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New Directions in Private International Law

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NEW DIRECTIONS IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: A RESEARCH SEMINAR

Ithaca, New York
February 28, 2014

On February 28, 2014, four private international law experts presented papers at a workshop organized at the Cornell Law School. The discussion was held in a roundtable style, allowing for intensive discussion among Cornell students, faculty members and Clarke program fellows and postdoctoral associates.

Presenters

Hisashi Harata (University of Tokyo)
Rethinking of Potential and Limit of PIL from the Historical and Theoretical Viewpoint
Karen Knopp (University of Toronto)
Private Citizens of the World: Subjects in Lorimer's The Institutes of the Law of Nations
Ralf Michaels (Duke University)
Party Autonomy in Private International Law: a New Paradigm without a Solid Foundation
Annelise Riles (Cornell Law School)
Managing Regulatory arbitrage: A Conflict of Laws Approach