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    “An update on French and European Procedures”, 27 October 2017, Strasbourg

     

    A conference will be held on 27 October 2017 on the theme of “An Update on French and European Insolvency Procedures”, organised by the Management and Economy Unit of the Mixed Research Group on Law, Religion, Enterprise and Society at the University of Strasbourg. The event, under the direction of Thibault De Ravel D’Esclapon, Senior Lecturer, University of Strasbourg and Michel Storck, Professeur, Université of Strasbourg, will take place in Amphitheatre 2, located at 61 avenue de la Forêt-Noire, Strasbourg.
     

    The occasion will also see a formal ceremony of presentation of a Festschrift in honour of Jean-Luc Vallens to the recipient at the close of proceedings.


    Further information can be obtained from:

    Héloïse Hancke: T: +33(0)3 68 85 86 99; E: <fr3241-contact@unistra.fr>.

    or from the website at: <http://dres.misha.cnrs.fr/spip.php?article522>.


    The conference programme may be viewed here.

     

    “Cross-Border Business Crisis: International and European Horizons”, 3-4 November 2017, Rome

    The School of Law at LUISS “Guido Carli” University in Rome will host a conference on “Cross-Border Business Crisis: International and European Horizons” on 3-4 November 2017 coordinated by Professor Antonio Leandro (University of Bari) and Judge Luciano Panzani (President of the Court of Appeal, Rome).

    The conference will reflect current developments in international and cross-border insolvency and will take place in three sessions over two days. The sessions will focus on “International and European Policies on Business Crisis”; “Regulation 2015/848 within the Private International Law European System” and “Cross-border Insolvency and the Italian Legal Order: Old and New Challenges”.

    Confirmed speakers at the event come from the ranks of academia, practice and the judiciary and will include Stefania Bariatti, Massimo V. Benedettelli, Sergio M. Carbone, Giorgio Corno, Domenico Damascelli, Luigi Fumagalli, Anna Gardella, Lucio Ghia, Francisco J. Garcimartín Alférez, Antonio Leandro, Maria Chiara Malaguti, Fabrizio Marongiu Buonaiuti, Alberto Mazzoni, Paul J. Omar, Judge Luciano Panzani, Antonio Tullio, Robert van Galen, Francesca Villata and Ivo-Meinert Willrodt.

    Speakers have been drawn from the membership of INSOL Europe, INSOL International and the International Insolvency Institute. In addition, the Study Group on Cross-Border Insolvency of the International Law Association (Italian Branch) will also be represented.

    The Law School is pleased to be hosting this conference in Rome, which will also be an occasion to note the new Masters on Restructuring being launched at LUISS University in the coming academic year.

    A final conference agenda is available here. Registration will be made available at the LUISS School of Law webpage dedicated to the event here
    . In the interim, further information may be obtained from the conference organiser Professor Antonio Leandro at antonio.leandro@uniba.it

     
     

    Call for Submissions: Nottingham Insolvency and Business Law eJournal NIBLeJ

    The Centre for Business and Insolvency Law is calling for submissions to the Nottingham Insolvency and Business Law eJournal (NIBLeJ) for the Volume 5: Winter 2017. The NIBLeJ is an open access, peer reviewed academic journal (Dr Paula Moffatt and Dr Jennifer L. L. Gant, editors) that boasts an eminent cast of reviewers. Submissions must comply with the following requirements:
    • Content must have some relation to business and/or insolvency law, but innovative political, social, or theoretical perspectives are welcome as well as comparative discussions, cross-discipline investigations, and relationships with other legal areas.
    • Manuscripts should be between 10,000-15,000 words (including footnotes). 15,000 is the upper limit.
    • Referencing must conform to the OSCOLA style. See the following website for both a quick reference guide and full guidance: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/publications/oscola. In-line referencing (Harvard Style) is not accepted.
    • Submissions should be sent to Jennifer L. L. Gant at jennifer.gant@ntu.ac.uk  on or before Friday 29th September 2017  in order to be included in this volume.
    • Submissions must include full name or names if more than one author and title. Authors are welcome to include academic affiliations, and qualifications, and teaching position, or any other relevant author information as a first footnote. 
     
    Please note that only manuscripts in the English language will be accepted. Manuscripts submitted for publication are subjected to anonymous peer review by expert academics and legal practitioners to ensure high quality publications.
     
    If you would like to look at previous submissions to the NIBLeJ, please see the following:  http://www.ntu.ac.uk/nls/research/insolvency_journal/index.html. A full style guide is also available here: https://www4.ntu.ac.uk/nls/research/insolvency_journal/editorial_information/191399.pdf.
     
    The deadline for the final submission of article manuscripts is Friday 29 September 2017. For additional information, please contact Jennifer L. L. Gant in the first instance using the above contact details, or check the NIBLeJ website on the link above.

    Nottingham Law School and Radboud University 
    Dual Master’s in Law degree

    Nottingham Law School, England and Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands have become partners to offer an exciting and innovative dual Master’s in Law degree. At the end of one year of study, successful students will be awarded the LLM Corporate and Insolvency Law from Nottingham Law School and the LLM European and Insolvency Law from Radboud University. Students spend time studying for the dual LLM at both university campuses. The partnership between the two universities means that internationally recognised professors of insolvency law, all specialists in their specific fields, will teach and share their extensive knowledge and expertise with students on this programme.

    More information here.

    Call for Contributions

    Eleven International Publishing presents a New Book Series entitled European and
    International Insolvency Law Studies (EIILS) with the aim of establishing a collection
    of prominent studies in this field of law.
    The series will be an important source of information for both practitioners (e.g.
    lawyers, judges and policy makers in governments and international organizations)
    and scholars involved in the practice and study of insolvency law.

    More information can be found here.

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