12 September 2022
Events

The Impartiality and Independence of Arbitrators in International Commercial Arbitration (Book Launch with Professor Gary Born)

The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg will launch at its premises the book “The Impartiality and Independence of Arbitrators in International Commercial Arbitration” by former Research Fellow Dr. Stavroula Angoura. We are pleased to welcome Prof. Gary Born, a world-leading arbitrator, chair of the Arbitration Practice Group of Wilmer Cutler...


9 September 2022
Events

The Brussels Ibis Reform

The Regulation (EU) 1215/2012 is the fundamental reference-instrument of cross-border judicial cooperation in civil matters within the European Union. It provides rules on jurisdiction, pendency, recognition, and enforcement of judgments and other enforceable titles. Since its establishment in 1968, it has been a constantly evolving instrument. At...


14 July 2022
15 July 2022
Conferences

Methodological Pluralism in European Law - First Max Planck Law Conference for Young European Scholars

The Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law in cooperation with the Arbeitskreis Europäische Integration e.V. will host the first Max Planck Law Conference for Young European Scholars on “Methodological Pluralism in European Law”. The conference wants to bring together young scholars and create a forum for “new voices” of European legal...


12 July 2022
13 July 2022
Meetings

IMPRS-SDR biannual meeting

Closed Event


7 July 2022
Max Planck Lecture Series

Max Planck Lecture Series, Alumni Program, by Dr Stephanie Law

Consumer protection law and consumer markets are increasingly forced to reckon with a multiplicity of challenges arising in new domains that extend beyond private law, strictly speaking, to the realm of public ordering. Confronted with novel challenges stemming from the urgency of sustainability and the environmental protection concerns of private...


13 June 2022
Events

Masterclass by Prof. Joseph Weiler (NYU)

Law graduates emerge from their legal studies, even at Masters’ level, with a remarkably shallow methodological sophistication. There is very little reflec­tion, analysis and discussion of objects and purposes of the legal doctorate. There are different practices of supervision in different faculties and differ­ent legal cultures. The...


13 June 2022
14 June 2022
Conferences

Pescatore and the Law of Integration: Dogma and Critique in the European Union

This conference, organised by the MPI Luxembourg for Procedural Law and the University of Luxembourg, will seek to promote engagement with Pesctore's work, in particular with his construction of the Law of Integration. Pierre Pescatore was central to the elaboration of the doctrine at the service of a ‘constitutional vision of the legal order born...