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Conferenza European Law Institute (ELI)

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06 set

11:15 AM

2019 Annual Conference and Meetings
4–6 September 2019
Vienna (Austria)

 

Venerdì 6 settembre 2019 il prof. Alberto Monti e la dott.ssa Lydia Velliscig parteciperanno come relatori al Convegno annuale dello European Law Institute (ELI) che si terrà a Vienna. 

Il prof. Monti e la dott.ssa Velliscig interverranno nell’ambito dell’ Italian Hub Panel dedicato al tema “New Technologies and the Law: The Impact on Rules of Torts, Contracts and the Insurance Market”, come da estratto della brochure della Conferenza allegato.

La brochure integrale è disponibile qui:
https://europeanlawinstitute.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/p_eli/General_Assembly/2019/Conference_Brochure_2019.pdf 

Ulteriori informazioni sono disponibili online al sito: 
https://europeanlawinstitute.eu/about-the-eli/bodies/membership/ga-2019/ 

La conferenza ELI è aperta a tutti i membri della comunità giuridica internazionale, compresi giudici, avvocati, ricercatori e studiosi del diritto.

Alberto Monti is Full Professor of comparative law at the University School for Advanced Studies IUSS Pavia. He was admitted to the Albo Speciale Cassazionisti e Giurisdizioni Superiori . His research and practice focus on torts, contracts, insurance/reinsurance, banking and financial laws. He holds a JD from the University of Milan, an LLM from NYU Law (Hauser Global Scholar) and a PhD from the University of Trento. Since 2002 he has collaborated with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, Paris).

Lydia Velliscig is Assistant Professor of comparative law at the University School for Advanced Studies IUSS Pavia. She received her PhD (2010, comparative law) from the University of Milan. She is a member of the Italian Society for Comparative Legal Research (SIRD) and of the International Association for Insurance Law (AIDA) – Lombardia section. Her main research areas are on comparative and European private law and include topics related to insurance law and financial markets law.