The Feminist Judgments in Central and Eastern Europe (FJ-CEE) Project expands the kaleidoscope of existing feminist judgments projects with an unprecedented comparative regional initiative covering post-socialist civil law jurisdictions.
The Information Technology Law Collective is an informal and open network of scholars in the London area who meet and exchange ideas about contemporary challenges and issues on topics including data, the Internet, and emerging digital technologies.
Lex-Atlas: Covid-19 (LAC19) provides a scholarly report and analysis of national legal responses to Covid-19 around the world. There are nearly 200 jurists participating in the network and have contributed to writing national country reports.
UCL Laws brings together a vibrant group of researchers working on private law, whose activities include critical doctrinal analysis of obligations and property law, legal history, legal theory and comparative law.
The Waste Law Reading Group is a community of Early Career Researcher academics working on waste law. The Group’s mission is to develop the ECR academic waste law community both within the UK and internationally.