Research comparing BRICS compliance mechanisms wins LSGL Seed Fund award

The comparative research on compliance mechanisms in BRICS countries is led by FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School (Direito SP), along with professors from law schools across countries in this bloc.
Law
08 August 2018
Research comparing BRICS compliance mechanisms wins LSGL Seed Fund award

The Law Schools Global League (LSGL) – an organization formed by 27 law schools from five continents – has granted the LSGL Seed Fund award to the research titled “Corporate Compliance in BRICS Countries”.

The comparative research on compliance mechanisms in BRICS countries is led by FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School (Direito SP), along with professors from law schools across countries in this bloc:  National Research University Higher Studies of Economics (Russia), Jindal Global Law School (India), China University of Political Sciences and Law (China) and University of Cape Town (South Africa). 

Professors Maria Lucia Padua Lima, Paulo Doron Araújo, Paulo Goldschmidt and Wanderley Fernandes, in addition to student Mateus Andrade, participated in the research coordinated by Direito SP’s Anti-Corruption Study Group.

The study’s findings will be presented in a special meeting to be held by Jindal Global Law School in New Delhi (India), in December 2018. The event will be attended by professors from all five schools involved in the research, in addition to authorities from the BRICS countries based in India and representatives of the New Development Bank (NDB).