Mexican Journal of Private International Law Celebrating 25th Anniversary With IssueNo 45 –

Conflict of Laws reports…

The Mexican Academy of Private International and Comparative Law ( AMEDIP ) has just published the 25th Anniversary Issue of the Mexican Journal of Private International Law. It is available here .

One of the main aims of this journal is to publish the papers presented at AMEDIP’s annual seminars, which must comply with the requirements set out in the convocations and are peer-reviewed. Click here to access the Journal page .

Below is the table of contents of the 25 th Anniversary Issue (in Spanish):



– Pros and cons of the 1996 Hague Convention, on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition, enforcement and cooperation in matters of parental responsibility and child protection measures / María Virginia Aguilar

– The unlawful retention of the minor in a cross-border family context: aspects of international judicial jurisdiction / David Carrizo Aguado

– The Joint (Mis) Appreciation of the Hague Conventions of 1980 and 1996 by the European Court of Human Rights and Damage to the Principle of the Best Interest of the Child / Aline Beltrame de Moura

– The controversial role of the ECHR in the interpretation of the Hague Convention of October 25, 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: Special reference to the cases Neulinger and Shuruk v. Switzerland and X. c. Latvia / María Mayela Celis Aguilar

– Some notes on international civil jurisdiction in matters of maintenance in light of the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and Peruvian Procedural Law / Luis Raúl Serrano Arribasplata

– The extension of the arbitration clauses to non-signatory parties based on the Theory of the Group of Companies / Jorge I. Aguilar Torres

– Comments on the Hague Convention of July 2, 2019 on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters / Francisco José Contreras Vaca

– Private International Law in the current international context: The rules of indirect international jurisdiction in the Hague Convention of July 2, 2019 and access to justice / Carlos Eduardo Echegaray de Maussion

– The application of the conflict rule in commercial matters / James A. Graham

– Extraterritoriality of the Foreing Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 / Francisco Jesús Goytortúa Chambon

– The Mexican Nationality / Leonel Pereznieto Castro

– Democracies and Major Economies are becoming authoritarian; Multilateralism and the rule of la w is threatened: and the case of president Donal d Trump / James Frank Smit



– The first 25 years of the Mexican Journal of Private and Comparative International Law / Jorge Alberto Silva

– Contribution of the Mexican Journal of Private and Comparative International Law to the study and regulation of international private transactions / José Carlos Fernandez Rozas

– Culture of Arbitration / Bernardo M. Cremades



– MASCs: The incorporation of ICT into judicial and alternative processes / Erick Pérez Venegas

– Explanatory memorandum: my life dedicated to DIPr / Leonel Pereznieto Castro



– Ortiz Ahlf Loreta: The right of access to justice for immigrants in an irregular situation / Jorge Alberto Silva

– Aguilar María Virginia: Family Law Manual / Leonel Pereznieto Castro

– -Enríquez Rosas José David and González de Cossío Francisco: Commercial and Investment Arbitration in the Energy Sector / Erick Pérez Venegas

– Pérez Amador Barrón: Private International Law / Leonel Pereznieto Castro

– Silva Jorge Alberto: Legal Rhapsody, selection of legal studies / Nuria González Martín.



– Uruguayan Law of Private International Law