On 23 February 2023. Professor Paul du Plessis of Edinburgh School of Law gave a lecture in which he characterised Henry Sumner Maine’s views on the emergence of property law. The meeting was broadcast using the MS Teams platform.
The lecture focused on the origin of property law.
On January 17, 2023 at 11:45 at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin at Narutowicza 17a Street, in room 222, a lecture entitled “Humanitarian Parole concept including Ukraine, Afghanistan and more Recently Cuba, Venezuela and Haiti”, which was attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and gathered guests. The event was held in English.
The lecture was conducted by Professor Sheila Valez Martinez from the Law Department of the University of Pittsburgh. The Professor is a professor of asylum and immigration law and the Director of Clinical Programs and the Immigration Law Clinic. Her scientific publications and research interests include issues related to women immigrants, migration from Puerto Rico, migration from the Caribbean, remittances, legal pedagogy and OutCrit theory. She joined Pittsburgh Law as a visiting professor in 2010 to establish the Immigration Law Clinic. He is a board member of LatCrit (Latino and Latina Critical Legal Studies Inc.) as well as Friends of Farmworkers. He holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law.
On January 12, 2023 at 13:30 at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin at Narutowicza 17a Street, in room 215, a lecture entitled “Digitalization and the Criminal Law”, attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and gatheredguests. The event was held in English. The lecture was given by István Ambrus Ph.D. dr. habilitation. Associate Professor at Eötvös Loránd University. He is the Head of the Department of Criminology and Associate Professor of Substantive Criminal Law at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary. In 2012, he obtained a PhD on the basis of a thesis on the confluence of crimes. He has been teaching criminal law at leading universities in Hungary for 13 years and is a visiting professor in Belgium, Sweden, Lithuania and Germany. He also worked as a prosecutor for several years.
The Professor answered various questions, including those concerning such matters as: in what direction will criminal law go in the era of the development of new technologies?, who will be held criminally liable for a traffic accident resulting in the death of a person, caused by an autonomous vehicle? will the progress in the field of robotization lead to the inclusion of humanoid robots in the group of entities capable of exceeding the sanctioned criminal law standard?
On December 16, 2022 at At 10:45 a lecture was held at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin. “Sustainable development in the EU and the climate challenge”, which was attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and the gathered guests. The event was held in English remotely via MS Teams. The lecture was conducted by prof. Mensah Cocou Marius.
Dr. is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. He is the holder of the prestigious Jean Monnet module (2021-2024) with the subject: “Legal regulations of heritage and promotion of sustainable development in the EU”. He is a specialist in international law (environmental law) and most of his articles deal with sustainable development and international legal issues. He has been a speaker at many international conferences and events organized by institutions such as the Royal Chatham House, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia and other agencies. He is the author of the book: “International law and sustainable development in the ECOWAS subregion” and the author of over 30 scientific articles and monographs published in various countries. Dr. Mensah is a regular lecturer at the UN (Association of Slovenia) summer school on the European Green Deal and a member of the team of EU-funded projects such as “Diversity of enforcement titles in cross-border debt recovery in the EU” and “Training for enforcement”.
On December 6, 2022 at At 11:45 a lecture was held at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin. “La tutela giuridica dei minori nelle relazioni familiari in Italia” [“Legal protection of minors in family relations in Italy”], which was attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and gathered guests. The event was held in Italian with translation into Polish remotely, via MS Teams. The introduction to the lecture was conducted by dr hab. Pasquale Policastro, prof. U.S.
The lecture was conducted by Dr. Daniela Bianchini from the University of LUMSA di Roma. Dr. graduated with honors in law from LUMSA University in Rome, discussing her master’s thesis in the field of canon law entitled “Aspetti del rapporto frateologia e diritto canonico nella Divina Commedia” [“Aspects of the relationship between theology and canon law in the Divine Comedy”]. The doctoral dissertation, also defended at LUMSA University, was entitled: “L’Ordinamento costituzionale vaticano” [“Vatican Constitutional Order”]. Currently, he works as an assistant professor in the department of family and juvenile law at the Faculty of Law, Economics, Politics and Modern Languages of the LUMSA University in Rome. He is also a member of the “Centro Studi Rosario Livatino” (Rosario Livatino Study Center). She is the editor-in-chief of the legal journal “L-IUS” published by “Centro Studi Livatino”.
On October 20, 2022 at 13:30 at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin, a lecture entitled “Legal Aspects of Digital Human Rights Policies”, attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and gathered guests. The event was held in English remotely via MS Teams.
The lecture was conducted by Dr. Vygantė Milašiūtė, who is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law of Vilnius University and a political analyst at the Government Center for Strategic Analysis in Lithuania.
On October 8, 2022 at 15:30 at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin, a lecture entitled “A Comparative Study of Digital Constitutionalism”, attended by members of this Faculty, the academic community and registered guests. The event was held in English remotely via MS Teams. The lecture was conducted by Assoc.
Prof. Prabhpreet Singh of Manipal University Jaipur, India. Mr. Prabhpreet Singh works as an Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur. He also works as the coordinator of the Moot Court Society. He has over 3 years of work experience. He is a member of the European Association of Specialists in the Protection of Personal Data. He specializes in constitutional law and continuously teaches subjects such as comparative constitutional law, environmental law and administrative law.