The most recent development in the field of private law in the past decennium is without doubt the Europeanization of Europe. The wish to create of European private law has led to numerous scientific publications and dozens of new magazines. In the lee of the Euro-crisis the European Commission is even considering the possibility of one ‘European Civil Code.’
But is the development of one European civil code really an option? Will this mean that there really will be unified law? Is it possible and desirable to create a unity of all those European law systems?
Urios and the Molengraaff Dispute organize an interactive lecture on Friday the 4th of April. All the above questions about the prospects of the accomplished harmonisation in Europe will be answered by:
-mr. dr. Sonja Kruisinga, professor at the Molengraaff Institute for Private law
-prof. mr. Ewoud Honidus, professor private law at de University Utrecht.
-mr. dr. Merel Jonker, researcher at the Molengraaff Institute for Private law
-mr dr. Bram Akkermans, assistant professor European private law at de University van Maastricht.
These speakers will tackle question from three different perspectives. The perspectives will be contract law, property law and family law. At the end your perspective will be important as there is sufficient time for discussions!
You are more than welcome to join us at the Belle van Zuylenzaal of the Academiegebouw, Domplein 29.
- 15.45 Reception
- 16.00 Start of the lecture
- 18.00 Drinks at 't Heen & Weer, Donkere Gaard 13
Please note that the lecture itself will be in Dutch
Sign up by filling out the form found in the link.
See you Friday the 4th of April !