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Conference at the University of Milan: EU Private International Law: a Look into the Future 50 Years after the Entry into Force of the 1968 Brussels Convention

Michele Grassi (University of Milan) has kindly shared the following announcement with us: The Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law of the University of Milan will host, on September 14 and 15, a conference on “EU Private International Law: a Look into the Future 50 Years after the Entry into Force of the 1968 […]

6-month Internship Opportunity in The Hague

2024 applications for a 6-month internship in The Hague, Netherlands are now open for Australian law school graduates The Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Australian Branch of the International Law Association call for applications for the 2024 Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship.

2023 Early Career Seminar Series – Private International Law Panel

The ILA Australian Branch is pleased to present the first seminar in its 2023 Early Career Seminar Series on topics in private international law. The event will be an online lunch time discussion on Thursday, 17 August 2023 at 1.00pm AEST. The panel will feature the speakers below. Speakers and topics: Dr Sarah McKibbin, University […]

Out Now: Fabrizio Marrella, “Diritto del commercio internazionale / International Business Law”, 3rd edition 2023

The third edition of Fabrizio Marrella’s textbook on international business law has recently published by Wolters Kluwers/Cedam. The author (Vice-Rector and Chair of International Law at “Cà Foscari” University of Venice, Italy) has kindly provided the following summary for our readers: After an historical introduction and a clear systematic analysis of key actors and sources […]

Reappreciating the Composite Approach with Anupam Mittal v Westbridge II

Written by: Aditya Singh, BA.LL.B. (Hons) student at the National Law School of India University(NLSIU), Bengaluru and line editor at the National Law School Business Law Review (NLSBLR)   I. INTRODUCTION The debate surrounding the composite approach i.e., the approach of accommodating the application of both the law applicable to the substantive contract and the […]

Commentaries on Private International Law-the Latest Issue

We are pleased to present the newest Commentaries on Private International Law (Vol. 6, Issue 1), the newsletter of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Private International Law Interest Group (PILIG). The primary purpose of our newsletter is to communicate global news on PIL. Accordingly, the newsletter attempts to transmit information on new developments […]