Current Lectures

Tort Law (BLaw)

C-Nr.: 1796
Study programme:  Bachelor of Law
Part of the module: Civil Law II

Instructor:                    

G. A. Capaul (substitution research semester Prof. Loacker)

Begin: 22. September 2022
Time: Thursday, 12.15-13.45 a.m.
Implementation mode: Presence in the auditorium (no podcast)
Teaching materials:

All documents (slide sets, further materials etc.) will be made available on lehrveranstaltung.today. Access requires an activation code, which you can apply for from 19. September 2022 (see info box on the right).

Content: General principles of non-contractual liability law, in particular fault, simple causal and strict liability.
Literature:

Schnyder/Portmann/Müller-Chen, Ausservertragliches

Haftpflichtrecht, Zürich/Basel/Genf 2013 (2. Aufl.)

Further recommendations will be announced at the event.

Lecture notes: The slides will be uploaded after the respective lecture. 
Exam: Written exam in spring semester 2023

Private International Law I (BLaw)

C-Nr:    1937
Study programme:     Bachelor of Law
Part of the module: Private International Law
Instructors:                  

G. A. Capaul (substitution research semester Prof. Loacker)

Begin: 21. September 2022
Time: Wednesday, 12.15-13.45 p.m.
Implementation mode: Presence in the auditorium (no podcast)
Teaching materials: All documents (slide sets, further materials etc.) will be made available on lehrveranstaltung.today. Access requires an activation code, which you can apply for from 19. September 2022 (see info box on the right).
Content: The course deals with questions from the general and the special part of private international law. Legal acts that make up transnational private law in the broad sense, such as the Vienna Sales Convention (CISG), will also be discussed.
Literature:

Text edition on international private law (including the corresponding international treaties) of your choice, e.g. Loacker, IPR/IZVR, Stämpfli Verlag.

Likewise, a textbook on the subject of the lecture, e.g. Schnyder, Internationales Privat- und Zivilverfahrensrecht, Schulthess Verlag.

Exam: Written exam in spring semester 2023

Vis Moot School Switzerland

C-Nr.: 4108
Study programme: Master of Law                                                
Instructors:

Prof Dr Leander D. Loacker, MPhil

Prof Dr Helmut Heiss, LLM

Benjamin Gottlieb, lic iur

Dates:

Monday, 10.10.2022

Tuesday, 11.10.2022

Wednesday, 12.10.2022

Thursday, 13.10.2022

Time:

In each case from 8:00 to 18:00.

Content: The Vis Moot School Switzerland serves as preparation for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna. Participation is reserved for the Vienna Moot teams and their coaches. Participants belong to either the Zurich or another team.
Teaching materials:

 The teaching materials are provided as part of the Vis Moot School Switzerland and may be kept by the participants.

Language: English