The European Union’s government of Covid-19 as an emergency

Presentation in the Critical Legal Conference 2022: Liminalities in Tromso on August 31 – September 2, 2022. LEXSECURE researchers Mirva Salminen and Tomi Tuominen gave the presentation ‘The European Union’s government of Covid-19 as an emergency’ in a session entitled ‘The Return of the Exception: Emergency-Law-War and the Post-Liberal Legality’. The conference was organized atContinue reading “The European Union’s government of Covid-19 as an emergency”

LEXSECURE presented at conferences across Europe

The Principal Investigator of the LEXECURE project, Jaakko Salminen, presented work at several conferences across Europe in summer 2022. The Law and Infrastructure of Global Commerce conference, University of Amsterdam, 6–8 July 2022. Salminen presented on the topic ‘Humans as infrastructure: Personal relations and the global governance of production in times of crisis’ in theContinue reading “LEXSECURE presented at conferences across Europe”

Chaos, control or coordination: Shaping transnational supply in a world of crises

Presentation in the conference ‘7th Global Meeting on Law and Society: Rage, Reckoning and Remedy’ in Lisbon on July 13 – 16, 2022. LEXSECURE researchers Jaakko Salminen and Isabell Storsjö presented work on ‘Chaos, control or coordination: Shaping transnational supply in a world of crises’ in a session entitled ‘The spatial politics of private internationalContinue reading “Chaos, control or coordination: Shaping transnational supply in a world of crises”

Corporate Responsibility and Liability in relation to Climate Change

Session in the international conference ‘Corporate Responsibility and Liability in relation to Climate Change’ on May 19 – 20, 2022. PI Jaakko Salminen presented work done together with Agnes Hellner and LEXSECURE researchers Mikko Rajavuori and Mika Viljanen, on the topic ‘Private Law and the Rana Plaza Moment of Climate Change’ in the session ‘Accountability, science, and sustainability’,Continue reading “Corporate Responsibility and Liability in relation to Climate Change”