About the Journal

The ESG Law Review journal will publish articles, studies, reviews, and notes on various areas of law related to ESG, such as environmental law, human rights law, labor law, corporate governance, among others.

The ESG journal will also address interdisciplinary issues involving areas such as economics, politics, social sciences, and technology. In addition, the ESG Law Review seeks to foster discussion on best ESG practices in companies, as well as the implementation of public policies aimed at promoting sustainability and social responsibility. The journal will be published annually and directed towards students, professors, researchers, lawyers, and other professionals interested in ESG.

  •  Emissions Reduction: based on their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and their alignment with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
  • Diversity and Inclusion: based on their diversity and inclusion policies and practices, including gender and racial diversity in leadership positions.
  •  Labor Standards: based on their compliance with labor standards, including fair wages, safe working conditions, and the prohibition of forced labor.
  • Supply Chain Responsibility: based on their efforts to ensure responsible practices throughout their supply chain, including ethical sourcing and labor practices.
  •  Product Safety: based on their efforts to ensure the safety of their products and the transparency of their testing and certification processes.
  •  Environmental Impact: based on their efforts to minimize their environmental impact, including waste reduction, sustainable sourcing, and conservation of natural resources.
  •  Cybersecurity: based on their cybersecurity practices and their ability to protect sensitive data and prevent cyberattacks.
  • Corporate Governance: based on their corporate governance practices, including board diversity, executive compensation, and shareholder rights.
  •  Philanthropy and Community Engagement: based on their philanthropic efforts and community engagement, including charitable giving, volunteerism, and social impact initiatives.
  •  Transparency and Disclosure: based on their transparency and disclosure practices, including the quality and accuracy of their ESG reporting and their responsiveness to stakeholder inquiries and concerns.