Double degree programme was presented in Tbilisi

The double degree master program in European law, created by Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University in collaborations with Vilnius University, was presented during celebrations of Europe Day in Tbilisi. Dean of VU Faculty of Law prof. dr. Tomas Davulis and vice-dean assoc. prof. dr. Haroldas Šinkūnas attended the event. Also ambassador of Lithuania to Georgia Read more

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Online Discussion “Constructing the Human Right to a Healthy Environment”

What would the next generation of human rights include? Are the states ready to expand their obligations regarding environment? On March 24, we discussed the relation between human rights and environment with John Knox, Henry C. Lauerman professor of international law at Wake Forest University School of Law. The discussion was led by Dr. Donatas Read more

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Students greeted by the administration of VU Faculty of Law

On the 10th of September students of Master programme “International and EU Law” and Erasmus+ visiting students were greeted virtually by the Dean of the Law Faculty prof. Tomas Davulis, assoc. prof. dr. Vigita Vėbraitė and foreign students administrator Ingrida Rabačiauskaitė. All participants of the event were happy that quite many Erasmus+ programme students (more Read more

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Regarding studies at VU Faculty of Law during autumn semester 2021/2022

In order to ensure the quality of studies is properly maintained, taking into account the epidemiological situation in Lithuania and the legal regulation, administraction of Vilnius University Faculty of Law made a decision that the study process for the Master degree programme  and lectures, which are organized in English language (Erasmus+ students) will be organized Read more

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Turkish website presents Master degree programme of VU Faculty of Law

Turkish Website “E-mails to a young lawyer” writes about Vilnius University Faculty of Law. Assoc. prof. dr. Vigita Vėbraitė spoke with the representative of the website. She says that Vilnius University Faculty of Law would be happy to welcome more students from Turkey. Life in Vilnius is dynamic, but it is also  simple and easy Read more

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Online Discussion “Protection of human rights in practice”

Human rights promotion would not be achieved without tremendous work done by human rights defenders. On April 22, we discussed human rights promotion with Tomas Vytautas Raskevičius, the chair of Lithuanian Parliament Committee on Human Rights of Lithuanian Parliament. During the discussion we deepened the knowledge on human rights promotion from the standpoint of human Read more

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Become Vilnius University Student for a Day

We are excited to invite you to Become Vilnius University Student for a Day, the event taking place on 19-30 April. This is a great opportunity to step into the shoes of VU students and be part of online lectures or seminars. Lecturers and current students look forward to welcoming you! Why to join Become Read more

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Why Master in International and European Law at Vilnius University?

If you have obtained  a recognized qualification of a Bachelor of Laws or an equivalent qualification of a jurist from institutions of higher education, you are inited to apply to our renewed Master programme “Internationald and European Law” at Vilnius University Faculty of Law. You can choose from three tracks: International and Human Rights; Tech Read more

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Lectures in CRIMHUM project

Master law students at Belarusian State University on the 23rd of March had the possibility to hear the lecture of VU Faculty of Law assoc. professor of practice Gintaras Jasaitis. The lecture provided students with a comparison of two criminal procedure systems (Belarus – Lithuania). On the 20th of March VU Faculty of Law dean Read more

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Dr. Inga Martinkutė published article in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law

VU Faculty of Law lecturer dr. Inga Martinkutė published her article on the overview of conceptual problems in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law published by Oxford University Press. She discussed how different states protect private property, where are the limits of private property, which cultures and traditions prioritise individual interest in property, Read more

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