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The Academy is a prestigious international institution for the study and teaching of Public and Private International Law and related subjects. The work of the Hague Academy receives the support and recognition of the UN. Its purpose is to encourage a thorough and impartial examination of the problems arising from international relations in the field of law. The courses deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law.
All courses at the Academy are, in principle, published in the language in which they were delivered in the Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law .

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Le renvoi en droit international privé contemporain, par A. Davì, professeur à l’Université de Rome «La Sapienza»
Le cours a pour objet le développement moderne des idées scientifiques sur le renvoi ainsi que les diverses fonctions qu’il exerce dans les systèmes juridiques contemporains et la place qu’il y occupe actuellement. Les différents modèles dans lesquels il est accueilli dans les législations nationales et dans les textes de droit international privé uniforme, tant de source conventionnelle que superétatique, sont analysés en les regroupant sur la base de la distinction fondamentale entre modèles basés sur la simple prise en considération des règles de rattachement contenues dans les systèmes de conflit étrangers et modèles basés sur la reconstruction intégrale du point de vue effectif de ceux-ci. Une place importante est consacrée aux développements du droit international privé de l’Union européenne et à l’examen des rapports du renvoi avec les méthodes et les techniques nouvelles de règlementation des conflits de lois, afin notamment d’évaluer les effets que leur diffusion est susceptible d’entraîner sur la position que le renvoi occupe dans les ordres juridiques contemporains et sur la permanence de son importance en tant que moyen de coordination.
The Academy is a prestigious international institution for the study and teaching of Public and Private International Law and related subjects. The work of the Hague Academy receives the support and recognition of the UN. Its purpose is to encourage a thorough and impartial examination of the problems arising from international relations in the field of law. The courses deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law.
All courses at the Academy are, in principle, published in the language in which they were delivered in the Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law. Volume 312 contains the Cours général: Le pluralisme en droit international privé: richesses et faiblesses * General Course: Pluralism in private international law: strengths and weaknesses.
Migrations et relations familiales, par K. Meziou, professeur émérite, de l’Université de Carthage: Le « conflit de civilisations » véhicule une vision globalisante et figée du monde musulman et occulte les changements qui ont touché, à des degrés divers, le droit de la famille en particulier au Maghreb. Le thème, revisité à travers les relations familiales dans le contexte migratoire euro-maghrébin, doit être dépassé. La focalisation sur les droits fondamentaux permet de relativiser les oppositions, alors que les solutions retenues dans les pays occidentaux ne procèdent pas toujours du respect absolu de ces droits, on constate en parallèle leur pénétration timide dans les systèmes juridiques des pays maghrébins.

Principles of Procedure in International Litigation by Professor Sir Elihu Lauterpacht CBE QC LLD, Emeritus Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge: Drawing on his extensive experience, the author examines the range, forms and role of procedure in international litigation. He discusses critically and at length the operation of the principle of consent and the principal elements in the litigation process.


Why Do We Need a Law of Treaties? Inaugural Lecture by Sir Franklin Berman;
Protection internationale des droits de l’homme et activités des sociétés transnationales par Fabrizio Marrella.
International Law relating to Islands, by S. D. Murphy, Professor at the George Washington University;
La mise en oeuvre des décisions des tribunaux internationaux dans l’ordre interne, par G. Cataldi, professeur à l’université de Naples.
Domestic Application of International Law, by Y. Iwasawa, Professor at the University of Tokyo;
This course examines theoretical and practical problems involved in the application of international law in domestic law comprehensively and critically. Special focus is given to the problem of direct applicability or self-executing character of international law. The text offers a framework which will enhance the understanding of the role of international law in domestic law and facilitate its application in domestic law. It puts forward such propositions as the following among others. Direct applicability is distinguished from domestic legal force, and domestic legal force is regarded as a prerequisite for direct applicability rather than vice versa. This recognition will make possible the adoption of a relative approach. Domestic law determines whether international law is directly applicable. Because the parties to a treaty are not concerned with the question of its direct applicability, intent of the parties should not be regarded as a decisive criterion.

The Internet – Privacy and Rights relating to Personality, by Javier Carrascosa González, Professor at the University of Murcia:
This course shows different perspectives on jurisdiction, applicable law and enforcement of foreign judgments in the field of privacy and rights relating to personality on the Internet. Globality, complexity, diversity, ubiquity, mobility and high speed life make this issue difficult to deal with but absolutely necessary. The role of private international law in these situations has paramount relevance. Litigation has become international. Defamation and violation of personality rights, such as privacy, have become international as well. Nowadays, the determination of the courts hearing the case and the Law applicable to the merits of the litigation is of the essence for lawyers, parties and courts. This text shows the power of case law and academic literature as hidden but real law makers with regard to the matter.
Succession Substitutes by Jeffrey Talpis.
In this course, Professor Talpis explores a subject not yet examined closely in private international law : the treatment of legally authorized methods for transferring property at death otherwise than by succession. These mechanisms, known generally in the common law as “will substitutes” but referred to in the present study as “succession substitutes,” are becoming more popular in both civil and common law jurisdictions. As such, effective solutions for resolving conflicts of laws in this area must be found. Given the paucity of guidance available in jurisprudence, doctrine and international instruments, Professor Talpis presents solutions for consideration.

L’efficacité des normes internationales concernant la situation des personnes privées dans les ordres juridiques internes par Evelyne Lagrange.
Le sort des normes internationales qui, en nombre croissant, intéressent la situation des personnes privées se joue d’abord dans les ordres juridiques internes des Etats. Tout en s’efforçant de restituer la variété des pratiques et l’enjeu des débats sur la légitimité de ces normes ou de leurs techniques d’application, ce cours met en lumière, d’une part, une tendance au recul des obstacles à leur efficacité, d’autre part, les potentialités que recèle un Etat constitutionnel ouvert pour une application de ces normes qui ménage les exigences de l’Etat de droit et du gouvernement démocratique.