• Nuevo “LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENTN – Sciences Po Law School”
    Nuevo “LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENTN – Sciences Po Law School”

    New program at Sciences Po Law School LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENT The LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement offered by Sciences Po Law School...

  • Principios ASADIP sobre Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia
    Principios ASADIP sobre Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia

    Presentamos el documento que contiene la última versión de los Principios ASADIP sobre el Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia que será puesto en consideración de los miembros de la Asociación en...

  • Private International Law: Embracing Diversity
    Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

    Private International Law: Embracing Diversity   PILIM Conference, 24 de febrero de 2017 (ver programa adjunto) Convocatoria para la presentación de posters y videos para La Conferencia final...

  • Consejo 2016-2019 de la ASADIP
    Consejo 2016-2019 de la ASADIP

    El pasado 12 de noviembre se realizó la Asamblea Anual de la ASADIP, en Buenos Aires – Argentina y fue electo un nuevo Consejo...

  • Nuevo “LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENTN – Sciences Po Law School”

    Nuevo “LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENTN – Sciences Po Law School”

  • Principios ASADIP sobre Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia

    Principios ASADIP sobre Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia

  • Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

    Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

  • Consejo 2016-2019 de la ASADIP

    Consejo 2016-2019 de la ASADIP

Encuesta anual de casos estadounidenses de Derecho internacional privado – 2016

Queridos Miembros de ASADIP

La encuesta anual de casos estadounidenses de Derecho internacional privado 2016 (derecho aplicable), trigésima edición, ha sido publicada en SSRN. Puede descargarla en el siguiente enlace Annual Survey.

“Symeon-Symeonides

… Thirty years is a milestone of sorts. But if there is anything to celebrate, it is the interest of the readers, which, by every objective indication, has been growing every year. That interest, for which I am grateful, is the reason for continuing. If you are interested in the Private International Law Bibliography for 2016, you can download it from SSRN by clicking on this link. You can also download the surveys and bibliographies of previous years at this link.”

 “SSRN-Symeon Symeonides - Choice of Law in the American Courts in 2016

Nuevo “LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENTN – Sciences Po Law School”

New program at Sciences Po Law School

LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENT

The LLM in Transnational Arbitration & Dispute Settlement offered by Sciences Po Law School (SPLS) is a one-year, intensive and full-time programme, entirely taught in English. Its aim is to prepare students to act before the extraordinary variety of tribunals and courts that exist worldwide.

“This is a long-awaited LLM programme in which students will have the opportunity to learn the theory and practice of transnational arbitration, and dispute settlement in general, in the most important arbitration venue in the world, while being taught by several of the most prominent scholars and practitioners.”

Diego P. Fernández Arroyo
Professor at Sciences Po.
Director of the LLM Programme.

 

WHY STUDY ARBITRATION IN PARIS?

  • One of the most attractive and important international arbitration venues worldwide thanks to the presence of the International Chamber of Commerce’s Court of International Arbitration.
  • The most important law firms specialized in international arbitration and many of the most renowned specialists are based in Paris.

WHY STUDY ARBITRATION AT SCIENCES PO LAW SCHOOL?

  • Founded nearly 150 years ago, Sciences Po stands out as a world-class university with internationally-recognised degrees and research, a multicultural community and a worldwide network of partners.
  • SPLS has developed a strong reputation in matters related to international economic law, with a particular focus on all mechanisms of international dispute settlement.
  • SPLS’s teams excel in international moot competitions around the world and SPLS has been organising its own international moot competition for 12 years.
  • Many international arbitration related activities are organised every year with the participation of the most outstanding specialists from all over the world.

WHAT WILL YOU STUDY IN THIS LLM?

  • Transnational arbitration in all its forms.
  • Theoretical and practical aspects of arbitration and dispute settlement.
  • Combining “procedural” and “substantial” insights.
  • SPLS’s teams excel in international moot competitions around the world and SPLS has been organising its own international moot competition for 12 years.
  • Many international arbitration related activities are organised every year with the participation of the most outstanding specialists from all over the world.

TEACHING IN THE LLM IN TRANSNATIONAL ARBITRATION & DISPUTE SETTLEMENT

Emmanuel Gaillard
Emeritus Professor at Sciences Po; Partner, Shearman & Sterling’s.
Inaugural Lecture: Coordination and chaos in International commercial arbitration.

 

 

Gary B. Born
Chair of the International Arbitration Practice Group; Partner, WilmerHale.
Course: Transnational commercial arbitration.

 

 

Alain Pellet
Emeritus Professor, University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense.
Course: Public international law issues in international litigation.

 

 

George A. Bermann
Professor at Columbia Law School.
Course: International and transnational litigation.

 

 

Horatia Muir Watt
Professor at Sciences Po.
Course: Global conflict of laws and governance.

 

 

Franco Ferrari
Professor at New York University.
Course: International sales law and dispute resolution.

 

 

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD

Emmanuel Gaillard, Emeritus Professor at Sciences Po (Chairman); George A. Bermann, Professor at Columbia University, Affiliated with Sciences Po; Andrea Bjorklund, Professor at McGill University; Gary B. Born, President of the SIAC Court of Arbitration; Franco Ferrari, Professor at New York University; Maurice Kamto, Professor at Yaoundé II University; Pierre Mayer, Emeritus Professor at Paris I University; Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration; Horatia Muir Watt, Professor at Sciences Po; Alain Pellet, Emeritus Professor at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense; Mónica Pinto, Dean and Professor at Buenos Aires University; Emmanuelle Tourme-Jouannet, Professor at Sciences Po.

PRACTITIONERS CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE

Rodman Bundy, Greg Falkof and Wesley Pydiamah, Eversheds; Carine Dupeyron, Darrois, Villey, Maillot, Brochier; Simon Greenberg and Karolina Rozycka, Clifford Chance; Laurent Gouiffès, Hogan Lovells; Maude Lebois, Shearman & Sterling; Carole Malinvaud, Gide Loyrette Nouel; Fernando Mantilla Serrano, Latham & Watkins; Isabelle Michou, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan; Charles Nairac, Elizabeth Oger-Gross, Christophe von Krause and Nicolas Bouchardie, White & Case; Tim Portwood, Bredin Prat; Eduardo Silva Romero, Dechert; Roland Ziadé and Christian Albanesi, Linklaters.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONSULT

LAW SCHOOL WEBSITE

 

Principios ASADIP sobre Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia

Presentamos el documento que contiene la última versión de los Principios ASADIP sobre el Acceso Transnacional a la Justicia que será puesto en consideración de los miembros de la Asociación en la próxima asamblea a celebrarse en Buenos Aires. Dicho documento es el resultado de un arduo trabajo iniciado en el 2013 por parte de los miembros de esta institución y que estuvo a cargo de los profesores Diego P. Fernández Arroyo, Alejandro M. Garro, Eduardo Vescovi, Claudia Madrid Martínez y Javier Ochoa Muñoz.

La Asociación agradece y hace especial reconocimiento a la valiosa ayuda y los aportes significativos de algunos profesores. En especial, se agradecen las observaciones y el apoyo de los profesores Didier Opertti Badan, David Stewart, Hans van Loon, Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre, María Blanca Noodt Taquela, Eugenio Hernández-Bretón, Paula All, Luis Ernesto Rodríguez y Carlos Arrue. Además, destacamos la colaboración de la información sobre Brasil a Renata Alvares Gaspar y Luciane Klein Vieira; de Colombia a José Luis Marín; de Cuba a Maelia Esther Pérez Silveira y Taydit Peña Lorenzo; de El Salvador a Elizabeth Villalta; de Panamá a Gilberto Boutin; de Uruguay a Eduardo Tellechea Bergman y Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre; y de Venezuela a Eugenio Hernández-Bretón, Claudia Madrid Martínez, Yaritza Pérez Pacheco, Mirian Rodríguez Reyes, Zhandra Marín, Claudia Lugo, Maritza Méndez Zambrano, Luis Ernesto Rodríguez, Javier Ochoa Muñoz y Andrés Carrasquero Stolk.

Descargar versión definitiva (PDF)

PRINCIPIOS ASADIP SOBRE ACCESO TRANSNACIONAL A LA JUSTICIA (TRANSJUS)

TRANSJUS-texto final

Las versiones de los TRANSJUS en otros idiomas serán publicadas en breve (inglés, francés y portugués).

 

Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

Private International Law: Embracing Diversity

 

PILIM Conference, 24 de febrero de 2017 (ver programa adjunto)

Convocatoria para la presentación de posters y videos para La Conferencia final del Proyecto PILIM, Universidad de Edimburgo (24 de febrero de 2017)

Para mayor información ver: ILIM – Private International Law and the Development of Integrated Markets: A Cross-Regional Collaboration – http://www.pilim.law.ed.ac.uk/

Por consultas sobre los videos y posters dirigirse a: mparedes@derecho.uba.ar (Sebastián Paredes).

 

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Nota de Condolencia – Prof. Dr. Gonzalo Parra-Aranguren

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Consejo 2016-2019 de la ASADIP

El pasado 12 de noviembre se realizó la Asamblea Anual de la ASADIP, en Buenos Aires – Argentina y fue electo un nuevo Consejo 2016-2019.

 

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X Jornadas ASADIP 2016. Buenos Aires-Argentina

LIBRO – JORNADAS ASADIP 2016

CONTRATOS INTERNACIONALES 

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Beca completa para estudiantes latinoamericanos – Maestría de Derecho Internacional

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La convocatoria cierra el próximo lunes 21 de noviembre de 2016.
Para mayor información:

 

Noticias del Comité Jurídico Interamericano de la OEA

El Comité Jurídico Interamericano de la OEA aprueba importantes textos en materia de protección internacional del consumidor y recibos de almacenaje electrónico para productos agrícolas en su sesión de octubre de 2016:
  • Resolución sobre protección del consumidor
  • Informe sobre recibos de almacenaje electrónicos para productos agrícolas en ambos idiomas.

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Journal of Private International Law Conference at Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro, 3-5 August 2017

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Journal of Private International Law Conference at Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro, 3-5 August 20176

Call for papers

 Building on the very successful conferences held in Aberdeen (2005), Birmingham (2007), New York (2009), Milan (2011) Madrid (2013), and Cambridge (2015), we are pleased to announce that the Journal of Private International Law will be holding its next Conference at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, 3-5 August 2017. We are now calling for abstracts for the Conference. Please submit an abstract if you would like to make a presentation at the Conference and you are willing to produce a final paper that you will submit for publication in the Journal. Abstracts should be up to 500 words in length and should clearly state the name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s).

They can be on any subject matter that falls within the scope of the Journal, and can be offered by people at any stage of their career, including postgraduate students.    The  Journal of Private International Law ( J. Priv. Int. L.) was launched in spring 2005 and covers all aspects of private international law, reflecting the role of the European Union and the Hague Conference on Private International Law in the making of private international law, in addition to the traditional role of domestic legal orders. Articles from scholars anywhere in the world writing in English about developments in any jurisdiction on any aspect of private international law are welcomed, as well as shorter articles or analysis from anywhere in the world, including analysis of new treaties and conventions, and lengthy review articles dealing with significant new publications.

Presentation at the Conference will depend on whether your abstract is selected by the Editors of the Journal (Professors Jonathan Harris of King’s College, London and Paul Beaumont of the University of Aberdeen) and by the conference organisers in the Pontifical Catholic University (Professors Nadia de Araujo, Daniela Vargas and Lauro Gama).  The subsequent article should be submitted to the Journal. Publication in the Journal will be subject to the usual system of refereeing by two experts in the field.

The Conference will be a mixture of plenary (Friday) and parallel panel sessions (Thursday afternoon and Saturday morning).  Please indicate on the abstract whether you are willing to present in either or are only willing to do so in one or the other. A willingness to be flexible maximises our ability to select your paper.

The Conference will be held at the main campus of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (www.puc-rio.br). . Further information will be available soon.

Speakers will not be expected to pay a conference fee but will be expected to pay their travel and accommodation expenses to attend the Conference in Rio de Janeiro.  Information on Conference accommodation will be available soon, with a list of hotels and hostels nearby the campus, but the University does not have living arrangements  Details about accommodation and the Conference dinner on the Thursday evening will follow.

 

Please send your abstract to the following email address by November 15th 2016: (jprivintlrioconference2017@gmail.com)