Lawrence on Multilateralism in Warsaw

December 5, 2019

On 22-23 November 2019 Associate Professor Jessica Lawrence presented her paper titled “We Have Never Been ‘Multilateral’: The Rhetoric of Universal Values in International Trade Law” at the ESIL-SGH-ILS PAS Joint Conference on “The Crisis of Multilateral International Order: Causes, Dynamics and Consequences” in War

CfA – Postgraduate summer course “CONSTITUTION-BUILDING IN AFRICA” at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, 29 June - 8 July, 2020

December 4, 2019

CEU’s summer program invites applications from graduate students, researchers and scholars working on constitutional building in Africa, as well as practitioners, with considerable field experience.

The Constitution-building in Africa course explores complex societal, political and legal problems in constitution-building from an interdisciplinary perspective, informed by field experience.

Just Published: Sprinz on Czech Insolvency Law

November 28, 2019

CEU Legal Studies alumn Petr Sprinz (IBL 2011) has published a new commentary on the Czech Insolvency Act with the renowned publishing house CH Beck.  

The book, for which Petr served as editor-in-chief as well as contributor, brings together pieces authored by an impressive team of experts, including judges, insolvency trustees, economists, and specialists from the Ministry of Justice and Czech National Bank.

Möschel delivers keynote speech at a conference on Gender in Law and Courts

November 22, 2019

On 8 November 2019, Associate Professor, Mathias Möschel, delivered a keynote speech entitled “Gender, Feminism and Men” at a conference on “Gender in Law and Courts. Uneasy Encounters?” at the European University Institute of Florence. In his keynote he addressed the role men can and should play in furthering gender equality in courts and elsewhere

Panait receives Public Choice Award at Microsoft Hackathon for policy proposal tackling AI bias

November 20, 2019

On 5 November 2019, Cezara Panait, a student in the LL.M. in Human Rights program, received the Public Choice Award for a policy proposal on tackling bias in Artificial Intelligence and anti-discrimination at a policy hackathon on the Future of Digital Europe organized by Microsoft in Brussels.