New book published: Féminisme(s) et droit international. Etudes du réseau Olympe.
New book published: Féminisme(s) et droit international. Etudes du réseau Olympe, under the direction of Emmanuelle Tourme Jouannet, Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Horatia Muir Watt & Hélène Ruiz Fabri.
Donation of Prof. Catherine Kessedjian to the MPI Library
Prof. Catherine Kessedjian, Professor at Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II and President of the International Law Association-French Branch, has donated part of her personal library to Max Planck Institute Luxembourg.
This donation holds...
Michel Erpelding gave an interview on the legislative proposal to constitutionalize the state of emergency to Radio 100.7
“A constitutional provision will not protect us against terrorism”
On March 31st, Michel Erpelding and the jurists Véronique Bruck and Julie Wieclawski wrote an open letter in which they cautioned against enshrining a state of emergency...
Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg and the National Library of Luxembourg
The Memorandum was signed by Professor Burkhard Hess, Director of the Max Planck Institute in Luxembourg (MPI), and Monique Kieffer, Director of the National Library of Luxembourg (BnL), in presence of Juja Chakarova, Head of MPI Library,...
09:00 / 13 May 2016
The Making of Judicial Decisions and the Role of Law Clerks, Registries and Secretariats
The workshop aims at allowing a dialog between legal officers (as law clerks, registry/secretariat staff) and academics.
The workshop intends to be one step in our investigation...
« L’état d’urgence, rempart ou menace pour l’État de droit ? »
Afin de contribuer aux discussions actuelles relatives à la révision envisagée de l'art. 32 (4) de la Constitution luxembourgeoise en vue de l'introduction d'un état d'urgence, le Max...
Post Brexit: The Fate of Commercial Dispute Resolution in London and on the Continent
The joint conference of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law and the British Institute for International and Comparative Law looks at the potential impact of a Brexit on...
Innovations in insolvency procedural law
Speaker: Prof. Dr. emer. Bob Wessels (University of Leiden)