Granger published a chapter on 'Framing Justice claims as legal rights: How law (mis)handles injustices?'

November 19, 2020

Marie-Pierre Granger (Associate Professor at SPP and Legal Studies) and Orsolya Salat (Assistant Professor at ELTE, CEU Legal Studies alumni) just published a chapter on 'Framing Justice claims as legal rights: How law (mis)handles injustices?', in the book edited by Trudie Knijn and Dorota Lepianka  Justice and Vulnerability in Europe. An Interdisciplinary Approach (Edward Elgar Publishing, November 2020). 

Mirko Dukovic Presidential Scholar Award Recipient

October 22, 2020

The Department of Legal Studies congratulates our SJD researcher, Mirko Dukovic on receiving the Presidential Scholar Award and on the capacities of interdisciplinary research.

Please read the interview here.

Károly Bárd was awarded Doctor of Hungarian Academy of Science

September 14, 2020

On September 9 2020, Professor Károly Bárd successfully defended the treatise titled "Victims' interests and Criminal Defendants' Rights- A Study in Comparative Law" and was awarded the highest scientific degree in Hungary ( Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Science).

Welcome Class of 2020!

September 7, 2020

Department of Legal Studies would like to congratulate to all students admitted to the Comparative Constitutional Law, the Human Rights, the International Business Law and the Doctoral programs. Our faculty and staff wish you the very best for the upcoming academic year, and we are very excited to meet you in the upcoming weeks online or on our new Vienna campus.

Just published articles by Prof. Tibor Varady and Prof. Tibor Tajti

July 21, 2020

It is a great achievement for the Legal Studies Department that two articles in the July issue of the law review PRAVNI ZAPISI (published by Union University, Belgrade, Serbia) stem from under the pen of our faculty:  Prof. Tibor Varady’s introductory essay in Serb language, titled ‘Law, Justice and Human Exaltations’ (Pravo, pravda i ljudski zanosi) and the second part of Prof.