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 February 1, 2022, so hurry Read more

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Distinguished guests congratulated VU Faculty of Law on its anniversary

On the 11th of October Vilnius University Faculty of Law celebrated its 380th anniversary. During the celebratory Faculty council meeting faculty community was honored by several guests, who joined the event: His Excellency President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda, Rector of Vilnius University Rimvydas Petrauskas, Chairman of the Council of Judges Sigita Rudėnaitė, 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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Emilija Valentinaitė: LWOW provided invaluable knowledge about innovative problem solving skills and the development of business ideas and start-ups

VU Faculty of Law student Emilija Valentinaitė has continued her journey in the international project Law Without Walls (LWOW) even in the face of a pandemic. Emilija with her team white & case 1 successfully remotely presented a solution to the legal problem during the annual LWOW event – ConPosium. Emilija, please tell us about Read more

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Cobalt leader scholarships were awarded to VU Faculty of Law students

The final three winners of the Cobalt Leaders Scholarship are finally named. Congratulations to Robertas Remeika, Dominykas Mečanec and Rugilė Hokušaitė! They received these scholarships for their motivation, social activeness and readiness for the future challenges. Scholarships are awarded in coopeartion betwwen Cobalt law firm, Vilnius University students union at faculty of law and VU Read more

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Stydy process at VU Faculty of Law

Regarding the risks of Covid-19 virus, all study processes at VU Faculty of Law till the 26th of January 2021 (end of autumn semester)  are conducted remotely. We hope for understanding and wish everyone to stay healthy!

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Vilnius University students’ impressions of Law Without Walls

Vilnius University has been participating in the Law Without Walls (LWOW) for 5 years (want to know more about this project – click here). It is honoured to be the part of the experiential learning initiative designed for practicing and aspiring legal and business professionals that brings a human-centered design perspective to law. Even a Read more

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Students participated in Willem C Vis Moot #2020 virtually

Willem C Vis Moot #2020 journey has come to an end. Four days of intensive pleading rounds online were challenging, yet very much rewarding for our students – Gabrielė Raižytė, Rūta Vaicekauskaitė, Karolis Šikšnys, Gabrielius Matonis, Ainis Augustas Petrulis and Vilius Norvaišas. The competition gathered (or, rather, connected :)) some 300 university teams from all Read more

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VU Faculty of Law virtual team

VU Faculty of Law is a team! Dear students and lecturers! Vilnius University is rapidly entering the virtual-digital university phase, but our main goal remains the same – to seek and provide the best legal education. We all need to be a TEAM! I invite everyone join the University TEAMS platform and our lives will not Read more

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Regarding study process upcoming weeks

World Health Organization has declared the infections COVID-19 caused by SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus a pandemic, therefore the University has decided to preventively halt the study process for the upcoming 14 days starting from today until 27 of March with a possibility to extend the deadline if needed. Students and employees should study remotely via on-line measures – lectures Read more

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