Entries by Giesela Ruehl

RabelsZ 86 (2022): Issue 3

The latest issue of RabelsZ has just been released. It contains the following contributions:   OBITUARY Jürgen Basedow: Ulrich Drobnig *25.11.1928 †2.3.2022, 571–576, DOI:

AI systems and non-contractual liability: A European Private International law analysis

Benedetta Cappiello from the University of Milan has recently published a book on European private international law and non-contractual liability for AI systems (AI Systems and Non-contractual Liability: A European Private International Law Analysis, Giappichelli 2022: https://www.giappichelli.it/media/catalog/product/excerpt/9788892143289.pdf). She has kindly provided us with the following abstract: The advent of AI-systems has fundamentally altered the whole […]

EAPIL founding conference 2022 in Aarhus

Written by Christian Rüsing, University of Münster From 2 to 4 June 2022, the founding conference of the European Association of Private International Law (EAPIL) took place in Aarhus. After the idea of founding the association had emerged at a

RabelsZ: new issue alert

Issue 2/2022 of RabelsZ has just been published. It contains the following contributions: Ralf Michaels: Peter Mankowski *11.10.1966 †10.2.2022, Volume 86 (2022) / Issue 2, pp. 323–326, DOI:

Global Security and International Rule of Law

Dr Sophie Duroy and Dr Rishi Gulati, both presently members of the KFG Berlin Potsdam Research Group ‘The International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline?’, will be hosting a virtual half-day webinar titled “Global Security and the International Rule of Law: Interdisciplinary Perspectives” on 30 May 2022. The event is free to attend. A […]

Peter Mankowski (†)

It is with great sadness that we share the news that Professor Peter Mankowski, one of Germany’s eminent private international law scholars, died on 10 February 2022 at the age of 55. Until his death Peter Mankowski was a Professor of Private International Law at the