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EXPERT(E)S DISCUTANT(E)S

Marie
Cresp
BIO
Katharina Kaesling
BIO
Marion
Ho-Dac
BIO
Benyam Mezmur
BIO
Masha
Antokolskaia
BIO
Christa
Rauntenbach
BIO

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BIO
Benefits of a legal-economic approach to comparative family law
Mark Beuker 
BIO
Multidisciplinary issues on scientific research and medical treatment on new-borns in comparative law
Elena Falletti
BIO
“You Were an Embryonic Dragon, Nurtured Temporarily in a Dog’s Belly” v. « children are a piece of heart ». Surrogacy in China and Italy among Tradition, Ideology, Gender, and the Law
Simona Novaretti & Joëlle Long 
BIO
Methodological Challenges and Opportunities When Comparing Family Laws in West Africa
Lukas Heckendorn Urscheler
BIO
A Comparative Account of the Continuous Influence of Customary Law on Judicial Institutions in the Development of Legal Jurisprudence for Ugandan Family law from Colonial to Post-colonial Settings Ivan K Mugabi. K. & Witness Nabalende 
BIO
Les droits africains de la famille face aux mutations de l’individualisme juridique
Natacha Hermine Ngo Nlep
BIO
Cyprus Matrimonial Property Law: Ηow Principles of Equity survived the new legislation 
Aspasia K. Efstathiou 
BIO
Islamic family law and legal pluralism approach: case studies of reasonable accommodation in Europe
Maria Francesca Cavalcanti
BIO
State and Society: the « legal culture » in the “interdisciplinary” comparison between legislation and family law and between Law in the Book and Law in Action
Antonello Miranda
BIO
A plea for “public family law”
Nausica Palazzo

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