Centres of foreign law
Constant relations with foreign universities are the key in seeking to develop a free, independent and responsible personality of broad erudition that will professionally be involved in creating open society of Lithuania.
Foreign law schools and centres are a result of close cooperation of the Faculty of Law with universities of other countries. Foreign law centres arrange teaching courses, initiate and implement international scientific studies, organise research and student internship programmes, seminars and conferences, cooperates with other institutions in both Lithuania and abroad.
At the moment the following foreign law centres are actively working:
German Law Centre (since 2001 – together with the Faculty of Law of Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main);
French Law School (since 2002 – together with the University of Paris X Nanterre);
Polish Law School (since 2001 – with the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University)
Eastern Europe Law School (since 2005 – together with Saint Petersburg State University Faculty of Law)
The USA Law Centre (since 2007 – together with Indiana Law School, the USA)