2923 Mar May 13:00
M-EPLI Talks offer a forum to share academic work and ideas. These meetings take place twice a month during the academic year at the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University. Guest speakers are invited to:
- Present work in progress, including papers and PhD dissertations.
- Present academic projects to M-EPLI Fellows, including book or conference projects.
- Critically comment on recent developments in the law, either at national or European levels, including changes in legislation, doctrine, and case law that might trigger future work in progress.
M-EPLI Talks 2023
(University of Groningen)
|At the Intersection of Conflicts Law and Consumer Law: 'MS May'-Exceptions in the Light of Article 6 Rome I Regulation||Hybride|
|Antoine Louis||AI for Law: Bridging the Gap between People and the Law with Language Models||Hybride|
|Eline Couperus||The Role of the Fundamental Freedom to Conduct a Business in a “Social” Europe||Hybride|
This event is co-organized with Glaw-Net
|Urban transnational law: Infrastructure and Social Order in the City||Hybride|
- Vageesh Saxena: ‘CyberCrime-Linker: Analyzing Behavorial Patterns to Link and Identify Vendors in Online Criminal Spaces’.
Francesco Zappatore (University of Foggia): ‘Private Law, Public Goals: Comparative Reflections on Punitive Damages.
Data-driven Nudges in Investment Apps ― An Opportunity to Develop a Healthy and Sustainable Financial Environment Amidst the Retail Investment Boom
Hybrid via Zoom Hosted
Organised by Law Events Office