For the earliest possible starting date, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Law and Private International Law in Hamburg is offering up to two positions as a Research Fellow (m/f/d) (post-doctoral or Habilitation) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ralf Michaels in a full-time or part-time capacity. More info here
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written by Michael Wells-Greco (Note: publication of this book was announced earlier.) La gestación por sustitución en el derecho internacional privado y comparado Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas UNAM – Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) México, 2020 This highly informative and timely book edited by María Mercedes Albornoz addresses the pressing challenges presented by […]
German version here. English version here.
A new book (in Spanish) on surrogacy in private international law and comparative law, edited by the indefatigable Mercedes Albornoz, and freely available online.
On Tuesday, July 7, the Hamburg Max Planck Institute will host its second monthly virtual workshop in private international law, again in German. Eva-Maria Kieninger (Würzburg) will speak in German about climate change in private international law and procedure, followed by open discussion. All are welcome. More information and sign-up here.
a) Zoom. Link: https://url2.cl/LucR1 Meeting ID: 892 6744 1495 Password: bmaamedip b) Facebook. Link: http://m.facebook.com/AmedipMX
The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg is starting a new virtual workshop series in private international law. The first speaker, Matthias Lehmann from Bonn University, will present (in German) on Tuesday, June 2, at 11:00-12:30 via zoom. His topic: Covid-19 and Private International Law (see also here and here). […]
A French Décret, allows, for the time of the state of emergency, notarization by a French notary without a need for parties to be physically present. Explanation and analysis is here and (briefly) here. Importantly, the possibility is also open to non-residents of France. Notaries in France had, unsurprisingly, warned of the risk of fraud, […]
Amazingly, despite the severe crisis in Venezuela, the Master’s Program in Private International Law and Comparative Private Law at the Universidad Central de Venezuela has managed to publish its second Yearbook, with two theses and several impressive shorter pieces by students as well as two new pieces and two “classics” by professors. (Report on the […]