Vilnius University Faculty of Law together with Institute of Law of Taras Shevchenko KNU together perform a joint scientific project “Strengthening alternative dispute resolution in Ukraine and Lithuania: search for a solution for cross-border disputes”. On the 22nd of October online seminar “Sharing Lithuanian Best Practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Ukraine” took place on Read more
Dear Members of VU Faculty of Law Community, Considered the situation concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19), which has been also detected in Lithuania, I would like to inform you about further study process at our Faculty. First of all, I would like to stress that at this moment lectures and seminars, also exams are not postponed or Read more
Dean of VU Faculty of Law prof. dr. Tomas Davulis and part. prof. Ramūnas Birštonas participated in the events to mark the centennial anniversary of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia. Ramūnas Birštonas participated in the international conference “Legal Science: Functions, Significance and Future in Legal Systems” and spoke about trade secrets Read more
Well known publisher Wolter Kluwers has published book on contract law in Lithuania. The author of the book is assoc.prof. Laurynas Didžiulis. Lawyers representing parties with interests in Lithuania will welcome this very useful guide, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative contract law. This new edition is the Read more
Dean of VU Faculty of Law prof. Tomas Davulis has been named a Knight in the Order of Academic Palms (Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes académiques) by the French Government. The decoration is given to those who have advanced the cause of French culture, education. The honour acknowledges involvement of Tomas Davulis in the establishment of Read more
Dr. Karolis Gudas, who lectures energy law at VU Faculty of Law, published a book “The Law and Policy of International Trade in Electricity Access to and Development of Cross-Border Electricity Transmission Infrastructure under EU and WTO Frameworks”. The book examines the legal guarantees provided under the European Union (EU) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) rules for Read more
Dr. Justas Namavičius, who works as assistant professor in department of criminal justice of VU Faculty of Law has been appointed as the judge to Court of Appeal of Lithuania. He gave his oath on the 26th of March in the Presidency of Lithuania.