Law as a Byproduct in Munich

Larry Ribstein —  7 October 2011

I’m off to the International conference on “Regulatory Competition in Contract Law and Dispute Resolution” at Ludwig-Maximilians-University’s Center for Advanced Studies in Munich.  I’m joining an otherwise illustrious group (here’s the program) to present my and Kobayashi’s Law as a Byproduct.

Blogging may be light for the next week (but eating and drinking may be heavy). Tips on what I must see and do in Munich would be appreciated.

Larry Ribstein

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Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law

One response to Law as a Byproduct in Munich

  1. 

    Good luck and enjoy your time in Munich!

    See:
    1. Pinakothek der Moderne
    2. English Garden
    3. Marienplatz and Odeonsplatz
    4. Frauenkirche

    Do:

    1. Bring warm clothes
    2. Walk around in Schwabing, the district close to the LMU, full of old buildings, historical references and cute little squares
    3. Eat at the Franziskaner Restaurant, close to the Opera
    4. Enjoy the view over the city from the tower of Peterskirche