News

CEU Professors and SJDs participate in AmCham event on Corporate Compliance

October 6, 2017

As part of the increasing cooperation between CEU’s International Business Law program and AmCham Hungary, on October 3 several professors and SJDs participated in AmCham’s event on The Corporate Compliance Challenge: Crisis Prevention and Threat Management.

Prof. Judit Sandor participated at the landmark initiative on the formulation of new human rights in the twenty-first century

September 28, 2017

Prof. Judit Sandor participated at the landmark initiative on the formulation of new human rights in the twenty-first century. This plan was launched within the HURMUR Project.  (“HURMUR: Human rights – mutually raising excellence” project.) Since the end of the 20th century, human rights discourse has brought up a sizeable number of “new” human rights.

Welcome Class of 2018!

August 24, 2017

On behalf of the Department of Legal Studies, we 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 wishes you the very best for the upcoming academic year, and we are very excited to meet you on Monday, September 4, 2017.

Please read the information below prior to your arrival.

Arriving to Budapest:

Invitation for job talks at the Department of Legal Studies

June 12, 2017

The Department of Legal Studies cordially invites you to the following job talks taking place on June 14 and June 15. Venue of the job talks: Nador 13, room 302.

June 14, Wednesday, 12:00 pm: job talk by Cindy Wittke: ‘ Making and Implementing Peace Agreements and Post-Conflict Constitutions’

June 14, Wednesday, 2:30 pm: job talk by Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga: ‘You Have No Right to Remain Silent: Self-incrimination in Ecuador’s Indigenous Legal Systems’

Prof. Tibor Várady's new book, Libatoll és Történelem, appears on the Week of Books

June 9, 2017

This week, the second book of documentary prose of Tibor Várady will appear during the "Week of Books" (Ünnepi Könyvhét ) in Budapest. The first book was published in Hungarian, Serbian and German - and some parts were published in English two. The books are piecing together stories of everyday history, focusing mostly on years during and around the two world wars. The basic source of this documentary prose is the family legal archive.