Wednesday, 29 September 2021 to Thursday, 30 September 2021


This year’s conference will be held on Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th of September 2021. It will be held in Cambridge as an in-person conference, but also with the opportunity to join virtually for anyone who is not able to join in person.

This year the conference will focus on two topics. The first day will consist of reflections on the past, present and future of the Cape Town Convention in its first 20 years and the second day is an in-depth analysis of some key topics in relation to enforcement of international interests, particularly when the debtor is insolvent. Each session will include ample opportunity for questions and debate. The conference will be of interest both to academics and to practising lawyers.

Attendance at the workshops on the 28th September is by invitation only.

See a map of the conference locations here.

Car parking is available a short walk away from Robinson College at a cost of £10 per day and can be booked during the registration process. Nearby on-street parking may be found but it is scarce.

On-site accommodation at Robinson College will be available. These are good quality, en-suite student rooms and cost £90 per night for bed and breakfast. These can be booked from 1st July here

Some good quality hotels in Cambridge are
The Graduate
Hilton Cambridge City Centre
Hotel du Vin
University Arms
The Clayton Hotel
The Fellowes House

Venue: Robinson College
Location: Grange Road, Cambridge, UK
Country: United Kingdom

Organiser Contact Details:
For registration queries contact Charlie Howes



Robinson College
Grange Road, Cambridge, UK