Report on legal research network 10th conference
The Legal Research Network (LRN) is a cooperation between the Law Faculties of eight European universities: Bristol, Budapest (Eötvös Loránd University), Ghent, Göttingen, Groningen, Lille, Turku, and Uppsala. The annual LRN conference and/or summer school is hosted by one of the eight partner Faculties.
The conference was held in an open participation manner, meaning both senior and junior scholars could attend the conference such as: professors, senior researchers, junior researchers, post-doc researchers, and PhD students.
The following researchers represented the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Lóránd University at the Legal Research Conference in Groningen:
- Kéri Veronika, PhD student, Department of Constitutional Law, ELTE Faculty of Law
Presentation Subject: “Sustainability of constitutional identity in the 21st century”
- Papik Orsolya Bernadett, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Agrarian Law, ELTE Faculty of Law
Presentation Subject: “The impact of genetically modified organism at the sustainability of natural ecosystems”
- Sulyok Katalin, Assistant Lecturer, Department of International Law, ELTE Faculty of Law
Presentation subject: “Managing uncertain causal links by international judicial phora in deciding environmental dispute”
- Szatmári Andrea, PhD student, Department of Administrative Law, ELTE Faculty of Law
Presentation subject: “Regulation of family allowances and family tax benefits as instruments of social sustainability - empirical study of its impact on poverty alleviation”