Dear all, as promised at the end of the CEENELS 2021 conference in Budapest, we will go – this time PHYSICALLY – to the West University in Timisoara for our CEENELS 2022 conference. Our hosts will be Dr Alexandra Mercescu, Dr Sorina Ioana Doroga LLM and Dr Lucian Bojin. The tentative date is set now for 28-29.06.2022, just before the IVR in Bucharest
The University of Zagreb will host the 13th annual conference of CEENJ – the Central and Eastern European Network of Jurisprudence. CEENJ was founded in 2005. Previous conferences of CEENJ were held in Pécs (Hungary), Osijek (Croatia), Graz (Austria), Rijeka (Croatia), Maribor (Slovenia), Belgrade (Serbia), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Skopje and Ohrid (Macedonia), Łódź(Poland), Brno (Czech Republic), Vilnius (Lithuania) and Riga (Latvia). The last one was organized by Doc. Janis Pleps with the official support of CEENELS.
The topic of the the 13th CEENJ conference – as in previous editions – is very broad: “Jurisprudence in Central and Eastern Europe: Work in Progress 2018”.
The deadline for submitting papers is 1 June 2018.
See the conference website: https://ceenjzagreb2018.wordpress.com/
The abstract, containing not only the title of the proposed paper, but also the applicant’s name, affiliation and email address, must not exceed 3,600 characters.
The convenors have officially indicated that only 32 papers can be accepted due to organizational reasons. There is no conference fee.
View of Zagreb city. Photo by Mario Fajt (under Creative Commons). Source: https://flic.kr/p/892peC See also Mario’s website: www.sobrecroacia.com/zagreb.php
Scientific papers on Central and Eastern European legal identity and tradition
- Borisova, T. The Legitimacy of the Bolshevik Order, 1917-1918: Language Usage in Revolutionary Russian Law. Review of CEE Law vol. 37/2012.
- Cercel, C.S. Law out of Bounds: Legal Picnolepsy, Intellectual Austerity, and Romania’s Legal Past. In: Law and Critique in Central Europe: Questioning the Past, Resisting the Present (Oxford 2016)
- Giaro, T. Legal Tradition of Eastern Europe. Its Rise and Demise. Comparative Law Review vol 2/2011.
- Giaro, T. Russia and Roman Law. Rechtsgeschichte no. 23/2015.
- Giaro, T. La cultura giuridica dell’Europa orientale. In: Emilio Castorina (ed), Servizi pubblici, diritti fondamentali, costituzionalismo europeo (Napoli: Editoriale Scientifica, 2017).
- Kelemen K., Fekete B. How Should the Legal Systems of Eastern Europe Be Classified Today? In: A. Badó–D.W. Belling-J. Bóka–P. Mezei (eds.), International Conference for the 10th Anniversary of the Institute of Comparative Law, 2014, Lectiones Iuridicae 11, Universitätsverlag, Potsdam, p. 197-223
- Šulmane D. Ideology, nationalism and law: legal tools for an ideological machinery in Latvia. Wrocław Review of Law, Administration and Economics no. 1/2015.
- Uzelac, A. Survival of the Third Legal Tradition? Supreme Court Review no. 49/2010.
The Central and European Network of Legal Scholars (CEENELS) conferences are informal annual meetings of legal academics from Central and Eastern Europe.