Dear friends of Pilagg,
You are all warmly welcome to the long-awaited Pilagg roundtable will take place this Thursday, 22 June 2017. This event is related to the Global Case Study Book that is being prepared jointly by Professors Horatia Muir Watt and Diego Fernández Arroyo. A number of contributors to the book, including Antonio Marzal Yetano, Fabien Marchadier, Robert Wai, David Sindres, Jeremy Heymann, Hélène van Lith, Jean d’Aspremont, François Licari, Nathalie Najjar, Jérôme Sgard, Gilles Cuniberti, Ugljesa Grusic, Fabio Morosini, Christelle Chalas, Etienne Pataut, Filipe Antunes Madeira da Silva, Kellen Trilha, Chris Thomale & Catalina Avasilencei have agreed to participate to the debate and discuss exciting issues – and even some hot potatoes, related to the cross-border jurisprudence.
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 / 14.00 – 18.00
École de droit, Sciences Po,
13 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris
Salle J 211 (2nd floor)
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PILAGG ROUNDTABLE: DISCUSSING CROSS-BORDER JURISPRUDENCE
14:00-15:00 – Table 1: Cross-border jurisprudence & transforming of private international law
Does Private International Law still have a “raison d’être” as a discipline? Or is it absorbed by global legal pluralism? Could we talk of “the new learning”of Private International Law?
Participants: Antonio Marzal Yetano, Fabien Marchadier, Robert Wai, David Sindres, Jeremy Heymann, Hélène van Lith
15:15-16:15 – Table 2: Cross-border jurisprudence & necessity of interdisciplinarity
How can we view the discipline of Private International Law? Is there anything that it could usefully bring to another discipline?
Participants: Jean d’Aspremont, François Licari, Nathalie Najjar, Jérôme Sgard, Gilles Cuniberti, Ugljesa Grusic
16:30-17:30 – Table 3: Cross-border jurisprudence & novel teaching methods
What kind of novel experiments can one think of, which would be directly geared towards bringing out global questions in Private International Law? Would a Global Casebook would be useful?
Participants: Fabio Morosini, Christelle Chalas, Etienne Pataut, Filipe Antunes Madeira da Silva, Kellen Trilha, Chris Thomale, Catalina Avasilencei