Ulrike Babusiaux University of Zurich Coordination of different layers of law in the Roman Empire and in the European Union
Kengo Itamochi Tokyo University Roman Law in American Law: Roman Influence on Joseph Story's theory of Bailment
Cornelius van der Merwe University of Stellenbosch The practical application of the modes of acquisition of property by accession of movables and specification in the modern law of South Africa and Scotland
  Martin Schermaier University of Bonn Roman Property and the Concept of Ownership
Wataru Miyasaka Tsukuba University corpus ex distantibus in Roman Law. A basis for floating lien in Japanese Law
Pompeo Polito University of Rome „La Sapienza“, lawyer From res incorporales to Immaterialguterrechte, the story of intellectual property
Takeshi Sasaki Kyoto University Roman-Japanese legacy with the appointment of second degree successor
Yasunori Kasai Tokyo University Hybris and Defamation in Greek and Roman Law
Tomnoyoshi Hayashi Osaka University Democracy in Japan
Carlos Amunategui Pontifical Catholic University of Chile Middle Class and Democracy
  Maiko Miyasaka Kyoto University
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Mariko Igimi Kyushu University Marking a point of no return. E commerce and stipuatio
Frits Bransma University of Groningen Law in daily life. Parking fines and Roman Law
  Johannes Platschek University of Munich Non-fault Liability for Defects of the Sold Item: Application and Exclusion in Roman and Contemporary German Law