The Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law kindly informs comparative law enthusiasts and all interested readers, including both the representatives of legal academia and legal practitioners, that within the framework of the Central European Professors’ Network, a new English-language and Central Europe-focused book has been published on four different issues:


Social Media, Democracy and Freedom of Expression

December 14 @ 17:0018:30

Place of the event: Faculty of Humanities, Charles University

Format of the event: Conference


Roundtable discussion on family protection

December 9 @ 10:0012:30

SUMMARY
about the „Roundtable discussion on family protection”.

Venue: Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law (Bp. XII. Alkotás street 55.)

Length of the discussion: 2.5 hour (10:00-12:30).


(Legal) Issues Concerning the Content Moderation on Social Networks

“Social networks are changing the world. They have radically altered the way their users connect and communicate with each other, as well as the way they access and exchange information. These transformations are a double-edged sword. On the one hand, social networks play an important role in connecting (formerly) socially isolated individuals, offer the possibility of obtaining direct information about otherwise overlooked events (e.g., human rights violations in conflict areas) and enable networking of activist groups organizing demonstrations, charity events and awareness-raising for a wide variety of societal issues.”

 


The Law of the Future – The Future of Law

December 16 @ 09:00 – 15:30

 

We cordially invite you to the 2nd year of the international scientific conference “The Law of the Future – The Future of Law“, which will take place online on 16 December 2021 under the auspices of the Faculty of Law of the Pan-European University in Bratislava in collaboration with the Central European Professors’ Network.


Pandemic, State, and the Rule of Law

December 9 @ 16:0018:00

A brief description of the event:

The Slovenian authorities responded to the outbreak of pandemic COVID-19, inter alia, with measures and restrictions on fundamental rights similar to those in most other European countries. The COVID-19 crisis, led the government to declare a public health emergency in March 2020. This was withdrawn in the summer of 2020, reintroduced in the autumn of 2020 and then withdrawn again in the spring of 2021.


Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa pt. „Polish-Hungarian Research Platform 2021”

W dniach 9-10 grudnia 2021 r. w Instytucie Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości odbyła się Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa pt. “Polish-Hungarian Research Platform 2021”. Wydarzenie zostało zorganizowane w ramach projektu badawczego pt. “Polish-Hungarian Research Platform”, którego realizację zapewnia Centrum Analiz Strategicznych Instytutu Wymiaru Sprawiedliwości. Projekt prowadzony jest przy współpracy Instytutu Prawa Porównawczego im. Ferenca Mádla w Budapeszcie.


We kindly invite you to passively participate in the International Scientific Conference entitled “Polish-Hungarian Research Platform 2021”

We cordially invite you to passively participate in the International Scientific Conference entitled “Polish-Hungarian Research Platform 2021”. The event will take place on December 9-10, 2021 (Thursday and Friday) from 9:00 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.

The conference will be organized as part of an international research project entitled “Polish-Hungarian Research Platform”, implemented by the Institute of Justice in cooperation with the official partner of the project, the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law in Budapest.


Conference on the future of Europe Dialogue on the Future of Europe: Is enlargement a key to the future?

The Ministry of Justice and the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law are organising a high-profile international conference on 21 June 2021 in the context of the Conference on the Future of Europe.

The conference consists of two thematic panel discussions.
Amongst other experts, our first panel “Credible enlargement perspectives for a stronger Europe”, will be featuring Judit Varga Minister of Justice (HU) and Péter Szijjártó Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary (HU).

The second panel discussion will focus on “Historical, political and legal arguments for the enlargement ” featuring speakers primarily from the academic sphere.


Legal Reasoning and Judicial Reasoning of the CJEU, Czech CC and ECtHR

Format of the event: Online  ̶  Zoom platform

Date of the event: 18 November 2021

Language of the event: English

Researcher: Dr. David Sehnálek

The webinar by doc. JUDr. David Sehnálek, Ph.D., was conducted online as a part of the Autumn School of Global Legal Skills. The Autumn School is an intensive program focusing on legal reasoning, legal interpretation and argumentation, work with literature, case law, and professional writing. It is organized by the Faculty of Masaryk University in cooperation with the European Academy of Legal Theory, the University of Vienna, and the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law. Experts on legal theory from the USA, Austria, Sweden, Slovenia, and Czechia actively participate in this event.


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