“Les nouveaux pouvoirs du juge civil : tendances générales et réformes du procès en Italie”

Max Planck Lecture Series
16:00 / 08 June 2016
Speaker: Prof. emer. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Federico Carpi (University of Bologna)

FEDERICO CARPI was born in Bologna (Italy) on 15.1.1940 and was full professor of civil procedural law at the faculty of law of the University of Bologna, now professor emeritus. He graduated in law from the University of Bologna in 1963 and then commenced legal practice in Italy. His academic career began at the University of Macerata and subsequently the Universities of Cagliari and Ferrara. He joined the faculty of law of the University of Bologna in 1979.

Federico Carpi holds positions in numerous professional organisations, such as the Academy of Sciences of Bologna, the International Association of Procedural Law (Honorary President), the Royal Academy of Belgium, the Academy of Buenos Aires and the Foundation „Enrico Redenti“ (President).

He is a prominent author of notable books („L‘efficacia ultra partes della sentenza civile“, translated into Spanish by a Peruvian scholar; „La provvisoria esecutorietà della sentenza“; „Arbitrato“ and „Arbitrati speciali“) and about two hundred and fifty publications on civil procedural law, arbitration, comparative law, private international law, including a widely used Commentary on the Code of Civil Procedure, Padua, 2015 (together with M. Taruffo).

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