- Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Hungary (Applicant)
- Masarykova univerzita, Czech Republic (Partner)
- Rīgas Juridiskā augstskola, Latvia (Partner)
- Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Croatia (Partner)
- Universitatea Sapientia din municipiul Cluj-Napoca, Romania (Partner)
- Univerzita Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici, Slovakia (Partner)
- Uniwersytet Śląski, Poland (Partner)
Dugonics tér 13.
Dr. Gábor Hajdu
- to contribute to the correct and uniform implementation of EU Private International Law (EU PIL) instruments in the Central European (CE) Member States
- to examine whether the EU’s current judicial system works optimally to create “a Europe of law and justice” in the CE Member States, including the questions whether
(1) the current institutional architecture is susceptible of securing an “effective remedy”for cross-border litigants,
(2) CE national courts deal appropriately with uniform EU PIL and
(3) CE experiences call for a reform?
- research and analytical activities (processing of case-law, national surveys, cross-border research activities)
- workshops, conferences
- reaching out to practitioners (attorneys, judges etc.) and policy-makers, contributing to mutual learning and identifying and exchanging best practices
- online database of national case-law
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