Davor Petrić, Ph.D. (Department of European Public Law, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law): INTERPRETING EU LAW: LEGAL REASONING OF NATIONAL COURTS IN THE PRELIMINARY RULING PROCEDURE
Commentator: Marin Keršić, Ph.D. (Department of Theory of Law and State, University of Split, Faculty of Law)
The Seminar “Interpreting EU Law: Legal Reasoning of National Courts In The Preliminary Ruling Procedure” will take place live on February 24th, 2023, 6pm, TRH 3, lecture room IV (Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb). The Seminar is organized by the Zagreb Legal Theory Group and Croatian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy and Theory of Law and State (Croatian IVR section).
Language of the Seminar is Croatian.
For those unable to attend live, lecture will be streamed via https://meet.google.com/kpm-iffh-qbp.
An article “Understanding of Legal Science in Contemporary Course Textbooks on Positive Law Subjects at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb”, written by Luka Burazin and Svan Relac, was published in the recent number of Zbornik Pravnog fakulteta u Zagrebu (Collected Papers of Zagreb Law Faculty).
The full text of the article (in Croatian) can be found here.
The Croatian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy and Theory of Law and State (CALSP/IVRCroatia) is organizing a student conference in legal theory.
The 1st CALSP Student Conference: “Current State and Upcoming Challenges of Legal Theory andPhilosophy of Law, 2023” will be held at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb on May 5, 2023, with the possibility of online participation. Contributions to a wide range of legal issues, from legal philosophy and analytic legal theory to social theories of law, are welcome. Dogmatic (doctrinal) and historical, sociological, economic, etc., studies of law with strong conceptual, theoretical or philosophical content are also acceptable. Applications are open to all undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students and run until February 28, 2023.
The international conference “Ethnic Diversity, Plural Democracy and Human Dignity: Challenges to the European Union and Western Balkans” will be held on November 4, 2022, starting at 3:30 pm CET at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb (Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, hall IV).
The conference is organized by the Faculty of Law in Zagreb, the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences, and the Croatian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy and Theory of Law and the State (Croatian IVR section).
For remote online participation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Extensive information and the Conference program can be found here.
The International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) and its Croatian section are pleased to announce that the promotion of the first book in the IVR book series, L. Burazin, K. E. Himma, C. Roversi, P. Banaś (eds.), The Artifactual Nature of Law (Edward Elgar 2022), will be held on October 17, at 7 pm (CET) at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88900107243?pwd=UUQ2QXVjNEZZNFgzQWpDNlk1cVlCdz09
Speakers include: Mortimer Sellers (IVR book series co-editor), Kenneth E. Himma and C. Roversi (co-editors of the book), Michael Giudice and Giovanni Tuzet (book reviewers).
9th Student Conference in Theory, Philosophy and Sociology of Law will be held at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade on 2 December 2022. The topic of the Conference is “The Future of International Rule of Law”