“To build together a better world”: A reflection on the King’s Transnational Law Summit

The King’s Transnational Law Summit (KTLS), held in London this April and hosted by the Transnational Law Institute of King’s College London, was a rare event for a law school: a four-day meeting of hundreds of legal practitioners, scholars and students, among them a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and constitutional court judges, but also activists, … Continue reading “To build together a better world”: A reflection on the King’s Transnational Law Summit

Events at King’s College London examine Paris Agreement from different angles

The UNFCCC Paris Agreement has rightly sparked a great deal of interest in the direction of international climate change law and governance. I was fortunate to participate in a couple of great panel discussions on the topic this month at King's College London. As part of KCL's Green Week, Dr Megan Bowman from King's Law, Jose … Continue reading Events at King’s College London examine Paris Agreement from different angles

Interview: Megan Bowman, ‘Banking on Climate Change’

Dickson Poon School of Law lecturer Dr Megan Bowman's book 'Banking on Climate Change', on climate finance and private financial institutions, was recently launched at King's College London. My interview with Megan on the topic of her book, climate finance and the current Paris climate conference is online at Soundcloud. https://soundcloud.com/kcl_law/interview-with-dr-megan-bowman-banking-on-climate-change 

Article: Climate change in the courts – challenges & future directions

Together with Dr Eloise Scotford and Ioanna Hadjiyianni, I have written a post for OUPBlog on climate change as a challenge for courts of law, including in the areas of litigant standing and the role of constitutional law in responding to climate change. The articles follows on from the recent 'Adjudicating the Future' symposium on … Continue reading Article: Climate change in the courts – challenges & future directions