Die deutsche Rechtsprechung auf dem Gebiete des internationalen Privatrechts

Since its founding in 1926, the Institute has published “Die deutsche Rechtsprechung auf dem Gebiete des Internationalen Privatrechts“ (IPRspr.) The German-language publication compiles decisions of German courts addressing topics of private international law and international civil procedure.

Since its founding in 1926, the Institute has published a German-language collection of court decisions known as IPRspr. This collection aims to provide comprehensive, systematic documentation and reproduction of all German jurisprudence addressing international private law and procedure, including foreign law as well as European and international uniform law. A systematic index of statutes, decisions and subjects greatly aids readers in finding the relevant locations in the collection.

Information on the editorial office

Jan Kropholler oversaw IPRspr. from 1964 to 2004; since 2005, Rainer Kulms has managed it. In 2019 the research associates Antonia Sommerfeld and Sophia Schulz assisted him in recording and editing all decisions. Each of the volumes published annually by Mohr Siebeck includes some 300 decisions and has an average total length of roughly 900 pages. Since introducing its own data management and layout programme, IPRspr. has been produced in the Institute as a print-ready file. In the editorial office, Sabine Giemsch is responsible for final editing and preparation for printing

Current title: 2019. XXIII, 732 pages.

Published in German. This volume contains all 2017 German court cases on private international law and international procedural law (including references and indices). Published by Rainer Kulms. Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Head of the US Law Department, Lecturer in Law at the University of Hamburg, Adjunct Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing.

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