On 9 and 10 September 2021, the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law will host the 7th Conference of Young Procedural Scholars on Europeanisation of Civil Procedural Law: Disruption or Consolidation? The event will trace the influences of the ever-increasing European activities on national procedural law, and offers the opportunity to discuss whether Europeanisation consolidates or rather disrupt the coherence of national law.
The German-language conference aims to bring together young researchers with an interest in the field of procedural law – be it civil, criminal or pertaining to public law –, thereby recognizing the manifold intersections, overlaps and similarities of the sub-disciplines of procedural law. The wide-ranging activities of the European legislator as well as the case law of ECJ and ECtHR, having left their mark on all branches of procedural legal studies, particularly prompt such an overarching approach to questions of efficient procedural law enforcement.
Aimed at postdocs, PhD candidates and other researchers in an early stage of their academic career, the conference intends to create a forum for new and upcoming voices of procedural law. Further information is available at the MPI website or by reaching out to the organizers of the conference, Dr Lena Hornkohl and Dr Wiebke Voß (both Senior Research Fellows at the MPI Luxembourg) at firstname.lastname@example.org.