Fellowships for Early-Stage-Career and Senior Researchers in the Field of Law at the University of Graz

The Faculty of Law of the University of Graz opens a call for applications for fellowships aimed at ambitious early-stage-career and senior researchers with an outstanding international reputation. The call for applications for the following fellowships is open from 19th November until 5th December 2021: Land Steiermark (Province of Styria) Fellowships: 4 Fellowships (not restricted in Read more

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2024 The European Society of International Law annual conference will take place in Vilnius

The Law Faculty of Vilnius University will be glad to welcome international lawyers to Vilnius in 2024. President of the European Society of International Law Prof. Dr. Pierre d’Argent said, “VU Law Faculty’s bid to host the 2024 ESIL Annual Conference in Vilnius has been accepted with enthusiasm and gratitude by the Board”. The topic of Read more

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Project “Law Without Walls” is back!

Students are invited from 20 September 2021 until 1 November 2021 to register to participate in the LAW WITHOUT WALLS (LWOW). The Registration Form and all information about the LWOW can be found here (participant fee and travel expenses will be paid by the Faculty of Law). Students who have submitted their registration will be 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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Invitation to participate at NOHA Training in Humanitarian Action Short Online Course

NOHA is an international association of Universities that aims to enhance professionalism in the humanitarian sector. Since 2012 Vilnius University, as a member of NOHA network, during the spring semester was organising a short in-class introductory course on humanitarian action for those who are involved in humanitarian action and feel the need to upgrade their Read more

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Arqus Celebrates Its First Arqus Academy Week

From 3rd to 7th May 2021, Vilnius University (VU) hosts the Arqus Academy Week 2021, a week full of interesting discussions, lectures, workshops and other events organised by the Arqus European University Alliance.This first edition, with the motto of “shaping the university of the future”, aims to engage the communities of the seven universities in Read more

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Invitation to Join a Course on American Copyright Law – CopyrightX

Vilnius University Faculty of Law would like to invite you to join CopyrightX. It is a 12-week course offered by Vilnius University Law Faculty and Harvard Law School about American copyright law. Students who manage to compete the course will be eligible to get a CopyrightX certificate. Lectures begin on March 1, 2021, so hurry Read more

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International ECLAN PhD Seminar first time held at the Faculty of Law

Vilnius University Faculty of Law together with The European Criminal Law Academic Network (hereinafter, ECLAN) is proud to announce that the 9th ECLAN PhD Seminar on European Criminal Justice “The significance of EU criminal law in the 21st century: the need for further harmonisation or new criminal policy?“ was held in Vilnius (virtually) on 28-29 Read more

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International conference papers “The Future Decade of the EU Law” have been published

The eight 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 “The Future Decade of the EU Law”. The  conference and this electronic publication is one of the main field of activities of The Read more

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Webinar on European small claims procedure has been organized

VU Faculty of Law scholars participate in EU Commission’s funden project SCAN (Small Claims Analysis Net). In order to dessiminate to results webinar “EU Small Claims Procedure: Quo Vadis?” (Lithuanian „ES nedidelių sumų nagrinėjimo procedūra: quo vadis?“) was organized on the 20th of January. Assoc. prof. Rimantas Simaitis, Assoc. prof. Vigita Vėbraitė and Milda Markevičiūtė Read more

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