The Department of Law of the University of Aarhus, in Denmark, will host the founding conference of the European Association of Private International Law on 14, 15 and 16 May 2020.
The event will bring together academics and practitioners from all over Europe and provide a unique opportunity to talk and think about European Private International Law in a pan-European fashion.
It will focus on current and future challenges of European Private International law broadly understood.
Topics include the effects and challenges of digitalization, the problems of fragmentation as well as other challenges European Private International Law is currently facing.
The full program of the conference, together with details on venue, travel and accommodation is available here.
Registration for the conference is now open.
Registration before 20 December 2019 comes with a reduced registration fee of 600 Danish Krones (about 80 Euros). After that date, a full registration fee of 750 Danish Krones (about 100 Euros) applies.
Law students benefit from a reduced fee of 30 Euros.
Participants are welcome to sign up for the conference dinner at a price of 375 Danish Krones (about 50 Euros). This can be done within the registration process itself.
Membership in the Association is not a prerequisite for attending. However, those wishing to apply for membership are encouraged to do so before the conference.