Entries by Jeanne Huang

Repatriating Cultural Heritage: Conflict of Laws, Archaeology, and Indigenous Studies

From the intersection of conflict of laws, archaeology, and indigenous studies, this multidisciplinary webinar will explore legal and practical challenges and solutions in repatriating cultural heritage in Australia, China, the EU, and the USA. Examples include an Australian repatriation project with the Anindilyakwa Land Council and Traditional Owners on Groote Eylandt, the world-wide Return of […]

Call for applications: 2023 Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship

The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) and the Australian Branch of the ILA are pleased to present the 2022 Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship. The award will support a postgraduate student or graduate of an Australian law school to undertake an internship with The Hague Conference on Private International Law in the Netherlands by […]

Virtual Book Launch – Blurry Boundaries of Public and Private International Law: Towards Convergence or Divergent Still?

Further to the announcement of the release of the book edited by Dr Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit and Dharmita Prasad entitled Blurry Boundaries of Public and Private International Law: Towards Convergence or Divergent Still (Springer 2022) earlier in this portal, the editors of the book are organising a virtual book launch to engage further in conversations surrounding […]

Sydney Centre for International Law Year in Review Conference/Panel 3: Developments in Private International Law in 2022

The Sydney Centre for International Law at Sydney Law School is delighted to present the 2022 International Law Year in Review Conference, to be held online on Friday 25 February 2022. This annual ‘year in review’ conference brings together expert speakers from around the world to give participants insight into the latest developments in international […]

Cross-Border Legal Issues Dialogue Seminar Series – ‘The Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments’ by Prof. Adeline Chong (Online)

Professor Adeline Chong will be speaking on 25 Feb at 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM 9(HKT) on the The Asian Principles for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements. The portability of foreign judgments across borders helps to faciliate cross-border transactions by lowering transaction costs and associated legal friction among countries. This is important for Asia given initiatives to […]


A new issue of  Commentaries on Private International Law, (Vol 4. Issue 1), the newsletter of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Private International Law Interest Group (PILIG) has been released. The primary purpose of the newsletter is to communicate new developments on PIL rather than provide substantive analysis, to provide specific and concise raw information that readers […]