Call For Papers: Second Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law

Call For Papers: Second Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law

May 2024, Online Conference
University of Aberdeen, UK

The Centre for Private International Law (CPIL) of the University of Aberdeen is pleased to announce that it is now accepting submissions for the 2nd Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law which will take place online on 6 May 2024.  

The Conference aims to provide young scholars with the opportunity to present their research before panels with relevant expertise and receive valuable feedback for further development of their work.

The Conference will include panels on Private International Law aspects of International Family Law, International Civil and Commercial Law, AI and Cross-Border Legal Issues, Human Rights. You can read more about below.

The Centre welcomes submissions by current postgraduate law students (LLM, PhD) and recent LLM or PhD graduates who have not yet undertaken postdoctoral studies. Each panel will feature up to 4 panellists, and each panel will be allocated a combined total of 1 hour 20 minutes of presentation time and 40 minutes of Q&A.

The deadline for submissions is 29 February 2024. If interested in submitting an abstract, please fill in the application form here.  

Conference Panels

Panel 1: International Family Law

Time: 9am-11am (UK time)

Moderators: Professor Katarina Trimmings & Dr Onyoja Momoh

Expert scholars: Professor Mary Keyes, Griffith University, Australia; and Dr Sharon Shakargy, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Panel 2: International Civil and Commercial Law

Time: 9am-11am (UK time)

Moderators: Dr Michiel Poesen & Dr Nevena Jevremovic

Expert scholars: Dr Lorna Gillies, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

 

11am-12pm Break

 

Panel 3: Navigating the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and cross-border legal issues

Time: 12pm-2pm (UK time)

Moderators: Dr Patricia Zivkovic and Dr Michiel Poesen

Expert scholars: Dr Benedetta Cappiello, University of Milan, Italy; and Dr Kirsten Henckel, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Panel 4: Private International Law and Human Rights

Time: 2pm-4pm (UK time)

Moderators: Professor Justin Borg-Barthet & Dr Francesca Farrington

Expert scholars: Professor Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, University of Edinburgh, UK; and TBC.

Key dates

Submission of abstracts

29 February 2024

Announcement of accepted papers

31 March 2024

Submission of slides/handouts/papers

End April 2024

Contact

For enquiries, please contact Mr Le Xuan Tung, lexuantung.22@abdn.ac.uk

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