About the Journal
The ESG Law Review (published by ALUMNI IN) is a annual publication that aims to promote discussions and reflections on issues related to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Law, both nationally and internationally. The journal seeks to foster discussions on best ESG practices in companies and the implementation of public policies aimed at promoting sustainability and social responsibility. Directed towards students, researchers, lawyers and other professionals interested in ESG. The ESG Law Review will publish articles, studies, reviews, and notes on various legal areas related to ESG and interdisciplinary issues.
ESG Law Review holds the distinguished position of being the sole journal within its scope in Latin America. Its unrivaled dedication to addressing the region's unique legal frameworks, regulatory developments, and sustainability challenges solidifies ESG Law Review as the unparalleled source of knowledge for academics, legal professionals, and policymakers seeking to explore ESG issues in Latin America.
ESG Law Review is proud to receive support from renowned publisher Alumni IN and the Ibero-American Institute of Compliance. This partnership exemplifies the journal's commitment to excellence and its dedication to fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing in the field of ESG law within the Latin American or another regions.
Our esteemed publication welcomes submissions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, offering a diverse platform for researchers, legal practitioners, and scholars to contribute to the advancement of ESG law in the region.
Targeting a select audience of academics, legal professionals, and policy experts, the ESG Law Review serves as a vital channel for disseminating cutting-edge research, analysis, and critical insights. By addressing the intricate legal dimensions of ESG, our journal fosters a comprehensive understanding of the region's environmental challenges, social responsibility, and corporate governance practices.