Distinguished Visitor Mentor

Lessons to be learned from and for law and development doctrine in the context of global law

In the traditional law and development doctrine the main goal was economic, since the legal development was needed to enable economic growth. Today, strengthening of the rule of law links with a variety of goals as can be illustrated by the example of the United Nation's (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The goal is about promoting just, peaceful and inclusive societies. Law is, however, not only relevant for that one, but in fact needed for reaching all the other goals as well.

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