At present, the Covid-19 Litigation Project can rely on institutional relationships allowing coverage of the ongoing litigation in Europe, South and Central America, North America, Eastern Asia, Africa.
UniTrento
University of Trento, Italy 
Faculty of Law

As the coordinating institution it is in charge of the scientific, administrative and operational management of the Covid-19 Litigation Project.

The research team is primarily responsible for following the existing litigation in the WHO European region, with particular reference to Italy, Southeast Europe and Israel; Portugal, Spain, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, Baltic area, Eastern Europe and Balkans; Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, Scandinavian countries, Luxembourg and Denmark; UK, Ireland, Malta, as well as the case law arising from the EU Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights case law.

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UEC
Universidad Externado de Colombia

It is responsible for coordinating the monitoring, collection and drafting of case summaries concerning the following jurisdictions: Ecuador, Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, Perú, Brazil, Guatemala, Argentina, México, Paraguay, Panamá, Honduras, Uruguay, Bolivia, República Dominicana.

The research team is coordinated by Ass. Professor Natalia Rueda.

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NUS
National University of Singapore – NUS

It is in charge of managing the collection and analysis of relevant case-law from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, PRC, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao.

The reference coordinator is Professor Damian John Chalmers, Vice Dean of the NUS Law School.

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VIT School of Law
VIT School of Law, Chennai, India

It ensures coordination of the monitoring, collection and preparation of case summaries regarding litigation in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.

The reference coordinator is Dr. Soundara Pandian, Dean of the Law School.

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Solomon Center
Yale Law School – Solomon Center for Health Law

It ensures coverage of the Covid-related litigation existing in the USA.

The reference contact person for the project is Professor Claudia Haupt and, as the Executive Director of the Solomon Center, Katherine Kraschel.

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Makere University, Uganda
Makerere University, Uganda
Department of Public And Comparative Law

Professor Emmanuel Kasimbazi coordinates the collection and analysis of relevant judicial decisions issued in Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Senegal and Liberia, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia and Cameroon.

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Australian Centre for Health Law Research
Australian Centre for Health Law Research

Under the coordination of Professor Tina Cockburn, the ACHLR team is responsible for coverage of the Covid-19 litigation from Australia and New Zealand.

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GPN
Global Pandemic Network - GPN

GPN is represented within the Covid-19 Litigation Project by Professor Elisa Scotti (GPN Steering Committee).