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International seminar on law reform in secured transactions and insolvency proceedings – Corporate Finance Lab

On 23 September 2022, prof. dr. Melissa Vanmeenen (UAntwerpen) en Inge Van de Plas (UAntwerpen) invite you to an international seminar on law reform in secured transactions and insolvency proceedings. The day consists of three parts: PhD workshop, masterclass and the public doctoral defense of Inge Van de Plas.

PhD Workshop

During the PhD workshop selected young researchers have the opportunity to present their ongoing research to an international expert panel, including prof. Neil Cohen (Brooklyn Law School, USA), prof. Orkun Akseli (University of Manchester, UK), prof. Florence George (UNamur) and Prof. Matthias Storme (KU Leuven). Interested researchers can find more information on the PhD workshop in the call for papers. The deadline for applications is 15 August 2022.


In the masterclass, experts will present a topic related to their ongoing research in secured transactions and corporate insolvency proceedings. More information on the (preliminary) program can be found on our website.

Everyone is welcome to attend both the PhD workshop and masterclass, regardless of whether you are selected to present at the PhD Workshop. In order to attend the PhD workshop and/or masterclass, please register here.

Public doctoral defense Inge Van de Plas

At 5pm everyone is invited to the public doctoral defense of Inge Van de Plas. The title of the doctoral research is: Retention of title in secured transactions law from a creditor’s perspective – a comparative analysis of (non-)functional approaches

Afterwards, everyone is welcome at the reception.

Participation is free of charge, however, places are limited. More information on location will follow after registration. Travel expenses are not covered by the organization

For more information about this event contact prof. dr. Melissa Vanmeenen or Inge Van de Pas.

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