The Law School Global League will be holding its Deans’ Meeting in Madrid, on March 17 and 18, at IE Law School’s premises. Católica Global School of Law will be represented by its Executive Dean, Tito Rendas, and Gonçalo Saraiva Matias, former Co-President of the League. Armando Rocha, former Associate Dean of Católica Global School of Law, will be presenting the League’s new research group on Environmental Law.
In the words of Tito Rendas, “Católica Global School of Law owes its genesis to the phenomenon of legal globalization. The school was founded to respond to the need to provide students and the wider academic community with training and research on global law – a need that, before our school, no institution had addressed in Portugal. We therefore entirely share in the League’s ethos and we’re very proud to be active members of this prestigious network”.
Founded in 2012 by a group of leading law schools from around the globe, the Law Schools Global League aims at supporting legal education and research worldwide. Extending across 24 countries from five continents, it serves as a platform to foster academic debate on the impact of globalized law, legal practice and legal education.