The Private Law Working Group was established at the EUI in 2009 to promote scholarship on private law in general and European private law in particular. The Working Group is proud to have been and to continue to serve as an intellectual hub where scholars gather to discuss contemporary matters of importance in private law research. The Working Group seeks to cover all areas of private law, in and outside of Europe, including questions on the philosophy of private law, social and environmental justice, consumer law, and adjudication. A series of events, by guest speakers or EUI researchers and faculty, are organised regularly at the Institute to discuss developing research and significant developments in the field.
If you are interested in private law research, please join our mailing list by sending an e-mail to [email protected].
All researchers interested in presenting their research at the Working Group should get in touch at the same address.
The current conveners for the academic year 2022-2023 are Gildelen Aty-Biyo, Victoria Garin Giménez, Carolina Paulesu and Fouad Saleh.
The Working Group is grateful for the support of Professor Martijn Hesselink