Law School Research Seminar Series: CPR Jurisdictional Gateways and the Future of Service-Out Jurisdiction in England
Dr Ardavan Arzandeh
5.68 Wills Memorial Building
On Wednesday 27th February Dr Ardavan Arzandeh, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Bristol will be present a talk 'CPR Jurisdictional Gateways and the Future of Service-Out Jurisdiction in England', as part of the University of Bristol Law School Research Seminar Series.
The aim of the Law School Research Seminar Series is to foster the research culture within the Law School and to enhance the research networks between the Law School and external speakers/institutions. The talks aspire to address current big questions in the field of law.
Ardavan’s research expertise is principally in the field of commercial conflict of laws. He is the author of Forum (Non) Conveniens in England: Past, Present, and Future (Hart Publishing, 2019), the first book-length study devoted entirely to examining the forum (non) conveniens doctrine’s past, present, and future from the perspective of the law in England. Additionally, Ardavan has published in leading law journals, including the Law Quarterly Review, Legal Studies, International & Comparative Law Quarterly, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, and the Journal of Private International Law. He frequently presents his research to academics and practising lawyers at national and international conferences, research seminars and presentations at City law firms.
All Law School staff and doctoral students are welcome. This is a great opportunity to learn more about other scholars on-going research and potentially foster the creation of collaborative projects in the future.
For more information, please contact the Law School Research Administrator t: 0117 39 40042 e: Suzanne Mills.