Research Roundtable On The Codification Of Commercial Law ‘The Proposal For A Common European Sales Law’

On Friday, 19 October 2012, the Centre for European Law and Internationalisation (CELI) at the School of Law, University of Leicester is hosting the first in a series of two research roundtables on “The Codification Of Commercial Law: The Proposal For A Common European Sales Law.” The aim of this roundtable is to critically examine recent developments in the proposal for a Common European Sales Law.  The papers reflect a general theme relative to the proposed Regulation namely the issues of transnational codification, the limits of private law and the need for a CESL. In addition, papers will also consider specific aspects related to the proposal including consumer credit and private international law issues. The roundtable will be relevant to practitioners, researchers, as well as traders’ and consumers’ representatives / interest groups with an interest in the proposed Regulation. For further information please contact Lorna Gillies,

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