Law and Money Initiative (LaMI)
The Law and Money Initiative was founded in 2018 between Cornell Law School, The University of Manchester School of Law and the University of Sheffield Law School.
The initiative broadly aims to improve understanding of the relationship between law and money through collaboration, education and scholarly research, and to develop the next-generation workforce through innovative skills training.
Our work focuses on collaboration between diverse academic and industry expertise with an emphasis on generating innovative policy orientations in governance toward more equitable and sustained futures.
Summer Academy 'Law and Money: Past and Present' 11-12 July 2019
Hear from the people that were involved in our Summer Academy 2019.
To learn more and get involved in the LMI community, please email email@example.com and check out links to affiliates and friends.
- Summer Academy 2020 - 'Law, Money and Technology: Transforming Political Economy', 13th-17th July. Download or view the full programme.
- Summer Academy - 'Law and Money: Past and Present', 11-12 July 2019. Download or view the full programme from the two days.
- News Coverage - 'Cornell law professor assists Sen. Bernie Sanders with 'Too-big-to-fail' legislation', The Cornell Daily Sun, 16 October 2018.
- News Coverage - 'Modern monetary theory grapples with people actually paying attention to it', The Intercept, 2 October 2018.
- News Coverage - 'Economists who want you to rethink the deficit gather in downtown NYC', Bloomberg, 28 September 2018.
- Conference (co-sponsor) - 'Modern monetary theory: Public money, public purpose, public power', 28-30 September 2018.
- Conference (co-sponsor) - 'Banking in the shadows: FinTech, cryptocurrencies and emerging financial systems', 3 September 2018.
- News Coverage - 'Elizabeth Warren unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism', Guardian, 15 August 2018.