Gastvortrag Prof. Marta Pertegás Sender: Between Global and Regional Private International law – Seamless Transitions from Regulations to Conventions?

Current Research in Private International Law

  • Date: May 4, 2021
  • Time: 11:00
  • Location: online

About the speaker:

Marta Pertegás Sender is a Professor of Law at Maastricht University and at the University of Antwerp. She teaches and publishes in the area of Private International Law, Transnational Commercial Law and International Litigation. From 2008 to 2017, she served as First Secretary at the Permanent Bureau of The Hague Conference on Private International Law.

About the topic:

Using a recent CJEU judgment in the area of child abduction (SS v MCP, C-603/20 PPU), this paper discusses the articulation of the different layers of norms that shape PIL (i.e., the connections and disconnections between local, regional and global norms).

About the virtual workshop series:

The virtual workshop series “Current Research in Private International Law" is organised by Prof. Dr. Ralf Michaels and Christine Toman. The series features guest speakers and Institute staff members who present and discuss their work on current developments and research topics in private international law. The workshops are geared to scholars who are researching in the field of private international law, but attendance is open to all individuals having an academic interest (including doctoral candidates and students).

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