VU Faculty of Law will cooperate with Maastricht University scholars

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

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7th NOHA spring school in Vilnius

On 14-18 of May 7th spring school of international universities association NOHA (Network on Humanitarian Action)  has taken place at Vilnius University. It has been organised by Vilnius University and Warsaw University.  Spring school was also dedicated to commemorate 10 years anniversary of NOHA Network. So far network consists of 12 European and 14 global partner universities. Read more

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Spring law school in Kyiv

From 16th till 20th of April spring law school was held at Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The spring school was organised by  Faculties of Law of Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and Vilnius University and it was devoted to “Impact of European Union law on the national legal systems: experiences of Lithuania and Ukraine”.  Read more

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Summer School on financial crime, corruption and money laundering

Invitation to participate in Summer School “Recent developments on financial crime, corruption and money laundering: European and international perspectives”. The Summer School will take place in Thessaloniki, 4-12 July 2018. The application deadline is 6 May 2018. INVITATION

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Representatives of the Ukrainian commissioner for human rights institution visit Vilnius

On 3rd-5th of April representatives of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) institution visit Vilnius and different Lithuanian institutions. The trip was organised and financed by Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and VU Faculty of Law is responsible for coordinating different meetings in Lithuania. The visit started in Lithuanian Supreme Administrative Read more

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It is time to discuss virtual enterprise

Partnership assoc. professor of VU Faculty of Law and also an attorney at Law Gintautas Bartkus has participated recently in the conference at Würzburg University (Germany) “Incorporation of companies in the digital age”. He discussed achievements of Lithuania in establishment companies electronically and proposed new innovative ideas for this issue. Presentation of Gintautas Bartkus.   Programme Read more

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Discussion to commemorate 25th anniversary of Lithuanian Constitution

On the 26th of October Vilnius University Faculty of Law together with Lithuania lawyers association and VU Faculty of Law Alumni society organised a discussion to commemorate 25th anniversary of Lithuania Constitution. Guests from different legal institutions, also students and scholars of the Faculty of Law participated in the event. Prof. Dr. Egidijus Šileikis spoke Read more

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Delegation from Azerbaijan visited VU Faculty of Law

On 23rd of October delegation from Azerbaijan led by Matin Karimli Imdad – deputy minister of labour and social protection of population of the Republic of Azerbaijan- visited VU Faculty of Law. The visit was organised in the framework EU Twinning project “Support to the Ministry on Labour and Social Protection of the Population in Read more

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Visit to the Court of Appeal of Lithuania

On 11th of October students of Master programme International and EU Law had the possibility to visit the Court of Appeal of Lithuania. Visit coincided with the birthday of VU Faculty of Law. Students got acquainted with history of the Court and the building; were told main features of appeal proceedings in Lithuania and discussed Read more

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Lecture on freedom of speech in the USA

On 18th of September law professor  Douglas B.Mckechnie from U.S. Air Force Academy visited VU Faculty of Law and gave lecture on  “U.S. Constitution and violent speech”. During the lecture students actively discussed about broad boundaries of freedom of speech in USA and leading cases of U.S. Supreme Court on these issues. Prof. Douglas B.Mckechnie Read more

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