Baltic-American Freedom Foundation provides fellowships for professors and academic researchers to conduct independent or collaborative research projects in the U.S. for up to 12 months. The deadline to submit application is the 31st of October 2019. More information here.
On the 29th of April – 1st of May dr. Paulius Veršekys (Criminal Law Department) and Laura Naimovičiūtė (Science and Innovation Department) – the representatives of the Faculty of Law participated at the Kick-Off/Initial Conference at Karl Franzens University of Graz. The main goal of this meeting was the presentation of the Erasmus+ project, introduction Read more
On the 25th of June VU Faculty of Law and Maastricht University Faculty of Law signed a memorandum to collaborate in the fields of education and research. Both parties agreed to work together, and develop their collaborative work with an aim to set-up executive education in Vilnius with a clear objective to reach the entire Read more
In 2015 Company Law experts in Lithuania launched a national scientific project “Convergence and Divergence of Companies: Is the Lithuanian Company Law Attractive in the International Context?” funded by the Lithuanian Research Council (No. MIP-020/2015). International scientific conference “Modernization of Company Law: effective, innovative and optimal solutions”, the final event of the project, took Read more
On the 2nd – 5th of April 2017 a visit of delegation from the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) institution was organized in Vilnius. The visit was arranged within the frame of the EU Twinning Project “Implementation of the best European practices with the aim of strengthening the institutional capacity of the Apparatus Read more
On 30th November – 2nd December, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vigita Vėbraitė and PhD student Victor Terekhov attended the final conference in Minsk (Belarus State University, Faculty of Law) organized by the project EU Tempus whose partner is Vilnius University Faculty of Law. The project “Alternative Dispute Resolution Training as a Way to Ensure Human Rights” Read more
On 22-26 November, an international seminar was held in Moscow (on European and constitutional law), which was attended by students and teachers from Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Germany, Latvia and even Kenya. Vilnius University Faculty of Law students and professors are involved in this project for more than ten years. On several occasions, the students Read more
On 4 November 2016, Vilnius University Faculty of Law organized a scientific conference “Application of EU Charter as a Standard of Individual Rights’ Defense at Supra- and National Levels” which took place at the Presidential Palace of the Republic of Lithuania. The conference was the final event of the project funded by the Research Council Read more