Round Table Conference » A Fresh Impulse for Research in European Private Law « - Achievements, Challenges, Perspectives -
12 – 13 April 2018
European Legal Studies Institute
On 12 and 13 April 2018 a round table conference takes place at ELSI, to discuss the future on the research in the private European law. The conference, organized by Hans Schulte-Nölke and Aneta Wiewiórowska-Domagalska will gather excellent speakers, who will discuss challenges in the area of digitalization, property law, and relation between the EU primary law and national private law.
The conference is free of charge. As the number of participants is limited, early registration by E-mail at: email@example.com is necessary. Participants will receive confirmation of the registration.
If you have any questions concerning the conference, please contact dr. Aneta Wiewiórowska-Domagalska, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.: +49 541 969 6098.
Dutch-German Science Fair on European Private Law
On 11 and 12 April 2018 young scientists from Germany and the Netherlands will meet at ELSI to participate in a Science Fair, organized by Hans Schulte-Nölke and Aneta Wiewiórowska-Domagalska. The Fair begins with a JuraSlam on Wednesday evening, followed by presentations of the research projects on Thursday morning. The event will be continued by a Round Table Conference » A Fresh Impulse for Research in European Private Law «.
The Crisis of the Rule of Law Conference: 5-6 February 2018
The rule of law is not only a universal legal category, but also a political, sociological and philosophical concept. The political developments that have recently taken place in several Member States of the EU have brought the rule of law under the European spotlight. This conference will therefore focus on discussing the foundations of the rule of law, i.e. the functioning and the dilemmas of the judiciary (constitutional as well as ordinary courts), as well as the impact that the political changes have on the state’s legitimacy. When is legitimacy based on a constitution exhausted, and does a “revolutionary” legitimacy then take over? What, in this case, should be the reaction of the EU? The future of the EU and its members will also be debated, considering the impact that the crisis of the rule of law has on their functioning, and the changes that are taking place in the democratic settings of EU Member States.
Time and place:
The conference will take place at European Legal Studies Institute, Süsterstraße 28, 49069 Osnabrück, on 5 and 6 February 2018.
The conference is free of charge. As the number of participants is limited, early registration by mail at: email@example.com is necessary. Participants will receive confirmation of the registration.
If you have any questions concerning the conference, please contact dr. Aneta Wiewiórowska: Aneta.Wiewiorowska@uni-osnabrueck.de
+49 541 969-6098