Max Planck Institute Luxembourg receives another EU research grant
The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law will receive a research grant from the EU Commission together with other partners for a research project on the effectiveness of the functioning of certain specific European and international legal instruments in family matters.
Max Planck Lecture Series: Prof. Hannah Buxbaum gave a lecture on “Foreign Governments as Plaintiffs in US Courts”
In her lecture at the MPI on 24 June 2015, Prof. Buxbaum addressed a subject that is rarely, if ever, addressed in the scholarly literature – the subject of foreign states acting as plaintiffs, and not defendants, before U.S. courts. She presented an overview of her thorough research which is extens
Juan Branco awarded for his PhD dissertation
Dr. Juan Branco, Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Luxembourg, has been awarded for the excellence of his PhD thesis by the Varenne University Institute and the International Criminal Court.
For 15 years, the Varenne University Institute organises an Annual Thesis Prize in law
Björn Laukemann nominated by the American Law Institute as International Advisor for a new Restatement of Property Law
Björn Laukemann, MPI Senior Research Fellow, was invited by the American Law Institute to serve as a member of the International Advisory Panel for its upcoming project addressing a Fourth Restatement of Property Law.
International Procedural Law: Between Private International Law and Procedural Law
Prof. Dr. Peter Mankowski, University of Hamburg
International Law and Litigation
The Conference will be an opportunity to celebrate the launch of the Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution directed by Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri.