Center on Global Legal Transformation Marks First Anniversary
New York, Sept. 7, 2011—The Center on Global Legal Transformation, one of the newest additions to Columbia Law School’s broad range of academic centers and programs, has reached its first anniversary.
Pistor is also a member of an interdisciplinary committee on global thought made up of a group of scholars from throughout Columbia University. This collaboration, Pistor said, led to a jointly sponsored colloquium on governing interdependence that held meetings throughout the academic year, primarily featuring Columbia scholars. Invited scholars tackled the question how to govern in a globalizing world but without a central global government, a diverse array of issues, including the regulation of food security, fair trade in the world coffee market, and transnational migration.