About Us

The Global Rule of Law Exchange is a new project of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law in London and supported by law firm Jones Day.

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

The three core components are:

Events A series of international events will be held throughout each year on a range of topics related to rule of law and development.

Project Work In collaboration with the Centre and other partners, fieldwork, research, training and capacity-building as well as practical assistance will be undertaken.

Knowledge Exchange Research findings, ideas and debates generated through the Exchange will be published on this website, although a number of other channels will also be used. See the call for practice notes

Project Lead

Mat Tromme is the Project Lead for the Exchange and Senior Research Fellow in Development and the Rule of Law. See Mat's profile here. Or contact him

Download our Flyer

You can also download a flyer for the Exchange here, or by clicking on the below image.


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