New academic year has started at VU Faculty of Law

This week new academic year traditionally has been opened at Vilnius University and also the the Law Faculty. This year about 300 students will start studying law programmes in Lithuanian language and about 70 students will study  in Erasmus courses or in Master programme International and EU Law. Students in international programmes were greeted by Read more

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New coworking space for students opened at Vilnius University Faculty of Law

The beginning of the academic year was marked by the opening of a new coworking and leisure space for students by law firm Sorainen. The Sorainen Space – the name given to the fully refurbished area where students can relax, socialize, and prepare for seminars or lectures. The premises are equipped with ergonomic rest and work Read more

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Registration for Erasmus+ studies for the SPRING term of 2019/2020 has started

Online registration will be open till 22nd of September, at 24.00 o’clock. Registration is available for 4th year or PhD students. You can find more information about the ERASMUS programme on the website.   There are also possibilities to participate in  Exchange through bilateral agreements programme.   

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16th European Law Summer School has finished at Vilnius University

On the 3rd of July 16th European law summer school was closed at Vilnius University. This year it was dedicated to equality problems in Europe. This year students not only from France, Germany, Lithuania, but also from Ukraine participated in the event. On weekend professors and students had a chance to visit Kaunas and its Read more

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Vilnius University launched Technology Hub

In April 2019, The Vilnius University launched a unique academic initiative by establishing the Vilnius University Technology Hub (VU Tech Hub). VU Units (the Faculties of Communication, Economics and Business Administration, Kaunas, Law, Mathematics and Informatics, Medicine, the Business School and the Life Sciences Center) joined efforts to create an especial platform for innovation and Read more

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International interdisciplinary conference “Future of Tech” took place at Vilnius University

On the 25th of March VU Faculty of Law organized international conference on technologies and law. Scholars and practitioners from all around the world discussed challenges of artificial intelligence,  biotechnologies, data protection and cybersecurity and also Fintech. This conference aimed at discussing some of the most uncertain areas related to emerging technologies. We raised unsettled Read more

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Erasmus+ students greeted at VU Faculty of Law

On the 5th of February students from different countries who will study at the VU Faculty of Law according to Erasmus+ programme in spring semester were met and greeted by the administration of the Faculty. Students  were congratulated by the Dean of the Faculty Prof. Dr. Tomas Davulis who told shortly the history of the Read more

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European Commissioner participated in the discussion on the future of Europe

On the 23rd of November discussion organised by Vilnius University Faculty of Law together with European Commission representation office in Lithuania took place at Aula Parva of Vilnius University. European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Věra Jourová, Lithuanian minister of foreign affairs Linas Linkevičius, VU Faculty of Law dean prof. dr. Tomas Davulis and Vice-director of Read more

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Dr. Gintarė Surblytė-Namavičienė visits NYU

Dr. Gintarė Surblytė-Namavičienė is visiting New York University (NYU) this week and has participated in the conference on Trade secrets and algorithmic systems. She has presented a paper on Algorithmic Systems, Trade Secrecy and Competition.  

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Visit to European Commission representation office in Lithuania

On the 14th of November students of The International and EU Law programme visited European Commission representation office in Lithuania and participated there in the discussions regarding hot topics in Europe. They talked and discussed such questions as Brexit, migration, security, populismus and the rule of law.

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