Past Projects

 

Year:
2022

This legal training manual is a comprehensive material developed to train professionals on the Law against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Nigeria.

Year:
2022

This legal training manual is a comprehensive material developed to train professionals on the Law against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Senegal.

Year:
2022

This legal literacy community training manual is an illustrated description of the national legal framework on FGM/C and of a selection of existing case law in Guinea in order to improve legal literacy within communities speaking different languages and/or for illiterate members

Year:
2022

This legal training manual is a comprehensive material developed to train professionals on the Law against Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) in Guinea.

Year:
2022

This legal community training manual is an illustrated description of the anti-Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) Law and existing case law in Guinea-Bissau. The illustrations describe each article of the anti-FGM/C law in order to improve legal literacy in respect to FGM/C within communities speaking different languages and/or for illiterate members.

Year:
2022

This legal training manual is a comprehensive material developed to train professionals on the Law against Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) in Guinea Bissau.

Year:
2018

This article aims to show how the provisional measures ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights positively impacted Brazilian public policies related to juveniles deprived of their liberty. 
 

Fulbright Scholar-H.H.Humphrey Program at WCL/AU

Public Prosecutor in Brazil– MPES;

Auxiliary Member at the National Council of

Public Prosecution Office in Brazil– CNMP

Year:
2017
This Assessment is conducted as part of a larger platform established in 2016 through a joint World Bank and UNHCR initiative to support Afghanistan’s forcibly displaced population. The platform aims to inform and support the dialogue between stakeholders in Afghanistan
Year:
2017

ELI Business Rescue Report contains 115 recommendations on a wide  variety of themes affected by the rescue of financially distressed businesses: the legal rules for professions and courts, contract law, treatment and ranking of creditors’ claims, labour law, laws relating to transaction avoidance and corporate law, all focused on business rescue, including specifying specific rules for MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium sized businesses).

Year:
2017

This article seeks to inform the potential of bioprinting (3D printing of human organs), the legal aspects of the technology, its patentability, regulation, and ethical considerations. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (Patent Office) has already granted some bioprinting patents and many more patent applications are pending.2 Although these patents are presumed valid, the validity of some of these might be litigated in due course, as the technology advances and the market expands.

Year:
2017

In the inaugural white paper, we discuss the concept of water security and identify the nexuses that reflect the relationships that represent water security.

Year:
2016
Lex:lead sponsors its interns who have won the Lex:lead scholarship to work with Global Forum members for short period of time. This year, fifteen students have won this scholarship and are interested by this unique partnership. The group would like to hear from Global Forum partners able to use the services of a Lex:lead law student in its work this year in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia.
Year:
2016
The Law and Development Institute, in collaboration with Emory University Master’s in Development Practice Program, offers the Law and Development Program (LDP), a short-term online training course in law and development leading to the Diploma or the Certificate in Law and Development at the election of registrants. The LDP is designed for government officials from both developing and developed countries, professionals from international organizations and NGOs, lawyers, consultants, and students interested in learning the role of law, legal frameworks, and institutions (LFIs) for economic development.
Year:
2016
Falsified and substandard medicines (FS) are a known public health problem. FS medicines represent various threats to patients: they may contain an insufficient amount or no active ingredient, or dangerous ingredients. Drug resistance, treatment failure and death have been associated with these products. While the prevalence in developed markets is likely below 1%, it is estimated that up to and more than 15% of all drugs sold in developing countries constitute a threat to patients.