Explore the Oxford Private International Law Series and read free chapters and articles on topics including internet regulation, anti-suit injunctions, and international negotiable instruments.

All featured content will be free to read until 13th August 2021.

Free Chapters

General Comparative Report: Global Perspectives on the Hague Principles

Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts

Daniel Girsberger, Thomas Kadner Graziano, Jan L Neels

Professor Adrian Briggs QC (Hon): Recollections

A Conflict of Laws Companion: Essays in Honour of Adrian Briggs
Edited by Andrew Dickinson and Edwin Peel

Negotiability, Negotiable Instruments, and the Law of Bills, Notes, and Cheques

International Negotiable Instruments
Benjamin Geva and Sagi Peari


Private International Law Online: Internet Regulation and Civil Liability in the EU
Tobias Lutzi


The Conflict of Laws (4th ed.)
Adrian Briggs

Anti-Suit Injunctions: General Principles

The Anti-Suit Injunction (2nd ed.)
Thomas Raphael QC

From the OUPblog

Benjamin Geva and Sagi Peari, International Negotiable Instruments

Benjamin Hayward, Conflict of Laws and Arbitral Discretion: The Closest Connection Test

Sagi Peari, The Foundation of Choice of Law

Free Chapters

Theoretical Underpinnings of Sovereign Debt

Sovereign Defaults Before Domestic Courts
Hayk Kupelyants

The Formal Structure of Choice-of-Law Rules

The Foundation of Choice of Law: Choice and Equality
Sagi Peari


Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments in Europe - The Brussels I Regulation, the Lugano Convention, and the Hague Choice of Court Convention
Trevor C. Hartley

Definition, Nature and Scope of Private International Law

Cheshire, North & Fawcett: Private International Law (15th ed.)
Edited by Torremans et al

The Current Regulation of Conflicts of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration

Conflict of Laws and Arbitral Discretion: The Closest Connection Test
Benjamin Hayward

Individual- and State-Centered Perspectives in Nineteenth-Century Private International Law

Nineteenth Century Perspectives on Private International Law
Roxana Banu

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