Research Centre of European Private Law

The Research Centre of European Private Law (ReCEPL) was established by D.R. February 8, 2016. It pursues, including the statutory purposes, the objective to carry out studies and research about Private law at European level (as well as to disseminate information and results from this research and to train scientific expertise) in comparative perspective among different European national systems and in perspective of their uniformity.

The Research Centre aims to provide advice, to draw up proposals for legislation, and if it is necessary, in cooperation with institutional bodies and in cooperation with universities and national and international research centres, also in order to develop specific advanced training courses.

ReCEPL carries out coordination of the Neapolitan Section of the Academy of European private lawyers and of the Observatory of uniform European private law, that are already active at Law Faculty of Suor Orsola Benincasa University.

The Centre collaborates with the Law Faculty of other Neapolitan Universities (Federico II, and Second University of Naples) but also with the Political Science Faculty of the University of Milan, with the Law Faculty at the European University of Rome and with the CoForLaw centre - Comparative and Foreign LAW, based in Milan. The collaboration is expressed in the implementation of research projects co-financed at European or National level, concerning the standardization of contract law in Europe (tools and methods), in the preparation of regulatory articulated, as uniform law, and in the promotion and publication of studies on indicated topics.

Furthermore, it entertains relationships with researchers and research groups operating in foreign universities or other Italian and foreign research institutions.

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