A small group of young scholars from various European countries has been engaging in a closer dialogue to address a common issue – namely the ‘recognition/acceptance of legal situations’ as required by the ECJ regarding names and, most recently, marriages. Each group member gathered information regarding their home jurisdiction and drafted a (preliminary) national report. Awareness, legal rules, and methodological approaches differ – sometimes tremendously.
On April 5, 2019, the group will meet in Würzburg (Germany) to present and discuss the preliminary results of the comparative study.
Any ‘junior faculty’ member of universities in EU Member States who is interested in the topic and the network itself is invited to join the group.