A series of international events will be held throughout each year on a range of topics related to rule of law and development. Click below for more.
Through its three core components, the Exchange will address key challenges posed by global development and its relationship to the rule of law. It will consider the place of the rule of law in emerging economies, including on issues such as access to justice, administrative justice and corruption. It will also examine the relationship between formal and informal legal systems, and the measurement of success in rule of law interventions. Read more
- RT @BIICL: Presentations from our event on 15 May now available buff.ly/2rIMbcz @BinghamCentre
- RT @GMLspokesman: Thanks @BinghamCentre for lively debate on #ECHR judgments w excellent panel: @BinghamCentre @AIRECentre @PhilipLeach5 @…
- RT @BIICL: Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein gives the Annual Grotius Lecture 2017: 26 June BOOK NOW buff.ly/2qmInyH @BIICL #human rights ht…
Judicial Independence in Latin America
Examining some of the main ways legal systems can support and maintain judicial independence, a vital element of the rule of law, this paper considers the approach of Latin American jurisdictions (suc...
Rule of Law Challenges in Guatemala and Honduras
This blog investigates the tension between fighting corruption and respecting the rule of law, taking Brazil as an example. ...