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Digest 120

October 16, 2019 Subsribe

SPBILF 2020 News

The Programme Committee is waiting for more proposals for the X SPBILF’s Business Programme. Not only most relevant subjects but also innovative formats of future events are welcome.

Events including live discussions are becoming more and more popular at the Forum – sometimes such events grow into real debates and even battles. Each Delegate recalls the legal battle between human and robot, judicial precedents battles and open and meaningful dialogues with state authorities, workshops and world café. They captured great interest of the audience, therefore we are ready to promote their success next year.

Please send your ideas to programme@spblegalforum.com or through the website. Please read the guidelines for the Business Programme proposals.


SPBILF Private Law Prize: 2020

The unparalleled intellectual level of the nominations, combined with the integrity of the Expert Committee and the unprecedented size of the cash award (10 million rubles) make the SPBILF Private Law Prize the equivalent of the field’s Nobel Prize.

Read more about SPBILF Private Law Prize ►

The world's top universities have the right to nominate candidates for the Prize – the list of leading law schools and research centres was created based on academic rankings.

The list for the 2020 Prize includes works nominated by the following universities:

  • Harvard University (USA)
  • Stanford University (USA)
  • University of Oxford (UK)
  • University of Cambridge (UK)
  • Columbia University (USA)
  • University of Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso (Chile)
  • University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • University of Antwerp (Belgium)
  • University of Victoria (Canada)
  • University of Pretoria (South Africa)
  • University of Montpellier (France)
  • University of Bristol (UK)
  • Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
  • St Petersburg State University (Russia)
  • University of Melbourne (Australia)
  • Georgetown University (USA)
  • King's College London (UK)

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