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As part of its ongoing commitment to advancing interdisciplinary and international exchange, lucernaiuris introduced, in Autumn 2013, a new Visiting Researcher Programme. The aim of the initiative is to support promising young scholars working in the fields of legal history, legal philosophy, legal theory and legal sociology. Successful applicants have the opportunity to conduct their […]
The Institute for Research in the Fundaments of Law (lucernaiuris) at the University of Lucerne is dedicated to advancing pioneering academic work in the foundational legal subjects (legal history, legal philosophy, legal theory and legal sociology). In particular, it seeks to promote the establishment of inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to the study of law, which […]
This LL.M. programme in Legal Theory is offered by a university consortium of the European Academy of Legal Theory (EALT) led by the Goethe University in Frankfurt. Further partner universities are: Freie Universität Berlin, University of Bologna, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Jagiellonian University of Cracow, University of Lucerne, Stockholm University and the University of Vienna. A wider […]
Research ethics in the digital age. Ethical aspects in social science and humanities in times of digitization and medialization. September 6th – 12th, 2015 in Dresden, Germany EXTENDED DEADLINE: JUNE 22, 2015 Digitization and mediatization are core processes of ongoing social change. In the course of mediatization, communication increasingly manifests itself via mass media or […]
Elective modules within the Frankfurt LL.M. programme in legal theory may be attended individually. Please see the study plan 2014/15 for courses available during spring/summer 2015. The tuition fee is calculated on a proportionate basis. Participation in these courses may be recognized if the student participates in the 2015/16 programme. For more information please contact professor […]
An intensive course on law and logic/legal argumentation will be held at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, 7–9 January 2015. Please see the course description for more information as well as an application form.
At the Goethe University in Frankfurt, the new Master programme LL.M. Legal Theory has started (see Blog 28 Jan 2014). Details are available on http://www.legaltheory.eu/ and http://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programs/en/. Application for the academic year 2015-16 is possible from now on. Curriculum and classes will broadly follow the present study plan (enlarging it with more options on winter […]