Rethinking Expropriation Law:
The Context, Criteria and Consequences of Expropriation Law
25-27 September 2014, Royal Dutch Institute in Rome
Via Omero 10/12, I-00197 Roma
Opening: Thursday 25 September, 12.00
Closing: Saturday 27 September: 12.10
Guided tour through ancient Rome from 14.00-17.00
The Groningen Centre for Law and Governance, in co-operation with the Royal Dutch Institute in Rome (KNIR), will be hosting a Conference on the Context, Criteria and Consequences of Expropriation Law in Rome, Italy, from Thursday 25th until Saturday 27th September, 2014. The venue will be the Royal Dutch Institute in Rome (Via Omero 10/12, I-00197 Roma).
The success of the pilot gathering in Groningen spurred the initiative to arrange a follow-up meeting, to deal with some of the topics that could not be covered during the 2013 event, which focused exclusively on rethinking public purpose / public interest in expropriation law. The focus of the 2014 event is the Context, Criteria and Consequences of Expropriation Law.
The proceedings will be open to all interested parties. For more information about the topic of the conference, please view the concept paper . If you wish to present a paper at the conference, please contact the organising team by sending an e-mail with your personal details and your proposal to Hanri.Mostert@uct.ac.za / L.C.A. Verstappen@rug.nl / J.Sluysmans@jur.ru.nl.
Please find the programme here. Short biographies and abstracts of the speakers can be found here.
To register for the conference as an attendee or as speaker (pending selection of your paper), please find more information and complete the registration form.
Registration is open until September 17th, 2014.
Looking forward to seeing you in Rome,
The organising committee