Professor Tajti's presentation on the role of control at the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University

September 13, 2022

Professor Tibor Tajti is to present on the role of ‘control’ in corporate context at the international conference organized by the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University, Bratislava (Slovakia) and its Alumni Club on the 13th of September 2022 as part of the panel focused on ‘Recodification of Company Law and Sources of Inspiration and Expected Solutions to the Challenges of the Third Millennium .

TV interview with Professor Tajti

September 12, 2022

Professor Tibor Tajti was interviewed by the Croatian TV N1 related to the corporate governance aspects of the affair that broke out recently in Croatia’s gas and oil company INA (in which the Hungarian MOL has a controlling stake) concerning the powers individual executive directors had in selling gas and the defective system of their control.

Conference on the Aesthetics of International Law - CALL FOR PAPERS

September 6, 2022

The CEU Department of Legal Studies and the ESIL Interest Group on Social Sciences and International Law are thrilled to announce the call for papers for the 2023 Conference on The Aesthetics of International Law. This cross-disciplinary event, taking place on 12 and 13 May 2023, will bring together scholars wishing to explore various ways to visualize international legal processes in different contexts and across different media.

SJD candidate Kate Karklina receives Presidential Scholar Award

August 29, 2022

The Department of Legal Studies is proud to announce that Kate Karklina, SJD candidate, has received the Presidential Scholar Award. On this occasion, Kate has shared her thoughts you can read below.

New publication of Professor Tajti: The Overlooked Building Blocks of Secured Transactions Law Reforms: Policing and the Role of Organized Industries

August 17, 2022

The new publication of Professor Tibor Tajti having appeared in the Uniform Law Review (publishers: Oxford Academic & the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law [Unidroit]) focuses on two often overlooked yet crucial building blocks of secured transactions law reforms: the roles policing (monitoring or checking) of debtors and the existence of professional industries living from secured transactions law play.