Center for American Law Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration cordially invites you to attend: Poland - US Conference on the Rule of Law

                                                                                                         

The Center for American Law Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration is pleased to announce: The Poland-US Conference on the Rule of Law commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Center for American Law Studies, a joint program of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, Emory University School of Law and Georgia State University College of Law.

The conference will take place on June 26, 2018 (09:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) in Warsaw at Lipowa 4 street, Auditorium A.2 (Faculty of Law an d Administration)

During the Conference the speakers - distinguished professors from US, Polish and other universities – Professors: Ryszard Piotrowski, Marek Zubik, Tatiana Chauvin, Marcin Wiącek, Hanna Machińska, Dawid Sześciło from the University of Warsaw, Professors: Eric J. Segall, Ryan Rowberry, Julian Juergensmeyer and Dean Wendy F. Hensel from Georgia State University College of Law, Professors Julie Seaman, Robert B. Ahdieh and Robert A. Schapiro from Emory University School of Law, Professor Feridun Yenisey from Bascesehir University in Istanbul, dr Adam Bodnar - Polish Commissioner for Human Rights and many others will discuss:

1. Development and definition of the rule of law

2. Separations of powers (check and balances) in the rule of law

3. The role of courts in the rule of law

4. The rule of law and local governments.

 

The Center for American Law Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw is a one-year program designed for law students and graduates with particular interest in the American legal system. The Center started its operation in October 1998 as a joint program with the University of Florida. In 2016 Emory University Law School and Georgia State University College of Law became partners in this highly respected program. During the academic year the Center offers ten courses taught by US professors from partner law schools, such us: Introduction to American Law, Constitutional Law, US Trial, Torts, Contracts, Legal Writing, Business Organizations, Intellectual Property, ADR, Family Law, National Security, etc. The courses are specially designed and selected to give students the best understanding of the common law system, unique issues of the American legal system and the rule of law.