Transnational law is a new fiel of law. Global law firms are more and more practicing transnational law such as transnational arbitration, Corporate Compliance, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Energy, Mining & Infrastructure, Environmental, Financial Institutions, Information Technology & Communications, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Mergers & Acquisitions, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Private Equity, Real Estate, Securities, Tax , trade and commerce… All around the « world » of research, centers on transnational law, that is to say the globalization of law are created, teaching programs and magazines devoted to it. Topics gradually are specified: « transnational studies » »global justice », « global governance ». Extractive activities best exemplify the world economic and politic shift, to the South and East, with the emergence of new transnational players that are multinational corporations, NGOs, local populations, alongside the States and international organizations. Extractive activities are the exploration, discovery but also developing, extracting and exploiting of minerals, oil and natural gas through international Private-Public-Partnerships. Linking these practitionners, but also centers and researchers spread across continents, then enable lawyers and researchers to better connect with the great technical and scientific debates of the transnational law- and with this transnational community of researchers and practitionners in training. This also allows a renewed dialogue between professionnal lawyers and academics, law and social science, research on transnationalization being characterized by an abandonment of legal positivism and openness to the practice of law and also to the social science (« Law and … »). The network of practitioners and researcheurs will analyze and better distinguish the emerging professionnel practices of law, as well as academic debates.