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Call for Papers - Cypriot Law Workshop

 

 

 

The International Association of IT Lawyers (IATL) invites you to participate to a Workshop on Cypriot law workshop which will take place on the 19th September as part of the 2011 IAITL Conference to be held at the University of Nicosia. The workshop is an opportunity for academics, practitioners and consultants to come together, exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues on Cypriot law. We invite contributions focusing on Cypriot law, including, but not limited to:

 

  • Employment and labour

  • Finance

  • Corporate governance

  • Banking and investment

  • Intellectual property

  • Property ownership and real estate

  • Restitution

  • Torts

  • Family Law

  • Contract law

  • Public Procurement

  • Wills and Estates

  • Private International Law

  • Jurisdiction and choice of law

  • Recognition of Foreign Judgments

  • Competition law

  • Civil Procedure

  • Commercial law and bankruptcy

  • Communication Law

  • Information Technology law

  • Product liability and consumer protection

  • Media law

  • Human Rights

  • Arbitration

  • Equity and trusts

  • EC aspects of Cypriot law

  • Criminal law

  • criminal procedure

  • media law

  • taxation law

  • administrative law

  • public law

  • environmental and energy law

  • human rights and civil liberty.

 

 

Presentation

The workshop committee is seeking submissions of full papers or abstract consisting of 150 words for oral presentation at the conference. Case studies, abstracts of research in progress, as well as full research papers will be considered for the conference program for presentation purposes. Previously published peer-reviewed papers will also be considered for presentation.

 


Publication

All full papers will be peer reviewed by members of the program committee and other independent reviewers (where necessary) and will be published in a special issue of the International Journal of Private Law or the International Journal of Public Law and Policy and the conference proceedings.

 

For complete papers, there is a maximum page limit of 15 pages using a paper size of 16X23 or approximately 6500 words (including references). When preparing your final version of the manuscript, please ensure that you use the conference template (click here).

 

Send submissions by electronic mail in a Word document to:submit[a]lspi.net; sylvia[a]kierkegaard.co.uk or Emilianides.a[a]unic.ac.cy