CENTRE FOR COMMERCIAL LAW AND FINANCIAL REGULATION (CCLFR)

CCLFRThe CENTRE FOR COMMERCIAL LAW AND FINANCIAL REGULATION (CCLFR) was founded by the School of Law and ICMA Centre in 2011 as a forum for stimulating and conducting research and for disseminating knowledge on international commercial law and financial regulation.

Our academic staff contribute regularly to policy development and law reform, by acting as consultants to governments, commissions and practitioners, and by engaging in debate through conferences and public fora.

From its creation a core part of CCLFR’s mission has been to combine excellence in research with excellence in teaching. It is a leading centre for postgraduate studies in commercial law, providing a stimulating environment in which students benefit from learning from leading academics who regularly invite experienced practitioners to participate in their teaching provision. A focus on international, comparative and multi-disciplinary perspectives is a key characteristic of teaching within CCLFR, and its students have access to modules run not only by the School of Law, but also by ICMA, Henley Business School, and the Department of Economics.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR


Dr Andrea Miglionico
a.miglionico@reading.ac.uk

MEMBERS

Mimi Zou

Kyriaki Noussia

Christine Riefa

Yong Han

Wangwei Lin

Kieran Lee Marshall

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES


CONTACT US



Our new Professor of Public International Law, Marko Milanovic, directs @UniRdg_GLAR while
providing expert advice internationally. Explore our postgraduate programmes on offer:
https://t.co/Z5LwmZtie0 https://t.co/f3hpRD50nU

UniRDG_Law photo



Considering studying a postgraduate legal training course? Start your journey with The @UniversityofLaw at the University of Reading this September. Apply now: https://t.co/PUczoS2ATK campus&utm_campaign=INTLTAReadingSocial&utm_ID=40739 https://t.co/BCBxPrd5Pd



Our Head of School, Professor James Devenney, is a world-leading expert in transnational
commercial law. Explore our postgraduate programmes on offer:
https://t.co/Z5LwmZtie0 https://t.co/rSxsJNHZLT

UniRDG_Law photo



Professor Thérèse Callus, a family law expert @UniRDG_Law, considers the case of 12 year old Archie Battersbee and why the need is to inform, not reform the law, when making life-support decisions.

You can read it here: https://t.co/r5uARgn6hs https://t.co/eHwUEk7LFq

UniRDG_Law photo