The discussion concerning the free transmission of private property should not be restricted to a political level; instead, it should be extended and include topics such as the protection of fundamental rights.
The reflection over the question of private autonomy, in the sense that each citizen can determine the fate of his property post mortem, has to take place in the broader context of current problems regarding new goods, and of private property and collective goods.
The Conference will be hosted in Católica Porto Law School between April 13rd and 14th.
Call to Papers
Members at all stages of their scientific career, from advanced graduate students to senior scientists are invited to present their work at the Conference.Register here