CPLJ Lecture Series

New Trends in Procedural Law: the Comparative Approach

Source: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Venue: MPI Luxembourg, 4 rue Alphonse Weicker, L-2721 Luxembourg (Digital participation is possible)

Language: English


10.01.2023, 03:00 - 05:00 pm

“Judicial Precedent in Comparative Perspective” Prof. Luca Passanante (University of Brescia)

(Registration closed)


19.01.2023, 11:00 am - 01.00 pm

“The Culture of Forum Shopping: a View from the United States” Prof. Scott Dodson (UC Hastings College of Law)

(Registration closed)


27.01.2023, 02:30 - 04:30 pm

“International Civil Procedure and National Procedural Reforms: Considerations in Light of the Italian Experience” Prof. Fausto Pocar (University of Milan)

(Registration closed)


27.03.2023, 09.30 - 11.30 am

“Comparative Mediation Law in the EU: an Analysis of Developments in Mediation Law Applicable to Cross-Border Commercial Disputes in Light of the UN Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation” Prof. Nadja Alexander (Singapore Management University)

(Registration closed)


17.05.2023, 2.00 - 4.00 pm

“Advancing Community Dispute Prevention in Multilateral Infrastructure Development” Prof. Shala Ali (University of Hong Kong)

(Registration closed)


12.06.2023, 3.00 - 5.00 pm

“The Introduction and New Patterns of Precedent Systems in the Procedural Law of the Traditional Civil Law Countries: Possibilities and Innovations for the Stare Decisis” Prof. Aluisio Gonçalves de Castro Mendes (University of the State of Rio de Janeiro)

(Registration closed)


04.07.2023, 10:00 - 12:00 am

“Family Proceedings: Substance Driving Procedure?” Prof. Volker Lipp (University of Göttingen)

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04.07.2023, 03:00 - 05.00 pm

“Environmental Disputes in a Comparative Perspective” Prof. María José Azar-Baud (Institut Droit Ethique Patrimoine)

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05.07.2023, 10.00 - 12.00 am

“Consumer Protection Proceedings in a Comparative Perspective” Prof. Wannes Vandenbussche (Ghent University)

(Registration closed)



“Equality, Privatization, and the Challenges to Trans-Procedural Substantive Norms” Prof. Judith Resnik (Yale Law School)



“Access to Civil Justice: Reflections from the United States” Prof. Margaret Woo (Northeastern University)


The CPLJ Lecture Series New Trends in Procedural Law: the Comparative Approach is supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund

(FNR - RESCOM/2022/LE/17576191)