SECOND BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF THE
EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR COMPARATIVE LEGAL HISTORY
The Second Biennial Conference of the ESCLH will take place on 9 and 10 July 2012 in Amsterdam. Venue is the campus of the VU University. The Conference theme is “Comparative Legal History - Definitions and Challenges”: how do we delineate the landmarks which fruitful legal historical comparison requires and which are the specific problems that a comparative-historical approach of the various branches of law may encounter? Subthemes are Fascist Criminal Law (coordinator Stephen Skinner) and Corporate Law (coordinator Dave De ruysscher).
Enrolment is possible through the conference website until June 11: http://www.rechten.vu.nl/comparativelegalhistory
The fee (including coffee/tea during the breaks, drinks on Monday afternoon, the lunch and canal round trip on Tuesday) is €100 for non-members and €50 for students and PhD-students. ESCLH-members enrol free of charge. For the Buffet-Diner on Monday night an additional fee of €40 per head will be required for all participants (members, non-members and companions).
Department of Legal Theory and Legal History
T: + 31 20 59 86207
F: + 31 20 5986211
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