law and innovation from legal, regulatory and policy perspectives.
The Centre for Global Law and Innovation connects with leading legal researchers and teachers across a broad range of legal disciplines.
The CGLI offers world-leading teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in all areas of law and policy that fall within the Centre's remit.
- Dr Asma Vranaki in new multi-million-pound centre to protect citizens online 14 October 2020
- Can Technology and Innovation Make Learning and Practising Law Better? 10 September 2020
- Publication: ‘Legal Perspectives on Sustainability’ 22 April 2020
To find out more about the Centre please contact the Director:
Professor Albert Sanchez-Graells - email
The CGLI encourages all members of staff - and the postgraduate research community - with cognate interests to join and participate in the research and activities of the centre.