UCL Faculty of Laws


Myriam Hunter-Henin delivers keynote before the French Supreme Court

29 January 2016

Myriam Hunter-Henin was invited to be a keynote speaker before the French Supreme Court (Conseil d’Etat) at the 5th Conference on Comparative Law and Territoriality on 27 January 2016

Conseil D'Etat

She presented her research on the regulation of international family law, examining the interactions and tensions between private international law mechanisms, human rights requirements and EU Law fundamental principles.

Myriam considered more broadly how comparative law perspectives and legal pluralism could inform the debate and resolve current tensions.

She was introduced by the President of the Section of Internal affairs, Christian Vigouroux.

You can view the full conference programme here.

You can view an interview with Myriam and a video of the event here.