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

Portucalense Law Institute and IJP-IPLeiria are organising 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 will be 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.

The event takes place on 7 September, starting at 3pm, and will be held in person, in Auditorium 201, and via zoom through the link:

Access is free and registration is not required.
We thank you for your participation and publicity.


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