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Juris Diversitas Annual Conference, 30 May – 1 June 2016
Juris Diversitas hosted its annual conference at the LSU Law Center in Baton Rouge (LA, USA) on May 30-June 1, 2016 around the theme of legal pluralism. For additional information, see Juris Diversitas Annual Conference 2016.
Irish Society of Comparative Law Annual Conference, 23-24 May 2016
The Irish Society of Comparative Law on May 23-24, 2016 at the School of Law and the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway, hosted its annual conference, “(Dis) Locating Comparative Law”. To learn more about the event, see ISCL Call for Papers 2016.
Symposium on Comparative Early Modern Legal History Conference, 8 April 2016
The Symposium on Comparative Early Modern Legal History hosted a conference at Newberry Library in Chicago this coming April 8th on comparative Anglicization in British North America, Ireland and India. Those wishing to attend or learn more information about the event may message Prof. Richard Ross.
American Society of International Law Webinar, The Nature or Natures of Agreements on Choice of Court and Choice of Law, 2 March 2016
Sponsored by the Private International Law Interest Group of the ASIL, the webinar was led by Professors Adrian Briggs, University of Oxford Faculty of Law, and Symeon Symeonides, Williamette University College of Law.
Launch of ASCL Conversation Series, October 2015
The ASCL has started sitting down with members of the community to talk about their perspectives and research on comparative law. Most recently, David Gerber dropped by to speak about the challenges and opportunities facing the comparative law community today.