Conference papers “Law 2.0.: new methods, new laws” have been published

The seventh edition of international conference papers of the PhD students and young researchers has been published. This year once again it is devoted to very challenging and many different discussions raising topic “Law 2.0.: new methods, new laws”. The  conference and this electronic publication is one of the main field of activities of The International Read more

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Inga Martinkutė participated in international conference on ISDS reform in China

Lecturer of VU Faculty of Law Inga Martinkute on 15-16 September participated in high level international conference in Xi’an (China). The event was dedicated to ISDS reform and approach of China to it. Inga Martinkute gave a presentation  “ISDS Reform: Substantive Aspects of Investment Protection and Comparative Property Law”. Representative of EU Commission, Uncitral, different Read more

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Members of Nanterre Network had an annual meeting in Vilnius

On 26-28th of June members of Nanterre Network had its annual meeting at Vilnius University. Since the Declaration of Bologna (1999), during our Annual Meetings, the delegates from from more than 40 partner universities address the issue of the adaptation of their national Higher Education system to the European standards. Coupled with a colloquium or Read more

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Humanitarian Activities Through the Eyes of Professionals – at Vilnius University

The world is waiting for professional humanitarian aid that will create a safe environment for millions of people affected by the crisis. The ​​humanitarian activity is becoming an area where it is crucial not to do more harm than it has already been done. A few decades ago, it was thought that everyone could be 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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VU Faculty of Law representatives participated in an international law students’ seminar in Kenya

On 4-9 of February, 2019 at Kenyatta University, in Nairobi (Kenya) international law students seminar took place. This year’s event was attended by VU Faculty of Law students Gabrielė Raižytė, Grėta Tomkūnaitė, Mindaugas Beniušis and Evelina Vaišvilaitė, curated by associate professor dr. Vaidotas A. Vaičaitis. This year theme of the seminar was “Right to vote Read more

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Conference “Law 2.0.: new methods, new laws”

On 25-26th of April 2019 international conference of PhD students and young researchers will take place at Vilnius University. The conference is organised by International Network of doctoral studies in Law. The topic of the conference is “Law 2.0.: new methods, new laws”. Everybody is invited to participate. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME More information about the conference. 

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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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Dr. Karolis Gudas participated in the international symposium in Taiwan

Lecturer of VU Faculty of Law dr. Karolis Gudas participated as a speaker in the East Asia International Symposium on Climate Change and Energy Security in Taipei, Taiwan. He presented the reforms in the energy sector in Lithuania and the main infrastructure projects in this field. Scholars, representatives of government and business institutions from China, Read more

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Electronic publication “Digitalization in Law”

The sixth edition of international conference papers of the PhD students and young researchers has been published. This year  it is devoted once again to very challenging and many different discussions raising topic “Digitalization in Law”. Themes of presentations span from from cybercrimes to the right to be offline; from protection of personal data to Read more

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