Law in Transition - Challenges for Legal Research and Legal Methodology in Post-Communist Europe

Legal Research, Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Poland, Legal System, Comparative Law

When

21 August 2017

Where

Imperial Hall

Description

Session 104 - 11:45 - 12:45

Chair: Anne Burnett (University of Georgia)

Przemysław Kaczmarek, Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland, przemysław.kaczmarek@uwr.edu.pl, along with

Jakub Łakomy, Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland,  jakub.lakomy@gmail.com (co-authoring paper with Prof. Kaczmarek - won’t present individually but will be available for questions)

  • Presentation: “Overview of Polish Legal System”
  • Paper: “The Role of the Judge in Poland: Ethics, Law and Legal Education”

Peter Roudik, Director of Global Legal Research Center, Law Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., United States

  • Presentation: “Comparing Laws for Better Governance:  Case Study of Researching Laws of Central and East European Countries in the Law Library of Congress”

Josef Skala, Legal Advisor to the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law

  • Presentation: "Reflection of the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law on Legal Transformation in Eastern Europe"

Programme, Law Libraries

Last update: 14 May 2018