Researchers are welcome to visit the Centre to pursue their research and to give a paper which could be submitted for the Working Paper Series. For further enquiries, please contact Dr Jonathan Fitchen (Director) or Dr Katarina Trimmings (Associate Director).
- Working Paper No. 007/20 - The Brussels Ia Regulation as an Instrument for the Undermining of Press Freedoms and the Rule of Law: an Urgent Call for Reform by Justin Borg-Barthet
- Working Paper No. 005/19 - Protection of Abducting Mothers in Return Proceedings POAM project UK National Report by Dr Katarina Trimmings, Dr Onyója Momoh and Dr Isla Callander
- Working Paper No. 2018/1 -Interaction of the Brussels IIa and Maintenance Regulations with [possible] litigation in non-EU States: Including Brexit Implications
by Paul R Beaumont
- Working Paper No. 2018/2 -Requejo Centre Working Paper 2 April 2018.pdf by Marta Requejo Isidro
- Working Paper No. 2018/3 -Application of EU Private International Law and the Ascertainment of Foreign Law working paper 3 2018.pdf by Paul R Beaumont
- Working Paper No. 2018/4 - Forum non Conveniens and the EU rules on Conflicts of Jurisdiction A Possible Global Solution.pdf by Paul R Beaumont
- Working Paper No.2018/5 -Unjustified enrichment evolving in mixed legal systems.docx by Robin Evans-Jones and Martin Fischer
- Working Paper No. 2017/4- The application of the Brussels IIa Regulation in the Italian legal order having regard to specific cases concerning Italy and the UK by Maria Caterina Baruffi.
- Working Paper No. 2017/3- The European Court of Human Rights in Paradiso and Campanelli v. Italy and the way forward for regulating cross-border surrogacy by Paul Beaumont and Katarina Trimmings.
- Working Paper No. 2017/2- Private international law concerning children in the UK after Brexit: comparing Hague Treaty law with EU Regulations by Paul Beaumont.
- Working Paper No. 2017/1- Brexit and International Insolvency beyond the Realm of Mutual Trust by Laura Carballo Piñeiro.
- Working Paper No. 2016/6- Parental Responsibility and International Child Abduction in the proposed recast of Brussels IIa Regulation and the effect of Brexit on future child abduction proceedings by Paul Beaumont, Lara Walker and Jayne Holliday.
- Working Paper No. 2016/5- Exclusive choice of court agreements: some issues on the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements and its relationship with the Brussels I Recast especially anti-suit injunctions, concurrent proceedings and the implications of BREXIT by Mukarrum Ahmed and Paul Beaumont.
- Working Paper No. 2016/4- Recent jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in the area of cross-border surrogacy: is there still a need for global regulation of surrogacy? by Paul Beaumont and Katarina Trimmings.
- Working Paper No. 2016/3- Respecting Reverse Subsidiarity as an excellent strategy for the European Union at The Hague Conference on Private International Law – reflections in the context of the Judgments Project? by Paul Beaumont.
- Working Paper No. 2016/2- Measuring the Effectiveness of the EU Civil Justice Framework: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges by Mihail Danov and Paul Beaumont.
- Working Paper No. 2016/1- Conflicts of EU Courts on Child Abduction: The reality of Article 11(6)-(8) Brussels IIa proceedings across the EU by Paul Beaumont, Lara Walker and Jayne Holliday.
- Working Paper No. 2015/6- Some Aspects of Scots Private International Law of Succession Taking Account of the Impact of the EU Succession Regulation by Paul Beaumont and Jayne Holliday.
- Working Paper No. 2015/5- The enforcement of settlement and jurisdiction agreements and parallel proceedings in the European Union: The Alexandros T litigation in the English courts by Mukarrum Ahmed.
- Working Paper No. 2015/4- Recovering Damages for the Tort/Delict of Inducing Breach of a Choice of Court Agreement against a Claimant’s Legal Advisers: The English Court of Appeal Adjudicates on Whether England is the Place Where the Economic Loss Occurred under Article 5(3) of the Brussels I Regulation? by Mukarrum Ahmed.
- Working Paper No. 2015/3- Recent Developments on the Meaning of "Habitual Residence" in Alleged Child Abduction Cases by Paul Beaumont and Jayne Holliday.
- Working Paper No. 2015/2- Recent jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in the area of cross-border surrogacy: is there still a need for global regulation of surrogacy? by Paul Beaumont and Katarina Trimmings (revised by Working Paper No. 2016/4)
Working Paper No. 2015/1- A Critical Analysis of the Judicial Activism of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Opinion 1/13 by Paul Beaumont.