Category Archives: Conferences Seminars and Lectures

Call for Papers: 11th Annual Conference on Law, Property, and Society, Tulane University Law School, 21-23 May 2020

ALPS will hold its 11th annual meeting at Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana on May 21­–23, 2020. The dates include optional pre-conference field trips during the day and an evening reception on Thursday, May 21. The academic portion of the conference will be on Friday, May 22, and Saturday, May 23, with […]

‘Call For Papers: Conference on Empirical Legal Studies – Europe 2020’

“Evidencing the growing internationalization of empirical legal studies, the 3rd Conference on Empirical Legal Studies in Europe (CELSE) will be held at the University of Oslo, 11-12 June 2020. ‘CELSE is an interdisciplinary gathering that draws researchers from across Europe and the world, bringing together scholars in law, economics, political science, psychology, policy analysis, and […]

‘2020 Annual Conference on European Tort Law’

“From April 16 to April 18, 2020, the Institute for European Tort Law (ETL) and the European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law (ECTIL) will host the 19th Annual Conference on European Tort Law in Vienna. The Conference will highlight the main developments in tort law in Europe in 2019 and allow discussion of their […]

‘Conference held in Bergamo, October 3/4, on Private Enforcement Of General Data Protection: Regulation New Chances, New Challenges’

“Elisabetta Bani, Viviana Molaschi and Massimo Foglia, that welcomed the participants and emphasized the importance of the subject in the currant law debate, opened the Conference, that was immediately followed by a first session chaired by Radek Strugala. In this session some general issues were discussed, detailed and exemplified …” (more) [Dulce Lopes and Massimo […]

Call for Papers: ‘Landmarks of Intellectual Property’: Bournemouth University, 13-17 July 2020

The 2020 ISHTIP workshop will explore the contemporary relevance of the landmarks of intellectual property. Proposals are invited to consider the different ways in which a place, a time, a personality, a case, or a particular year has become a landmark of IP. These might include challenging or questioning (the idea of) landmarks of IP; […]

‘Workshop: Ius Commune Conference 2019 – Ius Commune in the Making – Networks in the History of Private Law (28 November 2019, Leuven)’

“… The current Workshop aims now to explore our contemporary emerging concept of ‘networks’ in a comparative-historical perspective. These networks shape and challenge boundaries of traditional legal categories (eg, persons, things, contracts, torts, actions) as semi-autonomous social fields (Sally Falk Moore 1973), and thus have always grown and waned, and have had an impact on […]

‘English Law under two Elizabeths’: John Baker, Cambridge Reading and London, 19-28 November 2019

  Lecture 1: English Law under Elizabeth I 19 November 2019, 17:00-18:00, University of Cambridge Lecture 2: The Age of Common Law and the Age of Statute 21 November 2019, 18:00-19:00, University of Reading Lecture 3: The Elizabethan Inheritance 28 November 2019, 18:00-19:00, University of London Comparative law is generally understood as involving the comparison […]

Digital Rights in Brexit – Changes and Challenges: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 22 November 2019

“Whether based on doctrinal analysis, or empirical research, the conference will explore original perspectives on the implications posed by Brexit. This scope covers both the impact on digital rights of an impending Brexit since the 2016 referendum to date, as well as the potential consequences for digital rights on leaving the EU for all individuals […]

Women in Commercial Law: Lady Justice Carr, Aston Law School, 23 October 2019

The lecture is part of a series of lectures held in celebration of the memory of former Dean of Aston Law School and Professor of Commercial Law, Jill Poole. The 2019 lecture also forms part of Aston Law School’s celebrations of 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 made it possible for women […]

‘International Copyright Law conference returns to London with an IPKat readers’ discount’

“Our friends at KNect365 wish to let IPKat readers know that they are getting ready for yet another edition of their successful ‘International Copyright Law’ conference, which will be held in London on 3-4 December 2019. The agenda of this year’s edition features experts in different areas of copyright and from various jurisdictions, who will […]