PILAGG is a Research Program which aims to draw the attention about the role that private international law should play in current times in order to contribute to global governance. It was firstly presented at the 2011 IGLP Workshop (Harvard Law School). Various workshops, open to the public and held at Sciences-Po Law School (Paris), have been organised throughout 2011/2012 with a full-day meeting held on May 11th 2012 and a new presentation at Harvard Law School (2012 IGLP Workshop). Papers and other materials produced during the PILAGG first year are forthcoming in a OUP book.
PILAGG second year is also plenty of activities. During the Spring Semester individual Worshops have been substituted by three round tables dealing with: legal theory, global commons and migrations. The Parisian activities of 2012/2013 finish the last week of May. On May 27th PILAGG participates in the organisation of the traditional Colloque d’arbitrage de Sciences Po, devoted this year to the relations between international arbitration and EU law. On May 31th PILAGG organises its full-day meeting of the year, which will be open to the participants of the Semaine Doctorale Intensive de Sciences Po,
PILAGG has been also presented abroad in several occasions. Namely, in Buenos Aires in October/November 2012, within the framework of the External Programme of the Hague Academy of International Law (“Global governance and international business law”), and in Doha in January 2013 (IGLP Workshop). On May 14, 2013, a PILAGG discussion will be held at Cambridge University upon an invitation of Jodie Kirshner.