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Conflict of Laws and More at RIDOC 2021

The RIDOC 2021: Rijeka Doctoral Conference will be held on Friday 10 December 2021, from 8:30 to 17:30, in 10 sessions (some running parallel), at the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law and online. The record number of doctoral students and outstanding three-member panels will provide an internationally diverse environment for discussion of various legal […]

Conference “Diversity of Enforcement titles in Cross-border debt Collection in the EU”

On 3 and 4 September 2021 the international conference “Diversity of Enforcement titles in Cross-border debt Collection in the EU” will take place in hybrid mode – online and onsite in Maribor, Slovenia. The conference will feature speeches from several distinguished experts including Judge at the Court of Justice of the European Union Marko Ilesic […]

RIDOC 2020 Programme Announced

RIDOC 2020: Rijeka Doctoral Conference is particularly international this year both, with regard to the attending doctoral candidates and in relation to the composition of the panels. Thirty-four selected doctoral candidates will be testing their research hypothesis and methodologies in six sessions each presided by a three-member panel. No less than two sessions might be […]

Nagy on collective actions in EU

Recently published paper The Reception of Collective Actions in Europe: Reconstructing the Mental Process of a Legal Transplantation, authored by Csongor István Nagy, Professor at the University of Szeged, is a must read for those studying collective actions in EU. It is intended to identify the differentia specifica of the European collective actions as opposed […]

Call for abstracts: RIDOC 2020

University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law announces its call for RIDOC 2020: Rijeka Doctoral Conference. This conference has a stong international character and gathers promising law doctoral students, both from Europe and beyond. They will have the oportunity to test their working hypothesis before international panels composed of renown academics. Given the circumstances, the conference […]