Vol. 2, No. 2 of the Journal of Private International Law
The new issue of the Journal of Private International Law Volume 2, Number 2 (October 2006), will be published shortly. The contents are (click on the links below to view the abstract):
- EU Law as Private International Law? Reconceptualising the Country-of-Origin Principle as Vested-Rights Theory by Ralf Michaels (Associate Professor, Duke University School of Law)
- The Hague Convention of 30 June 2005 on Choice of Courts Agreements including Appendix Hague Conference on PIL 20th Session by Andrea Schulz (First Secretary, Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law)
- Federalism and Private International Law: Implementing the Hague Choice of Court Convention in the United States by Stephen B. Burbank (David Berger Professor for the Administration of Justice, University of Pennsylvania Law School)
- A Major Reform of Japanese Private International Law by Koji Takahashi (Associate Professor, Doshisha University Law School, Kyoto)
- The Evolution of the Extra-territorial Mareva Injunction in Canada: Three Issues by Stephen G.A. Pitel (Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario) & Andrew Valentine (LLB student, Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario)
- The European Court of Justic, English Courts and the Continued Use of the Anti-Suit Injunction in Support of Agreements to Arbitrate: Through Transport v New India by Nicholas Pengelley (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University)
- The Scope of the Conflict of Laws: Provisions in the European Insurance Directives by Louise Merrett (Fellow and Barrister, Trinity College, Cambridge and Fountain Court Chambers, London)
- "Mind the Gap Part II" The South African Supreme Court of Appeal and Characterisation by Christopher Forsyth (Director, Centre for Public Law, University of Cambridge)
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Readers may also be interested in the forthcoming Journal of Private International Law Conference 2007, to be held at the University of Birmingham on 26 – 27 June 2007. Please see the Call for Papers for more information – you are encouraged to submit your abstract as soon as possible.