The Urban Law Day is a specialised forum aiming to bring together a multidisciplinary circle of academics and practitioners interested in urban legislation, including planners, architects, policy makers, economists, urbanises, and lawyers. The purpose of the Urban Law Day is to facilitate discussion, the exchange of views, networking, and the presentation of new research findings or emerging issues.
The Urban Law Day 2017 is scheduled for the 14th July 2017 at the IALS and will focus on legal issues linked to the implementation of the New Urban Agenda that was adopted by the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) on the 20th October 2016.
Urban Law Day: Presentations
Legislative Quality in Urban Law
Effectiveness as a challenge for development
Urban development, private investment and regulation
Good Law - How can it contribute to inclusion?
Urban development and Urban law: topics for a research agenda
Urban Law Day
The annual Urban Law Day, jointly organised by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) was held on 6th July 2015. Speakers included Dr Maria Mousmouti, one of the Directors of the Clinic and also IALS Professor Helen Xanthaki.
Urban Law Day: Exercises and Workshop Notes
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), in partnership with the United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat), invite applications for a research degree (MPhil/PhD) studentship at IALS in this area of urban law.