About the Institute
The Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law acts as a centre for research on current issues relating to all fields of commercial and corporate law. Members of the Institute are involved in a wide variety of projects, covering topics such as international commercial arbitration and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, secured transactions law, governance of non-profit organisations, money laundering, commercial fraud, competition law, international trade, consumer law, harmonisation of law, and the development of commercial law.
Most of the members of the Institute are involved in the LLM (International Trade and Commercial Law), as module leaders, dissertation supervisors, or both. In addition, they may be able to offer postgraduate research supervision.