‘Party Autonomy to Choose a Forum: Philosophical and Historical Justification’

“On March 18-19, the Young Comparativists Committee (YCC) of the American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) hosted its fifth annual global conference at Tulane University Law School. Many scholars presented their papers relating to teaching and writing in comparative law, and more than 100 scholars from 80 countries attended. At the conference, I presented my work on Normative View of Party Autonomy to Choose a Forum in a Comparative Perspective. My paper emphasized the unprecedented rate of recognition of forum selection clauses in international civil and commercial transactions …” (more)

[Milana Karayanidi, New Private Law, 5 May]

First posted 2016-05-05 16:02:59

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