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PIL conference at the University of Johannesburg

Comparative private international law conference; University of Johannesburg; 8-11 September 2009 Key-note speakers: (1) Prof Dr C F Forsyth (University of Cambridge): Reconciling classic private international law with fidelity to constitutional values (2) Prof Dr M Martinek (University of Saarland): The Rome I and Rome II regulations in European private international law – a critical […]

PIL conference in Johannesburg

PIL conference at the University of Johannesburg 9-11 September 2009 Call for papers: www.uj.ac.za/law Closing date: 28 February 2009

PIL conference in Johannesburg

Please find a call for papers for the third quadrennial international conference on comparative private international law to be held at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa (9-11 September 2009) on

New Publication: Kruger on EU Jurisdiction Rules and Third States

T. Kruger, Civil Jurisdiction rules of the EU and their impact on third States, Oxford University Press, 2008, 442p. This new publication by the South African author Dr Thalia Kruger examines the civil jurisdiction rules of the EU, contained in Council Regulations 44/2001 (Brussels I), 2201/2003 (Brussels IIbis), and 1346/2000 (Insolvency Regulation) through the lens […]

Eighteen Publications on South African Private International Law 2007-2008

Sieg Eiselen “Goodbye arrest ad fundandam. Hello forum non conveniens?” 2008 Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg / Journal of South African Law 794 Thalia Kruger Civil Jurisdiction Rules of the EU and their Impact on Third States Oxford University Press 2008 Thalia Kruger “Regional organisations and their dispute settlement bodies” 2008 De Jure (to be […]

Seminar on PIL at the University of Johannesburg

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG – INSTITUTE FOR PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN AFRICA Morning seminar on private international law Thursday 17 April 2008 An African private international law regime (?) – conclusions and lessons from a decade of case law in thirteen African countries Mr R F Oppong (Lancaster University)

Hague Conference on PIL signs agreement with UJ

A cooperation agreement between the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the Institute for Private International Law in Africa, Faculty of Law, University of Johannesburg, came into effect on 28 August 2007. In terms of the agreement the Johannesburg Institute will act as information centre for the Hague Conference and promote the work of […]