The programme of the Hague Academy of International Law Summer Course in Private International Law for the next year has been recently announced along with the invitation for applicants.
Inaugural lecture on Women’s Rights in a World in Transition: The Challenges of Private International Law will be delivered by Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg, Uppsala University, whereas the general course on Legally Fragmented World: A Private Law Perspective is entrusted to Francisco Garcimartín, Autonomous University of Madrid.
The special courses are:
Olivera Boskovic, Université Paris Cité, Tortious Liability in Contemporary Private International Law
Matthias Lehmann, University of Vienna, Crypto Economy and International Law
Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga, New York University – School of Law, Evidence-Gathering, Transparency, and Risk Assessment in International Commercial Arbitration
Anselmo Reyes, Singapore International Commercial Court, The Use of Domestic Law to Regulate the Conduct of Individuals, Corporations and Governments Extra-Territorially
Geneviève Saumier, McGill University, Specialised National Courts and International Business Disputes
Maja Stanivukovic, University of Novi Sad, Property Rights of Individuals After Changes of Territorial Sovereignty.
The directors of studies for the English-speaking section are: Philippa Webb, King’s College London, and Verónica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, University of Edinburgh. The directors of studies for the French-speaking session are: Lucie Delabie, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, and Malik Laazouzi, Université Paris 2 – Panthéon-Assas.
All wishing to apply for the course are requested to register online between 1 November 2022 and 31 January 2023. Importantly, scholarships are available for a limited number of successful applicants.