A new Spanish Magazine: Cuadernos de Derecho Transnacional

On March 16, 2009 the first issue of a new legal journal dedicated to Private International Law has seen the light. “Cuadernos de Derecho Transnacional”(CDT) (“TransnationalLaw Review”) is published by the Private International Law Section of the University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. CDT is directed by Professors Alfonso-Luis Calvo and Javier Carrascosa.

The new legal journal offers high quality articles, papers and notes on the most interesting current trends of private International Law.

“Cuadernos de Derecho Transnacional” appears in a completely free on line format. No password is required. It is possible to have access to all the contents of this new legal journal from any country in the world.

All the contributions offered by CDT are presented in PDF (complete text). They all are preceded by an abstract and a set of key-words in two languages.

Articles, papers, essays and other contributions to “Cuadernos de Derecho Transnacional” can be written in any of the principal European languages. “Cuadernos de Derecho Transnacional” has a previous rigorous quality control of any contribution before it is published.

This first issue of CDT (vol. 1, 2009, number 1), contains the following contributions:
Tito Ballarino, Il Regolamento Roma I: forza di legge, effetti, contenuto, pp. 5-18.
Hilda Aguilar Grieder, Los contratos internacionales de distribución comercial en el Reglamento Roma I, pp. 19-35.
Alfonso-Luis Calvo Caravaca, Javier Carrascosa González, La Ley aplicable al divorcio en Europa: el futuro reglamento Roma III, pp. 36-71.
María del Pilar Diago Diago, El comercio internacional de diamantes: sistema de certificación del Proceso Kimberley, pp. 72-91.
Pietro Franzina, Las relaciones entre el Reglamento Roma I y los convenios internacionales sobre conflictos de leyes en materia contractual, pp. 92-101
Antonio Leandro, La legge applicabile alla revocatoria fallimentare nel Regolamento (CE) nº 1346/2000, pp. 102-111
Andrés Rodríguez Benot, La exclusión de las obligaciones derivadas del Derecho de familia y sucesiones del ámbito material de aplicación del Reglamento Roma I, pp. 112-130.
Francisco Martínez Rivas, Traslado internacional de sede social en la Unión Europea: del caso “Daily Mail” al caso “Cartesio”. Veinte años no son nada, pp. 132-142.
MaríaDolores Ortiz Vidal, El caso Grunkin-Paul: notas a la STJUE de 14 de octubre de 2008, pp. 143-151.

Many thanks to Professor Carrascosa González for providing this brief presentation of the new magazine