The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) at Georgetown Law facilitates thoughtful and scholarly research on a broad range of subjects that concern the law of international economic activity. One of the leading institutes of its kind in the world, IIEL provides a fulcrum point for legal and policy discussions in international trade, international financial regulation, international monetary affairs, transnational business and international tax. (The Institute's external website is available at iielaw.org).
The Institute routinely hosts colloquia, conferences and events with leading scholars and policymakers, and regularly invites faculty from other universities, distinguished practitioners from the private and public sectors, opinion-leaders and high level regulators and policymakers to participate in the life of the Institute. IIEL also enables visiting scholars and students at Georgetown Law to engage more deeply with contemporary issues in international economic law.