The last issue of the French Revue Critique de Droit International Privé has just been released. It contains two articles, written in French.
The first deals with immigration law, which has traditionally been regarded as part of private international law in France. It is authored by professor Dominique Turpin and presents the last legislative reform in the field.
The title of the second article is “Le Reglement communautaire sur l’obtention des preuves: un instrument exclusif?” (The European Regulation on the Taking of Evidence: an Exclusif Instrument?). It is authored by Belgian professor Arnaud Nuyts. Unfortunately, the author does not provide any abstract.