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French Conference on Notary’s Role in Private International Law

The University of Toulouse (France) will host a conference on Notary’s Role in Private International Law (L’office du notaire en droit international privé) organised by Estelle Gallant, on 25-26 November 2021.

The conference will include sessions on the role of notary as competent authority in the field of private international law, the reception and circulation of public documents, the drawing up of deeds by notaries as well as roundtables on divorce by mutual consent, property regime of couples and international successions.

Speakers will include numerous PIL specialists:

  • Scholars : Hugues Kenkack (Toulouse), Fabienne Jault-Seseke (Paris-Saclay), Patrick Wautelet (Liège), Pierre Callé (Paris-Saclay), Christine Bidaud (Lyon 3), Hugues Fulchiron (Lyon 3), Eric Fongaro (Bordeaux), Michel Farge (Grenoble-Alpes), Hélène Péroz (Nantes), Nathalie Joubert (Bourgogne-Dijon), Sara Godechot-Patris (Paris-Est Créteil), Sandrine Clavel (Paris-Saclay), Marc Nicod (Toulouse), Lukas Rass-Masson (Toulouse), Estelle Gallant (Toulouse) & Cyril Nourissat (Lyon 3)
  • Notaries: Caroline Deneuville (Paris), Richard Crône (Paris) and François Tremosa (Toulouse) & Jean-Christophe Rega (Mission Europe du CSN),
  • Legal practionners working with notaries : Mariel Revillard, Marion Nadaud (Bordeaux) & Sophie Chalas-Kudelko (Lyon)

The full programme is available here. Online registration is open here.

Marion is law professor at Artois University (France)