A new series of webinars on the application of the EU Succession Regulation in the Member States will be organised in the framework of the ELI SiG Family and Succession Law. In five webinars of two hours each, representatives of the Member States will talk about their experiences within their respective legal systems.
The organizers state the objectives of the event series as follows (emphasis added):
“Join us for the webinar series on the ‘Application of the EU Succession Regulation in the Member States’!
The five webinars organized within the Special Interest Group on Family and Succession Law of the European Law Institute will take place between March and June 2022 and shall shed light on the actual practice regarding cross border succession cases in the Member States. The reporters will open the webinars with short introductory statements and will then take part in a lively panel discussion on the application of the EU Succession Regulation in their respective jurisdictions. The results of these webinars will be presented as comparative reports at an online conference in September 2022.
Attendance is free of charge. A ZOOM link will be sent to those who register by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
For more information see the program (provided below)!
Gregor Christandl Jens Kleinschmidt Jan Peter Schmidt
Univeristät Graz Universität Trier Max Planck Institute
|PANEL 1||TUESDAY, 15 MARCH, 4-6 pm CET|
|Belgium||Patrick Wautelet, Université de Liège|
|Estonia||Karin Sein, University of Tartu|
|France||Stefan Stade, ArteJURIS Cabinet d’Avocats, Strasbourg|
|Portugal||Afonso Patrão, University of Coimbra|
|PANEL 2||TUESDAY, 5 APRIL, 4-6 pm CET|
|Bulgaria||Boriana Musseva, University of Sofia|
|Latvia||Janis Grasis, Riga Stradins University|
|Malta||Paul George Pisani, Notary Public, Victoria|
|The Netherlands||Katja Zimmermann, University of Groningen|
|Spain||Guillermo Palao Moreno, University of Valencia|
|PANEL 3||TUESDAY, 26 APRIL, 4-6 pm CET|
|Czech Republic||Magdalena Pfeiffer, Charles University, Prague|
|Germany||Lena Kunz, University of Heidelberg|
|Lithuania||Katažyna Bogdzevic, Mykolas Romeris University|
|Poland||Anna Wysocka-Bar, Jagiellonian University|
|Romania||Daniel Berlingher, Vasile Goldis Western University of Arad|
|PANEL 4||TUESDAY, 31 MAY, 4-6 pm CET|
|Austria||Brigitta Lurger, University of Graz|
|Croatia||Mirela Župan, University of Osijek|
|Hungary||Csongor István Nagy, University of Szeged|
|Slovakia||Elena Judova, Matej Bel University|
|Slovenia||Jerca Kramberger Škerl, University of Ljubljana|
|PANEL 5||TUESDAY, 21 JUNE, 4-6 pm CET|
|Cyprus||Achilles Emilianides, University of Nicosia|
|Finland||Tuulikki Mikkola, University of Turku|
|Greece||Haris P. Pamboukis, Giorgos Nikolaidis, University of Athens|
|Italy||Domenico Damascelli, University of Salento|
|Sweden||Michael Bogdan, University of Lund ”|
Additional information may be obtained from the accompanying PDF Document.