Centre for Law & Business
A successor institution to the former Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), the new Centre for Law & Business seeks to enhance and promote research and educational opportunities for faculty, students, legal practitioners and business executives who share a common interest in the fields of Law, Business and Economics. These opportunities will be encouraged through the Centre's work and sponsorship of seminars, conferences and research endeavours. The Centre for Law & Business will also engage in appropriate research projects commissioned by industry from time to time.
The vision of CLB is to be the leading law centre in Asia in the field of Law and Business, and one of the leading research institutions in this field globally. It will seek to do this through inter-disciplinary work that has a strong comparative law focus, which includes examining the extent to which legal convergence is taking place in a globalized and interconnected world.
Areas of interest include:
|»||Business Organizations: Company Law (including corporate governance and corporate insolvency), Partnership, and other organizational vehicles|
|»||Competition Law and Policy, and Mergers and Acquisitions|
|»||Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law and Policy|
|»||International Business, and International Commercial Litigation|
|»||Logistics and Transportation Law and Policy|
|»||Taxation: Legal, Regulatory, and Accounting Aspects|
To find out more about Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) and its past events, please click here.