The proceedings of the 32nd conference of the German Society of International Law (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationales Recht, formely the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerrecht) held in Cologne in spring 2011 have recently be released. Devoted to paradigms in international law as well as the implications of the financial crisis on international law the volume contains four contributions (in German) relating to conflict of laws:
- Schools of Thought in Private International Law, pp. 33-61, by Christiane Wendehorst, University of Vienna
- Roles and Role Perception in Transnational Private Law, pp. 175-242, by Ralf Michaels, Duke Law School
- Implications of the Global Financial Crisis for International Law: Corporate and Securities Law Control Mechanisms, pp.283-314, by Hanno Merkt, University of Freiburg
- Financial Crisis and the Conflict of Laws, pp.369-427, by Jan von Hein, University of Trier
The English-language summaries are available here.