The International and Comparative Law Center, established in 2011 at MC Law, broadly examines transnational legal regulation in relation to economics, politics, religion, and society. The research agenda of the Center is aimed to foster an interdisciplinary, research-based forum for innovative collaboration and heterodox scholarship by emerging and established scholars from diverse geographic, ideological, and disciplinary perspectives to address the growing challenges facing contemporary global governance. The Center works with the International Law Student Association to organize regular events and support research projects, and also assists in coordinating MC Law’s Summer Abroad program. Please click on the links to the right hand side of the page to learn more about these initiatives.
Assistant Professor of Law