indexThe Annual Conference of the Central and Eastern European Network of Jurisprudence (CEENJ), entitled “Jurisprudence in Central and Eastern Europe: Work in Progress 2016”, which is organized by the Faculty of Law, Mykolas Romeris University in collaboration with Lithuanian Bar Association, will be held for the first time in Lithuania on September 11-14, 2016 in MRU LAB, Didlaukio st. 55, Vilnius. The official conference language is English.

This year the CEENJ conference is dedicated to the scientific contribution of Israel’s professor and justice Aharon Barak who was born in Lithuania and celebrates his 80th anniversary on September 16, 2016.

Interpretation of Human Rights as a Special Method of Legal Interpretation, The Relevance of A. Barak’s Legal Thought in the Context of the Crisis of the European Union’s Constitutionalism, Judicial Activism Between Juridification of Politics and Politicisation of Law, Concepts and Interpretation of Contracts in German and English Legal Systems, Care of Yourself as Constitutional Obligation, The Evolutionary-Synergetic Paradigm in Jurisprudence. These and many other topics will be discussed by distinguished European and world experts and scientists, such as Marijan Pavčnik, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Jasminka Hasanbegović, University of Belgrade, Serbia, Patrick Praet, University of Tartu, Estonia, Dita Plepa, Riga Stradins University, Latvia, Marin Keršić, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, Ivana Tucak, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia, Olga Poiedynok, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine, Iryna Kryvtsova, National University “Odessa Law Academy”, Ukraine, and many others.

The goal of the conference is to take a look at the future of Legal Theory in Central and Eastern Europe from a various perspectives, so The European Foundation of Human Rights would like to invite politicians, lawyers, scientists, students and anyone interested in the problems of jurisprudence to attend the conference and broaden their knowledge on this subject matter.

The programme of the conference is available to download below.



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