On Thursday, 15 July from 15.30-17.30 CET the seminar European Civil Justice in Transition: Past, Present & Future will take place, organized by Erasmus School of Law in the context of the ERC project Building EU Civil Justice. You can register here.
In this last seminar of a series of six, key experts on European civil justice will share their views on current and future issues, including digitisation, collective redress, the Brussels I-bis reform, private and public justice, the funding of civil justice and the role of civil justice in today’s society.
Thursday, 15 July (15.30-17.30 CET) – Program
15.15 Waiting room opens
15.35-15.45 Xandra Kramer (Erasmus University Rotterdam/Utrecht University)
Introduction – Past, present and future: Highlights of European civil justice
15.45-16.00 Burkhard Hess (Max Planck Institute Luxembourg )
Reforming the Brussels Ibis Regulation in January 2022 – taking up the next reform step
16.00-16.15 John Sorabji (University College London; Barrister, 9 St John Street)
Digitisation and the development of Integrated Dispute Resolution
16.15-16.30 Eva Storskrubb (Uppsala University/Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Trust and Quality in Civil Justice
16.30-16.45 Alan Uzelac (University of Zagreb)
It’s better to burn out than to fade away: is civil justice here to stay?
16.45-17.30 Comments & discussion (moderated by Xandra Kramer and Alexandre Biard, Erasmus University Rotterdam)