The Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne will host its 34th Private International Law day on 1 June 2023, under the title Personal Identity and Status Continuity – A focus on Names and Gender in the Conflict of Laws.
The event continues a series inaugurated last year with two webinars on filiation and same-sex marriage, respectively. The programme and materials of those webinars can be found here and here (under media & fichiers).
The three panels are co-organised with ELI special interest group on family and succession law.
The day before the conference, a special side event organized by the Institute with the collaboration of Walter Stoffel, University of Fribourg, and Lucie Bader, film and media scholar, Bern, will introduce the topic of Law and Gender.
More details here.
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