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Recent events have turned our focus to women and the law – for negative and positive reasons – and Max Planck Law has been profoundly engaged with these issues. In early March 2019, 33-year old Sarah Everard was kidnapped and murdered in London. Later a police...
Irene Domenici (left) and Jessica Deitzer will be the first Max Planck researchers to take part in the recently established exchange programme between Max Planck Law and the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law. Following a rigorous selection process amongst...
The second Max Planck Law Conference, now an annual event, was expected to take place in its usual venue, Harnack House, Berlin. In response to the worsening COVID-19 situation, the organizers, Professor Russell Miller and Dr Gilbert Leung, moved the event online....
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A legal historians’s perspective on the profoundly long-term casues of Brexit.
An interview with Dr Pedro Villarreal, Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, on legal issues and global challenges in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
An analysis of the language-games and epistemic challenges in the translation of Rechtsgemeinschaft from the perspective of legal history.
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