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Symposium on the User-Friendliness of Roman Private Law

When:Fr 16-10-2015 15:00 - 17:00
Where:Turftorenstraat (building 1323), room T13

On 16 October 2015 the department of Legal History hosts a symposium within the researchprogramme User-Friendly Private Law.

During this symposium two renowned legal historians shall enlighten us on the User-friendliness of Roman Private Law:

Prof. Mariko Igimi of the Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan)
Prof. Sebastian Lohsse of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Germany)

The meeting starts at 15.00 o'clock and will end by 17.00 o'clock and is followed by an informal drink.

All those with an interest in Roman Private Law are invited to attend. For the programme, see below.

Registration & Fees

Due to roomcapacity, we kindly ask you to register as soon as possible by email: rechtsgeschiedenis

Registration is open until October 10, 2015 at the latest. There is no registration fee.


Friday, October 16


Prof. Igimi
Marking a "point of no return":  e-commerce and pactum




Prof. Lohsse
Irregular deposits as a basis for banking in antiquity - Adjustments of the deposit contract to practical needs




A drink

Hotels in Groningen

For those who wish to spend the night in Groningen: a list of centrally located hotels with contact information is available upon request by email: rechtsgeschiedenis

More information

For more information on the research activities of the Department of Legal History, see the departmental website (in Dutch).

For other (or English) information, please contact the Department of Legal History by email: rechtsgeschiedenis

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