23 July 2022
Transnational Litigation: Substance and Procedureblended course
This year’s program looks at cross-border litigation from a wider perspective, embracing not only civil and commercial matters but also matter as diverse as family law, succession law, climate change litigation.
While at the core of the program still lie the European space of justice, with its private and procedural international law regulations, the comparative and international perspective is strengthened, with several lecturers from Third States.
As usual, the approach is both theoretical and practical: as a matter of fact, the whole Saturday 23 July session is dedicated to workshops to involve the participants in the solution of cases and problems.
The Faculty of the Summer School is composed of experts from different jurisdictions with very diverse professional backgrounds.
The Director of the School is Prof. Michele Angelo Lupoi, who teaches Civil Procedural Law and European Judicial Cooperation at the University of Bologna. The Vice-Director of the School is Marco Farina, Adjunct Professor of Civil Procedural Law at LUISS University of Rome.
Prof. Michele Angelo Lupoi
The Summer School is aimed at law students as well as law graduates and law practitioners who want to obtain a specialised knowledge in this complex and fascinating area of international civil procedure.
To provide participants a deep knowledge in some fundamental topics of cross border civil litigation to enable to solve issues of jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition and enforcement of decisions
EUR 200: This fee covers registrations, materials and classes