Selected Alumni Profiles

Professor Tajti's presentations on secured transactions law reforms at the Georgian-American University in Tbilisi, Georgia

As part of his presentation held at the Georgian-American University in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 16th of June, Professor Tajti  focused on selected aspects of secured transactions law reforms. He specifically targeted those topics that have proved to be of key importance for Georgia, a country undergoing reforms as well.

Georgian Arbitral Association run by LEGS alumni

Our Department is proud of yet another major achievement of our alumni: the establishment and successful running of the Georgian Association of Arbitrators (GAA). The GAA is a private initiative, non-profit association of arbitration professionals in Georgia. During the ten years of its existence, GAA has vastly contributed in development arbitration law and practice in Georgia. This has been achieved by initiating legislative amendments, developing arbitrators’ code of ethics, launching arbitrators’ accreditation program, conducting moot courts and creating training resources for students and practitioners.

SJD candidates Gvantsa Elgendashvili, Kate Karklina, and Nemanja Simic are recipients of awards for doctoral students

The Department of Legal Studies is proud to announce that three of our SJD candidates received an award for the progress and achievements of their doctoral thesis so far.

"Living in the Cities of the Future and the Metaverse" conference with LEGS SJD alumni

February 7, 2023

Several CEU SJD LEGS alumni (2019) recently participated in a conference titled ‘Living in the Cities of the Future and the Metaverse’ in Lisbon, Portugal, at the NOVA School of Law, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Organized by the WhatNext.Law Knowledge Centre in collaboration with NOVA School of Law and law firm, Vieira de Almeida, the conference explored how living together in the 21st century requires communities and their legal and political institutions to channel and complement economic actors in designing the spaces where we will be spending our lives. The conference takes the city of the future and the Metaverse as its focal point as one of the main examples of the complex and interconnected social and legal issues that will increasingly define our lifestyle.