Entries for the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum Private Law Prize 2020 will close on 15 October 2019. The first prize of 10 million rubles will be awarded to the author of the best academic work (monograph or article) published in the field of private law, private international law or comparative law since 1 January 2015. Textbooks and commentaries are not eligible for the prize. The prize expert committee consists of world renowned academics.
This blog post presents a condensed version of Dr Mukarrum Ahmed’s (Lancaster University) article in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Private International Law. The blog post includes specific references to the actual journal article to enable the reader to branch off into the detailed discussion. The journal article is a companion publication to the author’s recent book titled The Nature and Enforcement of Choice of Court Agreements: A Comparative Study (Oxford, Hart Publishing 2017).
William J. Moon has published an article titled “Regulating Offshore Finance” on SSRN. It can be accessed @ https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3153121. The abstract is reproduced below:
This is a call for papers and panels for the Conflict of Laws section of the 2018 SLS Annual Conference to be held at Queen Mary University of London from Tuesday 4th September – Friday 7th September. This year’s theme is ‘Law in Troubled Times’.
This blog post is by Dr Mukarrum Ahmed (Lancaster University) and Professor Paul Beaumont (University of Aberdeen). It presents a condensed version of their article in the August 2017 issue of the Journal of Private International Law. The blog post includes specific references to the actual journal article to enable the reader to branch off into the detailed discussion where relevant. It also takes account of recent developments in the Brexit negotiation that took place after the journal article was completed.
The second issue of 2017’s Journal of Private International Law has been published.
Just how free is a free choice of law in contract in the EU? by Peter Mankowski