Post-graduate open course at the IUC
 
SUMMARY INFORMATION
 
 
   
GENERAL OUTLINE
 


The course and conference Public and Private Justice is interdisciplinary in nature. It not only deals extensively with the legal aspects of civil litigation, but also touches upon other disciplines such as history, political science, philosophy and sociology. The main aim is to analyse the role and functioning of the law and its institutions as mechanisms for the regulation of social conflicts in present-day Europe. The course also covers topics that have an impact on a global scale. The emphasis of the course lies in the real day-to-day functioning of those mechanisms in the light of the applicable normative framework. The course focuses on the resolution of civil disputes, both in general and in specific areas (e.g. commercial and family litigation). Equal attention is given to mechanisms established and controlled by the state (i.e. courts and other institutions of „public justice“) and mechanisms that are established and controlled by civil society actors (persons and tribunals in the field of „private justice“, including arbitration and mediation)
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CURRENT


Public and Private Justice - YEAR TEN

Private Justice
in Service of Public Goals?


Outsourcing of Judicial Tasks and Functions -
Blessing or Betrayal

8 - 12 June 2015

[Outline - TBC] **** [Contact us!] ***** [Draft Programme - to be announced]

 

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PREVIOUS
COURSES

 


List of previous courses (more on these courses - see the Archive)

PPJ 2014   Procedural Human Rights and Access to Justice in the World of Emergencies and Economic Crisis (26-30 May 2014)
PPJ 2013   Evidence in Civil Procedure. Fundamental issues and challenge of reforms (27-31 May 2013)
PPJ 2012   Appeals and Other Means of Recourse Against Judgments (28 May - 1 June 2012)
PPJ 2011   Truth and Efficiency in Civil Proceedings (23-27 May 2011)
PPJ 2010   Landscape of the Euroepan Legal Profession: Has Unity Been Lost? (24-28 May 2010)
PPJ 2009   Enforcement, Enforceability and Effectiveness of Legal Protection (25-29 May 2009)
PPJ 2008   The Foundations of an Accountable, Accessible and Efficient Judiciary (May 19-23, 2008)
PPJ 2007   The Contribution of the CEPEJ to Justice Reforms in Europe (May 28 - June 1, 2007)
PPJ 2006   Establishing Fair and Efficient Justice System (May 22-26, 2006)
     

 

IUC in Dubrovnik

   
   
PPJ BOOKS
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PPJ2
PPJ3
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book6
Russian translation - Enforcement and Enforceability
 


COURSE DIRECTORS


   


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Prof. Remco van Rhee (Maastricht)

Prof. Alan Uzelac (Zagreb)
Prof. Jon T. Johnsen (Oslo)
Prof. Burkhard Hess (Heidelberg)
Prof. Vesna Rijavec (Maribor)
Prof. Paul Oberhammer (Vienna)
Prof. Elisabetta Silvestri (Pavia)
 
 


LOGISTICS


Useful links:

**** Accommodation in Dubrovnik - IUC Dormitory prices (please book through the organizers)
**** Accommodation in Dubrovnik - Hotel prices 2011 (to contact individually)
**** Support - HESP Grants for students from South-Eastern and Eastern Europe
**** General info on IUC Courses **** Course Guidelines (from IUC Web)
**** IUC Location - PPJ site **** IUC location
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  SPONSORS

The course Public and Private Justice has so far been organized in cooperation with the following organisations:
Council of Europe - European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ)
United Nation Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
The World Bank (WB)
Balkan Enforcement Reform Project (BERP)

Financial support for past and present courses provided by:British Embassy
The Norwegian Embassy Zagreb - for 2011
The Royal Netherlands Embassy Zagreb (MATRA support scheme) - for 2006-2011
The British Embassy Zagreb - for 2007/2008
Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Croatia (MZOŠ)
Higher Education Support Scheme (HESP/OSI)
Center for International Legal Cooperation (CILC) - for 2009
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) - for 2009

 

 

UNCITRALNorwegian EmbassyCEPEJ
MATRA
           
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