Entries by Xandra Kramer

Latest issue Dutch PIL journal (NIPR)

The latest issue (21/1) of the Dutch journal Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht has been published. It includes the following articles. Vriesendorp, W. van Kesteren, E. Vilarin-Seivane & S. Hinse, Automatic recognition of the Dutch undisclosed WHOA procedure in the European Union / p. 3-17 On 1 January 2021, the Act on Court Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring […]

Issue Arbitration and PIL – NIPR 2020/4

The fourth issue of 2020 of the Dutch PIL journal Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht is dedicated to Arbitration and conflicts of laws. Some of the papers are in English, others in Dutch. Editorial Peters & B. van Zelst (guest editors), Arbitration and conflicts of laws / p. 631-633 A.J. B?lohlávek, Determining the law governing obligations in arbitration and […]

The Global struggle towards affordable access to justice

The Global struggle towards affordable access to justice: Dutch baby steps towards a more open legal market  Written by Jos Hoevenaars, Erasmus University Rotterdam (postdoc researcher ERC project Building EU Civil Justice) In a global context of civil justice in crisis (Zuckerman) and a legal professional under pressure to adjust to the rapidly changing legal landscape (Susskind), […]

Call for Papers Brussels II-bis Recast (NIPR)

Call for Papers: Brussels II bis Recast The long-awaited revision of the Brussel II-bis Regulation has been finalized and the instrument enters into force on 1st August 2022. In anticipation of this event, the Dutch Journal of Private International Law (Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht – NIPR) wishes to invite researchers in the field of private international […]

Annual research meeting Dutch ILA branch: International Law for a Digitised World

The ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (ILA Dutch Branch) is online accessible on Friday 6 NOVEMBER 2020 (13:30 – 16:30 CET).    Over the decades, international law adapted in many ways to the quickly evolving, multi-facetted digital reality, and one of the central questions now is whether or not concepts and ideas developed […]