The objective of the 'Research to Practice' project is to foster understanding of the relationship between rule of law and development. It aims to do this by developing empirical and comparative knowledge on what works and what does not in rule of law interventions, encourage discussions on their impact, as well as to identify good practice, research gaps, and ways forward. Finally, the project aims to discuss the role and impact of academics, practitioners and the legal profession more generally on rule of law and development.
The project includes two outputs:
2. A webcast
The Bob McDonnell case and the Trump administration: implications for the prosecution of corruption in the US, the UK and the rest of the world
This blog investigates the tension between fighting corruption and respecting the rule of law, taking Brazil as an example. ...