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Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé

IACL President receives the title of Doctor honoris causa from the University of Pretoria — Inaugural address on the need to advance the study of comparative law in South Africa and the greater African continent

On 15 April 2021, IACL President Prof. Katharina Boele-Woelki received the title of Doctor honoris causa from the University of Pretoria. In her inaugural address, Prof Boele-Woelki declared her mission to reach out to and advance the study of comparative law in South...

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REMEMBERING – Professor Emmanuel Gaillard (1952-2021)

The Academy is saddened to hear about the loss of Professor Emmanuel Gaillard, one of the greatest authorities of international arbitration worldwide. His powerful ideas, intellectual generosity as well as his kindness will forever be remembered.

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ASUNCION2022 — Call for National Special Rapporteurs!

For the first time, a page is set up by the Secretariat to help General Rapporteurs who are looking for National Special Rapporteurs for the jurisdictions for which no rapporteur has been appointed by a National Committee. Should you have any questions please...

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ONLINE DIRECTORY — 2021 UPDATING CAMPAIGN

An updated directory with specific information about all members will be made available online on the Academy's website for the 2022 Asunción General Congress. Members are requested to return the form below with their updated information to secretariat@aidc-iacl.org....

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Remembering Professor Michele Taruffo (1943-2020)

The Academy is saddened to hear about the loss of Professor Michele Taruffo, one of the greatest authorities of procedural law in Italy and in the world. Professor Michele Taruffo was professor at the Università degli Studi di Pavia since 1965.

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The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Administrative Law

The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Administrative Law

Edited by Peter Cane, Herwig C H Hofmann, Eric C Ip, and Peter L Lindseth, OUP, 2020 The comparative study of administrative law has a long history dating back more than 200 years. It has enjoyed a renaissance in the past 15 years or so and now sits alongside fields...

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Disciplining Judges: Contemporary Challenges and Controversies

Disciplining Judges: Contemporary Challenges and Controversies

Edited by Richard Devlin, FRSC, Professor and Acting Dean and Sheila Wildeman, Associate Professor, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada. Edward Elgar 2021 Presentation: Globally, countries are faced with a complex act of statecraft: how...

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Café Comparatum Podcast – Tribute to Emmanuel Gaillard

Café Comparatum Podcast – Tribute to Emmanuel Gaillard

A discussion to pay tribute to Prof. Emmanuel Gaillard (1952-2021) with former IACL President Prof. G Bermann (Columbia Law School), IACL Secretary-General Prof. D P Fernández Arroyo and IACL Deputy Secretary-General Dr. A Senegacnik. References discussed:...

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