Alternative Dispute Resolution in the light of legal norms and doctrine. Comparative approaches


Alternative Dispute Resolution in the light of legal norms and doctrine. Comparative approaches

Modes alternatifs de règlement des différends à la lumière des normes et doctrines juridiques. Approches comparatives



Wednesday May, 10th


18:00 : For those interested : meet and greet in the lobby of Hotel Ibis

18:10 : Walk to the Faculty and meet : Prof. Michel Tison, dean Prof. Dirk Heirbaut, Director of The Ghent Legal History Institute

18:30 : Walk in the neighbourhood (+visit Faculty of Law & Criminology)

19:15 : Coming together drinks, and some snacks or a light meal, as you wish.
Walk in and out whenever you like, at Bier Central (less than 100m from hotel)

23:00 : End


Thursday May, 11th

(in the Faculty Board Room - Faculty of Law & Criminology)


9:00 : Meet and greet

9:15 : Welcome
by prof. Georges Martyn, Ghent Legal History Institute

Opening address
by prof. Serge Dauchy, Université de Lille


Session 1

Pres. Oscar Cruz Barney

9:30 : Alternative dispute resolution in late medieval legal scholarship
Dante Fedele

Legal pluralism and plurality of jurisdictions in Brazil in the 17th and 18th centuries. Portuguese Crown, Catholic Church, sources of law and alternative dispute resolution
Caetano Dias Corrêa

Arbitration on the edge of Empires : A British slave dispute in Spanish East Florida, 1784
Matthew C. Mirow

11:00 : Coffee break
(at the Ghent Legal History Institute)


Session 2

Pres. Victor Simon

11:30 : Arbitration regulation under Indiano Law : Doctrine and Legislation
Oscar Cruz Barney

Dualism in Brazilian Law : An Analysis of Anzilotti's Theory, the Supremo Tribunal Federal's Evolution and Incorporation of Arbitral Decisions
Dagliê Colaço

Surfing the ADR wave : Property conflict resolution in the area of Nazi Looted Art in Belgium since 1990
Amber Gardeyn


13:00 : Light lunch
at Uilenspiegel (spaghetti, croque-monsieur, soup…)


Session 3

Pres. Georges Martyn

14:30 : Belgian politician Auguste Beernaert (1829-1912) and international arbitration
Sebastiaan Vandenbogaerde

The “honest woman” rape in the 1980's Brazilian criminal code : Catholic moral as an alternate juridical order inside the secular State ?
Ana Paula Zappellini Sassi

The alternative resolution of minor crimes : Appearance and evolution in Brazil
Alexis Couto de Brito

16:15-17:45 : Guided tour through Ghent
(starting at the Law Faculty Board Room)

20:00 : Diner at the invitation of prof. Serge Dauchy, Université de Lille
(Restaurant Korenlei 2)


Friday May 12th

(in Auditorium I - Rode Zaal of the Faculty of Law & Criminology)


Session 4

Pres. Farid Lekeal

9:30 : Procesos de conciliación y solución de conflictos en los pueblos de indios del norte de la Nueva Galicia. (S. XVIII)
José Enciso Contreras

The house and the slaves quarters in nineteenth and twentieth century Brazil : Does the farmers' 'home made law' have a constitutional dimension, just like State law ?
Laura Rodrigues Hermando

10:30 : Coffee break


Session 5

Pres. Matthew Mirow

11:30 : The Parliament, an instance of administrative dispute resolution ? The case of military pensions in Brazil (1870-1927)
Arthur Barrêtto de Almeida Costa

Pacification of the social question in Belgium : Maintaining normalcy
Pieterjan Schepens

Restorative justice through the prism of neurolaw : An interdisciplinary excursion
Renato Cardoso [via ZOOM]


13:00 : Sandwich lunch
at the Legal History Institute


Session 6

Pres. Sebastiaan Vandenbogaerde

14:00 : “L'arbitrage à la française”. An institution transportable to the Europe of Sister Republics ?
Hugo Beuvant

'Alternative' as 'normal' dispute resolution ? The reconciliation of social law conflicts in Belgium (1810-1970)
Jasper Van de Woestijne

The composition of foreigners as an alternative method of legal regularization in Indians' law
Ana Brisa Oropeza [via ZOOM]

15:30 : Closing remarks
Serge Dauchy, Oscar Barney and Georges Martyn

16:30-18:00 : Boat excursion on the Ghent canals, meeting at Korenlei 4A

[19:30-20:00] [Board meeting of Legaliter aut Concorditer – Lille/UNAM]]

20:00 : Diner at the invitation of prof. Georges Martyn, Ghent University
(Salons Carlos Quinto)


Saturday May 13th


9:00 : Visit to the Ghent Museum of Fine Arts (guided tour on legal iconography) [or free morning for shopping and sightseeing)

Guided tour to the Millionaires', socialists' and students' quarters of town

12:00 : Lunch and Farewell Drinks



(All guests are hosted at hotel IBIS Kathedraal (near the Cathedral)  Limburgstraat 2 9000 GENT)
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Adresses additionnelles :

Ghent Legal History Institute
Universiteitstraat 6
9000 Gent
51.051346431764685, 3.7236941431929385

Restaurant Korenlei 2
Korenlei 2
9000 Gent
51.05569884076623, 3.7204490233565033

Salons Carlos Quinto
Kammerstraat 20
9000 Gent
51.05593057156862, 3.726767623356546

Organisé par le CHJ-CNRS, Université de Lille et l'Université de Gant dans le cadre du Laboratoire International Asssocié "Legaliter aut Concorditer" et de ses programmes de travail

Faculty of Law & Criminology
Voldersstraat 3
9000 Gent

Bier Central
Botermarkt 11
9000 Gent

Korte Kruisstraat 3
9000 Gent