International Association for Procedural Law (IAPL)
Association internationale de droit processuel
Asociación Internacional de Derecho Procesal
Internationale Vereinigung für Prozessrecht
Associazione Internazionale di Diritto Processuale
1950-09-30 Florence Italy
Founded 30 Sep - 3 Oct 1950, Florence (Italy), as International Institute of Civil Procedural Law, during 1st International Congress of Civil Procedure Law. Current name adopted 19 Dec 1955, Bologna. Previously also referred to in French as Association internationale de droit judiciaire. Current statutes amended 25 Jul 2011, Heidelberg (Germany).
Promote the development of the study of procedural law by encouraging collaboration among lawyers and academics in different countries and the exchange of information on sources, publications, practice and adjudication; participate with other juridical experts to promote the study of procedural matters in national and international research institutions.
Events2021-09-22 | Örebro, Sweden – Annual Congress
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