Events

CEL hosts a number of events aimed at engaging public groups and informing them of our research. Our Annual Lecture series has seen such esteemed speakers as Lawrence Lessig and Jonathan Wolff.

We also host think tanks, which are invitation only events designed to foster focused discussion on topical and specialist issues amongst thought leaders across disciplines.


Upcoming CEL Events

Historicity of Financial Crime

On the Historicity of Financial Crime

The Origins of Modern Financial Crime: Historical foundations and current problems in Britain (Abingdon: Routledge, 2014) provides a multidisciplinary analysis of ‘the problem’ of financial crime in the ‘commercial sphere’ in Britain. It reflects the longstanding view that the challenges presented by financial crime, which are both enforcement and perceptually oriented, as they are understood by academic scholars and also practitioners and regulators and policymakers, merit an analysis drawing on contributions from many academic disciplines.  More...

Starts: Feb 10, 2015 6:00:00 PM

Professor John Ruggie

CEL Annual Lecture - Embedding Global Markets: Lessons from Business and Human Rights

The lesson starts with a powerful, consensus-based normative framework based on consultation with all key stakeholders, which shows what businesses and states should do, and which is made operational through guiding principles that provide a blueprint for how to do it.  More...

Starts: Feb 25, 2015 6:00:00 PM

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