Ernst Rabel Lecture

Ernst Rabel Lecture

The Ernst Rabel Lecture is one of the highpoints of academic life at the Institute. It is dedicated to the memory of Ernst Rabel (1874-1955), Institute founder and pioneer of modern comparative study. The biennial lecture is held by an outstanding researcher in the field of comparative law and focuses on basic questions arising in a particular area of Institute research.

Overview of Ernst Rabel Lectures

Ernst-Rabel-Vorlesung 2018

Horst Eidenmüller: Setting up Dates with Death? The Law and Economics of Extreme Sports Sponsoring in a Comparative Perspective
Oct 15, 2018 17:00

Ernst-Rabel-Vorlesung 2016

Katharina Boele-Woelki: What family law for Europe?
Oct 17, 2016 17:00

Ernst-Rabel-Vorlesung 2014

Dagmar Coester-Waltjens: Himmel und Hölle – einige Überlegungen zur internationalen Zuständigkeit
Oct 20, 2014 17:00
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