News

Max Planck Lecture Series
The Clash Between International Investment Law and the Autonomy of The EU Legal Order

On June 20th, 2018, the MPI Luxembourg welcomed Professor Nicolas de Sadeleer and Ms. Ivana Damjanovic. Starting from the analysis of the landmark judgment of the European Court of Justice in the case Slovakia v Achmea, the speakers...


Michel Erpelding awarded special mention by France’s National Committee for the Remembrance and History of Slavery

On 23 May 2019, as part of the national day of remembrance of the victims of colonial slavery, Annick Girardin, Minister of Overseas France, awarded a special mention of the Comité National pour la Mémoire et l'Histoire de l'Esclavage...


New books published:
Luxembourg Reports on European Procedural Law
edited by Burkhard Hess, Stephanie Law & Pietro Ortolani

The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg is pleased to announce the publication of the two volumes of the Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law:
- B. Hess and P. Ortolani (eds.), The Luxembourg Report on European Procedural Law, Volume...


Lorenzo Gradoni wins the James Crawford Prize 2018

Lorenzo Gradoni, Senior Research Fellow at the MPI Luxembourg, received the James Crawford Prize 2018 for his article Un-procedural Customary Law.
The James Crawford Prize is awarded annually by the Journal of International Dispute...


Events

6 September 2019
7 September 2019
Meetings

ILA Committee on the Rules of Procedure of International Courts and Tribunals (RPICT)

Closed event


12 September 2019
14 September 2019
Conferences

Launch of the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law
“Sovereignty: A concept in flux?” ESIL Conference, Athens

External event


27 September 2019
Workshops

Workshop IC2BE Project

Cross-Border Debt Recovery in the EU
Application of the “second generation” regulations in France and Luxembourg.
The results of the research of the MPI Luxembourg within the IC2BE project will be...


4 October 2019
Workshops

Comparative Procedural Law and Justice

Closed event