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Projects and Initiatives

China, Law, and Society

An initiative to facilitate networking, communication and scholarly exchange among scholars who work on the intersection of law and Chinese society.

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International Arbitration Working Group

The group aims to pool the existing expertise on international arbitration across the Max Planck Law Network and to lay the foundations for future collaboration and cooperation concerned with international arbitration.

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Critical Discussions in Methodology

An initiative aimed at fostering methodological cross-pollination across the various Institutes, with an ambition to produce new methodological knowledge.

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Law-Tech-Society

A hub for the exchange of ideas on common themes, concerns, and challenges raised by the complex and interdependent relationships between law, technology, and society.

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Minerva LAW Network

A focal point to discuss career development and other matters relating to gender and the law, bringing female legal researchers in the Max Planck Network together with leaders to spark engaging discussions on these themes.

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Young Scholars’ Annual Workshop
PhD@MAXLAW

A platform for PhDs to engage with colleagues from other Institutes and receive feedback on their current projects from different, interdisciplinary perspectives.

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The Fragmented Nature of
Pandemic Decision-making:
Comparative and Multilevel Legal Analysis

Online workshop and working group exploring the legal instruments that may be relevant for decision-making in times of pandemic within the framework of the rule of law. 

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Max Planck Law Projects and Max Planck Law Initiatives are grassroots  networking and cooperation formats. You are encouraged to submit a  proposal for one of these formats by completing the relevant on-line form. Further information on these and other forms of engaging the network can be found here.