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Call for Papers: XIX Jean Monnet...

Call for Papers: XIX Jean Monnet Seminar: Advanced Issues of European Law ‘Impacts of COVID-19 on EU Law’

Krunoslav Fučkor

The 19th session of the Jean Monnet Seminar, organised by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, University of Zagreb – Faculty of Law, will focus on the topic "Impacts of COVID-19 on EU Law". Paper proposals may cover a variety of topics including, but not limited to:
· Influence of COVID-19 on free movement in the EU
· Next Generation EU recovery fund
· COVID-19 and EU migration law
· Impact of COVID-19 on the EU's public health policy
· COVID-19 and EU fundamental rights.

The seminar entails two parts – talks by prominent speakers (academics and senior practitioners) and presentations by PhD candidates and early-career academics.

Organisers welcome researchers interested in presenting a paper dealing with the topic of the Seminar. Candidates are invited to apply by submitting a paper proposal (500 words max) and a CV by 1 February 2022 to jmseminar.dubrovnik@gmail.com.
Accepted candidates will be invited to submit their papers for publication in the Croatian Yearbook of European Law & Policy (https://www.cyelp.com/).

https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/EJP/jean_monnet_seminar/dubrovnik_seminar_2022

Welcome Day for international...

Welcome Day for international exchange students

Krunoslav Fučkor

The International Mobility Office of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb organized Welcome Day for international students on Thursday, 30th of September 2021 in the Faculty building in the Upper Town, Ćirilometodska street. The Faculty is hosting 55 international exchange students from 13 different European countries this winter semester, which is an encouraging number given the circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Charter of the Republic of Croatia...

Charter of the Republic of Croatia awarded to the Faculty of Law in Zagreb

Krunoslav Fučkor

The University of Zagreb officially celebrated its 350th anniversary with a celebration that took place on November 3, 2019 at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall. Many prominent members of the academic community, dignitaries and top state officials attended the ceremony. The President of the Republic of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, officially presented the dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Igor Gliha, PhD, with the Charter of the Republic of Croatia to commemorate more than one hundred years of existence of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb.

Professor Tatjana Josipović received...

Professor Tatjana Josipović received the book of great significance for legal practice award of from the Jadranko Crnić Foundation

Krunoslav Fučkor

In 2018 the  book of great significance for legal practice award was awarded to the book titled "Consumer Protection Against Irregular Contractual Terms - Principles and Standards of Protection in European Union Court Decisions" by full professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law Tatjana Josipović, Ph.D. The nomination was submitted by "Narodne novine", the publisher of the book. Professor Tatjana Josipović received the award from judge Damir Kontrec.

Professor Nina Vajić awarded for...

Professor Nina Vajić awarded for lifelong contribution and outstanding achievements in legal profession and for the promotion of the rule of law in the Republic of Croatia

Krunoslav Fučkor

Professor Nina Vajić, a retired professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law and judge of the European Court of Human Rights in Strassbourg in the period from 1998 to 2012, received the highest award of the Jadranko Crnić Foundation - Jadranko Crnić Award for lifelong contribution and outstanding achievements in the legal profession and promotion of the rule of law in the Republic of Croatia. The nomination for the award was submitted by the Croatian Association of Women in the legal profession.

Professor Tamara Perišin appointed...

Professor Tamara Perišin appointed judge to the General Court of the European Union

Krunoslav Fučkor

Our colleague professor Tamara Perišin was appointed as judge of the General Court of the European Union for the period from 1 September 2019 to 31 August 2025.
The General Court is one of the two courts constituting the Court of Justice of the European Union, together with the Court of Justice itself. It is the court of first instance for the majority of decisions taken by the Commission and other EU institutions and bodies, in all areas where the European Union holds competences.