The edited volume Frontiers in Civil Justice: Privatisation, Monetisation and Digitisation (eds. Xandra Kramer, Jos Hoevenaars, Betül Kas and Erlis Themeli) has been published by Elgar. The book is the third edited volume resulting from the project
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Written by Adrian Cordina, PhD researcher at Erasmus School of Law, project member of the Vici project ‘Affordable Access to Justice’ which deals with costs and funding of civil litigation, financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) This blog post reports on a conference on Third Party Litigation funding (TPLF) as well as some other activities in […]
The latest issue (2022/2) of the Dutch/English journal
The latest edition of the Dutch journal on private international law (
Judges & collective redress: new perspectives and opportunities for judiciary Thursday 12 May 2022, 15:00 to 17:30 CEST This online event will be held in English and is reserved for judges and members of judiciaries. >>> REGISTER HERE <<< Judges may play an important […]
Deadline extended: Funding opportunities under the justice programme in the area of judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters (JUST-2022-JCOO). The deadline for proposal submission to the call for proposals for action grants to promote judicial cooperation in civil and criminal matters has been extended. The new deadline for submission is the 30 March 2022 […]
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The third issue of 2021 of the Dutch journal on private international law (NIPR) is available. A number of papers are dedicated to Brexit and private international law. Brexit en ipr/brexit and pilSumner, Eerst de echtscheiding, dan de afwikkeling! Brexit en het internationaal privaatrecht / p. 433-453 Abstract Brexit has changed a lot in […]
The Time is Ripe? Proposed Regulation of Third Party Litigation Funding in the European Union Written by
The long-awaited Rome II Study commissioned by the European Commission, evaluating the first ten years of the application of the Rome II Regulation on the applicable law to non-contractual obligations, has been published. It is available