Centre for Insolvency Law & Policy
The Centre for Insolvency Law & Policy (CILP) at Kingston Law School is a dedicated team which aims to promote within the University and elsewhere, a knowledge and understanding of insolvency law, its fundamental principles and historical development.
In order to achieve this many different methods are used:
- Conduct and encourage research into insolvency policy issues affecting commerce, finance and industry and in particular the consumer debtor.
- Working with external organisations, including governmental and professional that wish to explore issues relating to the future development of insolvency law and policy.
- To foster links and working relationships with local bodies including, legal, commercial and individual.
- Organise events alone or jointly with others to highlight matters of concern in the sphere of insolvency law.
Should you wish to contact us for any reason then you can speak to the centre’s director John Tribe.