Cases, Materials and News on European Civil Procedure

Month: April 2019

European Court of Human Rights – Information Notes on the Court’s case-law – January-March 2019

The Information Note contains legal summaries of the cases examined during the month in question which the Registry considers to be of particular interest. The summaries are drafted by Registry’s lawyers and are not binding on the Court. They are normally drafted in the language of the case concerned. The translation of the legal summaries into the […]

BRICS Law Journal – Vol 6, No 1 (2019)

Full Issue View or download the full issue PDF   Table of Contents ARTICLES Harmonization Problems of the education systems indicators in the BriCs Countries PDF (ENG) D. Yampolskaya, A. Korneeva, H. Cai, B. Campolina 5-40 Taxation regulation of the BriCs’ innovative Companies PDF (ENG) E. Makeeva, I. Mikhaleva 41-62 Cryptocurrency regulation in the BriCs […]

Apply now: The Marie Curie Individual Fellowship – Submission deadline 20 May 2019

The T.M.C. Asser Instituut welcomes researchers, who would like to apply for a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship, a grant scheme within the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 funding programme. A successful application will allow experienced researchers, in possession of a doctoral degree, to spend a research period of 12 to 24 months at the Asser Institute. […]

New book: Justice Framed A Genealogy of Transitional Justice – Dr Marcos Zunino

Justice Framed A Genealogy of Transitional Justice Dr Marcos Zunino – BIICL Research Fellow in Judicial Independence and Constitutional Transitions. Abstract Why are certain responses to past human rights violations considered instances of transitional justice while others are disregarded? This study interrogates the history of the discourse and practice of the field to answer that […]

2019 EU Justice Scoreboard – European Commission – Comparative overview of the independence, quality and efficiency of justice systems in the EU Member States

The 7th edition of the EU Justice Scoreboard has just been released by the European Commission. It assists Member States in addressing the challenges they are facing in line with European standards. It serves as a basis for an informed dialogue to focus on tailored solutions, depending on the specific circumstances in a given country. It continues […]

Max Planck Luxembourg PhD Scholarships 2020 – Deadline for applications 31 May 2019

Max Planck Luxembourg PhD Scholarships 2020 Among the goals pursued by the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law is to promote research and academic exchange with foreign scholars. In this framework, to assist particularly young scholars further advance their research activity, the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg offers a limited number […]

Questions and answers related to the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union in the field of Civil Justice and Private International Law

On 18 January 2019, the European Commission services published an updated “Notice to stakeholders – withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU rules in the field of civil justice and private international law”. Last week, the Commission published a list of Questions and Answers, which “gives further guidance on the basis of the Notice in […]

Conference ‘e’ meets justice: building bridges in cross-border procedures – E-Codex Plus project and ERC project team Building EU Civil Justice – 2-3 May 2019

The e-Codex Plus project and the ERC project team Building EU Civil Justice of the Erasmus School of Law are jointly organising the conference ‘e’ meets justice: building bridges in cross-border procedures. On 2 and 3 May 2019, academics, IT and legal professionals will meet in Lisbon to discuss how to improve the collaboration between […]

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