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From 18 to 22 May 2015, the Perelman Centre will run the first edition of the Brussels Global Law Week. After the New York Global Law Week (2011) and the London Global Law Summit held in February 2015, the capital of Europe is ready to launch its own forum on the globalization of law.
Reuniting theory and practice, the Brussels Global Law Week will be an annual forum open to academics, researchers, students, NGOs, legal practitioners, regulators and decision-makers to discuss issues of law & globalization. Each year, special attention will be drawn to both research in global and transnational legal theory and practical issues in specific sectors. In 2015, special focus will be given to the regulation of global finance. Here you can find the program.