Entries by Thalia Kruger

Parental Child Abduction to Islamic Countries by Nazia Yaqub

This book by Nazia Yaqub is an addition to the Hart series, in which several books on international child abduction have been published. The author investigates Islamic law, discussing where relevant the history and the different schools, and the specific legal rules of the selected States that have not acceded to the Hague Child Abduction […]

SDGs and Private International Law: webinar 5 December

The Centre for Private International Law of the University of Aberdeen is organsing a webinar in its Crossroads in Private International Law Series, The Private Side of Transforming Our World: UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the Role of Private International Law. The webinar will take place on 5 December 2022 at 2 pm (GMT).

Call for papers: Rethinking Law’s Families & Family Law

CALL FOR PAPERS The International Society of Family Law is holding its 18th (Golden Jubilee) World Conference in Antwerp on 12-15 July 2023. The topic is “Rethinking Law’s Families & Family Law?” The call for papers is now open. Interested persons are invited to submit abstracts for individual presentations or collective panels by 16 November 2022  by email […]

Thesis Mayela Celis

Our editor Mayela Celis has on 21 October 2022 defended her PhD thesis “El Convenio de La Haya de 1980 sobre los aspectos civiles de la sustracción internacional de menores: cuatro décadas de interpretación evolutiva – Una selección y análisis de los aspectos clave del Convenio de La Haya a la luz de la jurisprudencia […]

Online seminar: Private international law’s contribution to the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI): An EU perspective, 5 October

The Aberdeen Centre for Private International Law is organising a seminar as part of their ‘Crossroads in Private International Law’ webinar series on : Private international law’s contribution to the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI): An EU perspective. The seminar will take place on 5 October 2022, 16:00 – 17:30 UK time. Speaker: