The University of Edinburgh is organising a conference on The Forum Conveniens 2018 – Party Autonomy in Private International Law: The Privatisation of Global Governance? on May 2 for which registration is free but mandatory.
Dr Alex Mills, Reader in Public and Private International Law, UCL
Dr Mills has published, taught and given presentations to academic conferences and legal professionals, widely and internationally.
He has held visiting academic positions at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Private Law and Private International Law in Hamburg, Columbia University School of Law in New York, the University of Nancy II in France, and (as an International Visiting Research Fellow) at the University of Sydney in Australia.
Dr Mills’ research covers a range of topics in and beyond the fields of Public International Law and Private International Law (also known as the Conflict of Laws).
He is the author of The Confluence of Public and Private International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2009) and Party Autonomy in Private International Law (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018), and co-author of Cheshire North and Fawcett’s Private International Law (15th edition, Oxford University Press, 2017).
Last Date for registration: April 30
Conference Date: May 2; 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
This event is free; open to all but registration is required.
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