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Regulation of debt collection in Europe - new book by our alumni, students, and faculty

December 6, 2022

Yet another collection of papers devoted to debt collection in Europe has been published as part of Routledge ‘Research in Finance and Banking Law’ series, edited by our alumnus, Cătălin-Gabriel Stănescu (now faculty of the University of Southern Denmark). 

SJD candidate Sruthisagar Yamunan publishes the article "Laying the ground to delegitimise the Supreme Court" in The Hindu

December 2, 2022

India's collegium system of judicial appointments, in which judges appoint other judges, has come under sustained criticism for its lack of transparency and accountability. In recent weeks, the Indian government has upped its rhetoric against this system, coinciding with a new Chief Justice taking guard at the Supreme Court of India. This marks a change in the attitude of the government, which mostly operated behind doors to influence appointments rather than direct public attacks on the court. What does this new belligerence mean for the Court?

LIBER AMICORUM JOSIP KREGAR

November 15, 2022

A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS DEDICATED TO PROFESSOR JOSIP KREGAR, A FRIEND OF CEU, PUBLISHED UNDER THE TITLE 'PRAVO I DRUŠTVO' [LAW AND SOCIETY]

CEU Alumnus Stanislav Todorov Appointed Bulgarian Deputy Energy Minister

November 10, 2022

CEU alumnus Stanislav Todorov (LEGS ’07) was appointed earlier this year in January as Deputy Minister of Energy of Bulgaria. Read the full news piece here.

CEU Alumna Marina Agaltsova Part of Nobel Peace Prize-Winning Human Rights Center

November 2, 2022

Heartfelt congratulations to our alumna, Marina Agaltsova! We are proud to share the interview conducted by CEU, please click here to read it.