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.

SJD candidate Mahmoud Elsaman serves as member of the Africa Arbitration Academy Model BIT drafting committee

August 3, 2022

Mahmoud Elsaman, an SJD Candidate at CEU’s Department of Legal Studies, served as a member of the drafting committee of the recently adopted Africa Arbitration Academy Model Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) for the African States.

Recent publications on advances and constraints in menstrual policy-making by Professor Winkler

July 19, 2022

Professor Winkler has recently published two papers that explore advances and constraints in menstrual policy-making.

Introduction to ethnography for international lawyers

June 21, 2022

In recent years, the study of international law has evolved beyond pure doctrinal research and now encompasses a variety of empirical methods, often borrowing from other social sciences. One such method, perhaps the least explored, is ethnography. Through direct participant-observation of international institutions, scholars can better understand their inner dynamics and unravel the construction of legal outcomes in the global world.

Professor Károly Bárd's 70th birthday celebrated with a two-volume Liber Amicorum

May 16, 2022

A two-volume Liber Amicorum was compiled for the 70th birthday of Professor Károly Bárd honored by almost 70 colleagues, friends and students in recognition of his scientific work. The acclaimed professor is a very special person. The books themselves testify to the fact that Professor Bárd is recognized and respected by legal scholars and practitioners, attorneys, human rights groups, former and incumbent dignitaries both in Hungary and abroad, irrespective of their specialization. His professional competence is uniformly recognized by his peers, regardless of their views on criminal policy or political issues in a broader sense.