Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

The Max Planck Institute of European Legal History and the Institute for Legal History at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt jointly organise four evening lectures a year, which take place at the beginning and end of each semester. Since the winter semester of 2014/15, the MPI and the university’s Institute for Legal History have taken turns hosting the event, at which a public talk by an external speaker is followed by the opportunity for conversation and exchange between the two institute’s researchers.

Christopher Clark: 1848 - eine gescheiterte Revolution? (1848 - a failed revolution?)

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

David J. Ibbetson: Unjust(ified) Enrichment

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

Stephan Dusil: Kanonistische Marginalien? (Canonistic marginalia?)

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

Jan Schröder: Gibt es zeitlose Theorien in der Rechtswissenschaft? (Are there timeless theories in jurisprudence?)

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

Catharine MacMillan: The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche
  • Date: Nov 2, 2016
  • Time: 18:00
  • Speaker: Catharine MacMillan
  • King’s College London
  • Topic: The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council: Law and the British Empire
  • Location: MPIeR
  • Room: Z 01

Hannes Siegrist: Verleger und Komponisten (Publishers and composers)

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

John Cairns: Regulating Slavery in Europe: A Global Problem of the Eighteenth Century

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche

Gerd Althoff: Streitschlichtung in der Krise: Der Fall König Heinrichs IV. (Dispute settlement at a time of crisis: the case of King Henry IV)

Frankfurter Rechtshistorische Abendgespräche
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