About the University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre
The University of Nottingham Commercial Law Centre (UNCLC) is committed to the promotion of research excellence in the field of commercial law as well as the impact of research on commercial law reform and development, nationally and internationally.
Members of the UNCLC include recognised leaders in their fields, who contribute to the mission of the centre through a broad and varied range of research original empirical data collection, doctrinal studies, and interdisciplinary partnerships. Their publications and collaborations include work with other leading academic institutions, as well as governments, intergovernmental organisations, and standard-setting bodies.
UNCLC seeks to develop and reform commercial law around key areas including business and human rights, businesses regulation, intellectual property, consumer law, corporate, restructuring and insolvency, and international trade and maritime law. It also takes on key and current challenges, such as the impact of covid-19 and the climate crisis. As a hub for scholars, practitioners, and professionals around the globe, we are providing foundations for change with lasting positive impacts.
Co-Directors of the UNCLC
We help turn innovation into progress.
We tirelessly search for ways to improve laws and policies to support a sustainable and vibrant economy.