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Crossroads in Private International Law Webinar: The Private Side of Transforming our World: UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the Role of Private International Law-
Speaker: Prof Dr Verónica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, Chair of Private International Law, School of Law, University of Edinburgh Moderator: Prof Laura Carballo Piñeiro, Universida de Vigo In this webinar, we will focus on the role of private international law in implementing the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. The edited volume The Private...
Private international law's contribution to the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI): an EU perspective-
*This event is part of the 'Crossroads in Private International Law' webinar series, organised by the Centre for Private International Law.
Webinar - Strategic Climate Change Litigation in the EU: Between Judicial Restraint and Proactive Judicial Policy-
*This is the first event in our new Crossroads in Private International Law webinar series, organised by the Centre for Private International Law. Nevena Jevremović, Honorary Lecturer, School of Law, University of Aberdeen Moderated by Professor Guillaume Laganière, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) The overall passivity of the individual states to take meaningful action...
International Tort Litigation in the Internet and Artificial Intelligence Era: An EU approach by Professor Guillermo Palao-
The emergence and consolidation of the 3rd and the 4th Industrial Revolutions have amounted to several complex legal risks. From a Private International Law perspective, those challenges often and directly affect the question of determining international jurisdiction in situations where the case enjoys an international character, due to the connection...
Hard Legal Problems and Comparative Legal Analysis: The case of parental child abduction in international and Islamic law-
The seminar will draw on Professor Emon’s recent book, Jurisdictional Exceptionalisms, where he and co-author Urfan Khaliq integrate their respective research on private international law and Islamic law to address the contemporary legal challenges surrounding parental child abduction. The Hague Abduction Convention, 1980, remains a cornerstone convention that redresses the harm to...
PhD Book Club - European Private International Law in a Digital World-
The event is organized under the auspices of the Digital in Law project, co-funded by Erasmus-plus Programme of the European Union.The objectives of the events are to: 1) stimulate the PhD students’ critical thinking and to 2) extend and redefine their existing knowledge considering digital technologies in law. The event will bring together...
1st Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law
The Centre for Private International Law (CPIL) of the University of Aberdeen is pleased to host its first online student conference, to be held on 17th November 2021. The Postgraduate Law Conference aims at bringing together early career scholars working in the private international law field or at the intersection...
Reproductive Health Care and Policy Concerns: Regulation of Surrogacy Arrangements in Sri Lanka and Lessons Learned from the United Kingdom (online workshop)-
Organized by Dr Katarina Trimmings & Ms Ziyana Nazeemudeen under the auspices a British Council-funded research project titled 'Reproductive Health Care and Policy Concerns: Regulation of Surrogacy Arrangements in Sri Lanka and Lessons Learned from the United Kingdom'
POAM Project International Experts' Workshop on Rethinking the Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction
On 19 June 2020, the Centre for Private International Law, represented by the Aberdeen POAM research team, hosted the International Experts’ Workshop on Rethinking the Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings: Domestic Violence and Parental Child Abduction. The workshop, which was originally due to be held in Milan on 27 March...
Building Families Through Surrogacy: a stakeholder event on the reform of UK law at the University of Aberdeen with the Law Commissions
The Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission are undertaking a joint legislative project, the objective of which is to reform the UK laws on surrogacy, including taking account of cross-border surrogacy cases. As part of this law reform project the Commissions are seeking to consult relevant stakeholders, including interested academics...