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Article in Science.lu: How to better supervise the financial sector

Discover the latest article in science.lu by Tim Haarmann and edited by Michele Weber (Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR), Luxembourg) on the research work of Dr Jacek Dybinski from the Max Planck Fellowship Research Group led by Prof. Pierre-Henri Conac, Max Planck Fellow on "How to better supervise the financial sector". The research project explores the following questions: "What instruments could improve supervision and lead to better enfor...


Call for Scholarships in Favour of Doctoral Students from Ukraine 2022

To support PhD candidates from Ukraine in pursuing their research activity, the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law offers a limited number of scholarships. These scholarships facilitate research stays at the Institute for one to six months during the 2022 calendar year.


Call for Applications for PhD Scholarships 2023

The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg has launched a call for applications for PhD scholarships in 2023.
Advanced doctoral students working in comparative procedural law, international procedural law and adjudication, or enforcement of European financial market regulation are invited to apply by 15 May 2022. While proficiency in English is required in order be able to participate in the Institute’s scientific activities, the call is also open to doctoral candidates writing their thesis in a langu...


Two Max Planck institutes issue joint opinions for the Federal Ministry of Justice

At the request of the Federal Ministry of Justice, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law Hamburg and the MPI Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law have issued joint opinions addressing two current legislative proposals. The draft bills contain amendments to the German Code of Civil Procedure and other statutes. The amendments are designed to facilitate international service of process and taking of evidence and to unify recognition ...


Research Fellow Ivan Čavdarević awarded with Doctoral degree from the University of Luxembourg

On 16 March 2022, Ivan Čavdarević successfully defended his doctoral dissertation entitled ‘State Responsibility for Judicial Acts in Investment Arbitration’ conducted under the supervision of Prof. Hélène Ruiz Fabri.
Conducted in the framework of the PRIDE project financed by the Luxembourg National Research Fund, Ivan's thesis examines whether, and to what extent, investment tribunals’ practice in cases concerning domestic judicial acts differs from comparable practices of other international...