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Highlights from the 2022 EAPIL General Assembly

The General Assembly of the European Association of Private International Law met in Aarhus on 3 June 2022 in the framework of the Association’s founding conference.

Some sixty members attended in persons, while twenty more joined on-line.

Chaired by Dário Moura Vicente, the Assembly heard reports about completed and ongoing activities of the Association, namely those channelled through the EAPIL Working Groups, the EAPIL Young Research Network and the EAPIL blog. The Assembly was also informed of planned new activities, including a journal that the Association intends to launch in due course.

The Assembly also witnessed the presentation of the upcoming EAPIL conference, due to take place in Wrocław, in 2024, organised by Agnieszka Frąckowiak-Adamska.

The results of the election of EAPIL officers, which occurred online in the days preceding the Assembly, were then announced to members.

The new EAPIL board consists of six members: Apostolos Anthimos, Gilles Cuniberti, Morten M. Fogt, Agnieszka Frąckowiak-Adamska, Pietro Franzina and Giesela Rühl.

The following have been elected to the EAPIL Scientific Council: Apostolos Anthimos, Gilles Cuniberti, Pedro De Miguel Asensio, Morten M. Fogt, Agniezska Frąckowiak-Adamska, Pietro Franzina, Susanne Gössl, Thomas Kadner Graziano, Bettina Heiderhoff, Marion Ho-Dac, Alexander Layton, Vesna Lazić, Tobias Lutzi, Johan Meeusen, Ralf Michaels, Dário Moura Vicente, Marta Requejo Isidro, Giesela Rühl, Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm and Jan Von Hein.

Finally, the results were announced of the choice made by the members of the Association’s logo, to replace the provisional logo that has been used so far. The new logo is featured above in this post.

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