The Europeanisation of Private Law: Theory and Practice, December 2010

The Research Group on Credit, Debt and Consumer Protection at Leicester University, in association with the Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law at Durham University, will be hosting a duo-colloquium entitled ‘The Europeanisation of Private Law: Theory and Practice’ in Leicester on 17—18 December 2010. The conference will explore, post Lisbon, the idea of ‘Europeanised’ Private Law in the context of initiatives aimed at the harmonisation, consolidation and possible codification of European Private Law; initiatives which may challenge the role of a competition of legal orders, question the cultural, social and economic factors shaping national Private Law regimes and rephrase the debate on the legitimate reach of EU law.

Contact: mel.kenny@le.ac.uk

A book of which Mel Kenny is a joint editor entitled Unconscionability in European Private Financial Transactions. Protecting the Vulnerable has been published by CUP.

December 2010

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