1st ELI Portuguese Centre Conference

1st conference organized by the Portuguese Hub of European Law Institute (ELI), in which the Portucalense Legal Institute (IJP) have an active participation. The conference is entitled “Sustainability Challenges in the Law”: Participation is free of charge, but registration is required through the form available at: See Poster

4th Edition – Congress on Transnational Law

On July 11th and 12th, 2024, the Ibero-American Institute of Legal Studies (Iberojur) and the University of Salamanca, in partnership with the Portucalense Juridical Institute (IJP) and other institutions/centers, will host the 4th edition of their Transnational Law Congress (CONDITRANS). The IV CONDITRANS will have both in-person and online formats, with the in-person component taking place at the Faculty of Law of Salamanca, Spain. For more information, please visit: See Poster!

The European Union in times of crisis: Law and Public Policies from 2020 to 2023

The book “The European Union in times of crisis: Law and Public Policies from 2020 to 2023″ is now available in open access. With a Foreword by Professor Fausto de Quadros and coordinated by Susana Sardinha Monteiro, Cátia Marques Cebola and Eugénio Lucas, the book brings together contributions from renowned researchers from different areas of knowledge, who reflect on the response of the Union, its institutions and leaders to the crisis(es) of recent years arising not only from the pandemic and post-pandemic context, but also from the return of war to Europe and its impact on national policies and legislation and consequently on people’s lives. Published by Almedina, it has 12 chapters by Juan Manuel Rodríguez Barrigón, Nuno Sardinha Monteiro, Graça Enes Ferreira, Constança Urbano de Sousa, Mário Simões Barata and Dora Resende Alves, Vanda Amaro Dias and André Pereira Matos, Eugénio Lucas, Ana Isabel Xavier, Susana Sardinha Monteiro and Cátia Marques Cebola, Susana Almeida and Mário Frota, Luís Mota, Patrícia Bento and Elisa Pacheco, Elisabete Santos, Nuno Abranches Pinto, Rita Guimarães Fialho D`Almeida and Isabel Baltazar”. The work will be available in the IPLeiria and UPT repositories, but can already be consulted on the brand new Almedina platform, where books published in open access can be found. Almedina Platform Book in PDF format

Nomination of the directive committee IJP

The coordinators of the Research Groups, Prof. Dr Eva Dias Costa(Heritage), Prof Dr Fernanda Neves Rebelo (People), Prof Dr Lurdes Mesquita (Process) and Prof Dr Pascoal Pereira (Politics and Governance) are appointed to integrate the directive committee of Instituto Jurídico Portucalense.

II International Congress of Civil Procedural Law – The Challenges of De-Judicialisation of Justice

15 and 16 December 2023 Instituto Jurídico Portucalense and Universidade Portucalense, in partnership with Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Universidade Estácio de Sá, Universidade de Vigo, Instituto Brasileiro de Direito Processual, Associação Brasileira Elas no Processo and Associação dos Registradores Civis de Pessoas Naturais do Brasil (ARPEN BR), invite the academic community to participate in the II International Congress of Civil Procedural Law – The Challenges of De-Judicialisation of Justice, to be held on 15 and 16 December 2023, in a hybrid format, in person and online, through the Colibri/Zoom platform.The period for submitting abstracts for the II International Congress on Civil Procedural Law – The Challenges of De-Judicialisation of Justice, held as part of the ARBLAW Project of the Portucalense Legal Institute/UPT, is now open until December 3, 2023.The Congress will take place on 15 and 16 December, both online and in person, at UPT. Contacts: Click here for more information

Video Presentation – ARBLAW congress

This was the inaugural conference of the ARBLAW – ARBITRATION AND ACCESS TO LAW research project, which discussed and reflected on current issues in the field of access to justice and voluntary arbitration, both national and international, in the various aspects that this involves: administrative, tax, consumer and international. As well as issues arising from the application of new technologies and artificial intelligence to arbitration.

Luso-Brazilian Dialogue on Arbitration and Other Forms of De-Judicialisation

Portucalense Law Institute and IJP-IPLeiria organised an international seminar on Portuguese-Brazilian dialogue on arbitration and other forms of de-judicialisation, as part of the work of the ARBLAW research project, with support from the Foundation for Science and Technology. Arbitration and other forms of de-judicialisation were discussed, in dialogue with the experience of the Brazilian legal system in private and public law disputes. We will have the honour of welcoming Professors Flávia Pereira Hill and Humberto Dalla Bernardina de Pinho from the State University of Rio de Janeiro, renowned proceduralists, who will be in dialogue with Portuguese experts in the field and IJP researchers. The Portuguese Consumer Law Association is also collaborating in this initiative. Program

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