LTTL-Forum Conference: EU Passenger Law – Towards 2020

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Leuven Travel & Transport Law-Forum

LTTL-Forum Conference: EU Passenger Law – Towards 2020

Tuesday, 6 December 2011, Leuven (Belgium)


Debating EU travel law close to where it is made
A significant part of European private law is travel law. The Package Travel Directive, Regulations on passenger rights and international conventions all belong to both the private law and the travel law acquis communautaire. Travel law is evolving fast. A critical mass of law is emerging that is vastly important for EU citizens, the service industry it regulates and for the development of European private law. We think these are good reasons to create a forum for discussing issues of contemporary travel law. This is the purpose of the Leuven Travel & Transport Law Forum. The LTTL-Forum is designed as a platform for exchange and debate on Belgian, European and global law on travel, tourism, leisure and passenger transport. It is affiliated to the Study Centre of Consumer Law of the K.U.Leuven. The LTTL-Forum will run a website, form a community of scholars and practitioners of travel law and organise conferences and seminars. This conference on passenger law is the first the forum organizes; a second conference on package travel and travel distribution will follow in 2012.

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to this important event.

Evelyne Terryn, Jules Stuyck and Jens Karsten

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