Save the date: Conference on Coherence in European Private International Law in October 2014
On 10 and 11 October 2014, Jan von Hein from the University of Freiburg and Giesela Rühl from the University of Jena will host a conference on coherence in European private international law. Speakers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland will critically assess the current state of European private international law including the law of international civil procedure. They will uncover inconsistencies, contradictions as well as frictions and discuss how they can be overcome. Should the European legislator continue to enact separate legal acts for individual legal fields (contracts, torts, divorce, maintenance, succession, etc.)? Should the European legislator regulate choice of law and international civil procedure in separate legal acts? By asking these and other questions the conference seeks to contribute to the ongoing debate about the future of European private international law.
The conference is funded by the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung and will take place in Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany). The conference language will be German. Registration will be open soon.
To whom it may concern
I would like enquire as to whether translation services in the English language will be available to attendees and also whether attendance is by invitation and if not, could you kindly inform me of the costs to be incurred in order to attend.
I look forward to hearing from you,
Jacques Farrugia LL.D
Everybody is welcome to attend the conference. However, there will be a registration fee of € 60,00. Information relating to the programme and the registration process will be available soon on this blog.
Unfortunately, there will be no translation service available. But we will certainly think about an English language follow-up conference.