INTERNATIONAL LAW CONFERENCE, EUROPEAN STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, EDITION II

Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law

Theme: “Europe’s role in a polarized society”

Bucharest, 9-10 May 2014

With nearly a decade of experience in organizing the international conference “Education and Creativity for a Knowledge Based Society“, held in collaboration with the Romanian Academy of Scientists, TITU MAIORESCU UNIVERSITY of Bucharest launched a new scientific challenge in 2013, through the organization of the International Conference on Law, European Studies and International Relations. At the first edition there were presented 96 scientific papers, of famous professors, researchers and doctoral students from Romania and abroad. Trilingual, Romanian, English and French, the conference was attended by over 10 teachers from universities in Spain, Italy, France, Israel.

The volume of the conference, conducted at the Hamangiu Publishing House, was distributed to each participant at the beginning of the works and later on, has been distributed to the most renowned teachers in Romania as well as to university libraries. The volume has ISBN 978-606-678-642-3.

The International Law Conference aims to bring together academics, researchers, academics, PhD students, students, and last but not least law practitioners and share their experiences and research results to the most diverse aspects of reforming legislation in the spirit of new national, European and international currents, as well as to discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

We have the sincere faith that this important scientific event will be one of the most prestigious events in the national legal calendar, with an international echo, offering an opportunity to discuss current issues that affect the legal community, aiming to highlight new solutions and interpretations. A special role will be given to new codifications, especially the entry into force of the New Criminal Code and the New Criminal Procedure Code.

In a world where legal systems are increasingly interfering, the legal tradition requires perpetual upgrading to respond to diversity. The concept is based on the idea that LAW does not develop abstractly, but is modeled by society, economic-social reality, Intellectual, cultural and linguistic issues, but especially immediate needs and the printing of appropriate solutions.

We invite you to be an open window of new interpretations.

The organization and conduct of the International Conference on Law, European Studies and International Relations-2014 is carried out in partnership with the Romanian Association for Law and European Affairs, as well as with the Hamangiu Publishing House.

The conference will take place in Bucharest, at the Faculty of Law, University of Titu Maiorescu, on Vacaresti Street nr.187, sector 4.

Information on the Conference can be found on the website of Titu Maiorescu University / Law School www.utm.ro.

Contact person: Ioana Predoiu; Phone: 0769 24 24 47

 

PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE

  • Associate Professor PhD. Gabriel Liviu Ispas – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law, DEAN

 

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Professor PhD Smaranda Angheni – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Professor PhD Iosif R.Urs – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Professor PhD Claudia Ghica Le Marchand – Paris EST CRETEIL VAL DE MARNE
  • Professor PhD Jose Manuel Sobrino – UNIVERSIDAD DE A CORUÑA
  • Professor PhD Jaques Leroy – Universite D’ORLEANS
  • Professor PhD Jean Marie Perret – Universite D’ORLEANS
  • Professor PhD Tudorel Toader – Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi
  • Professor PhDVoiculescu Nicolae – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Professor PhD Magda Volonciu– Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Professor PhD Alexandru Boroi –Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Professor PhD Ştefan Deaconu – The University of Bucharest
  • Professor PhD Daniel Mihail Şandru – Institute of Legal Research, Acad. Andrei Rădulescu ”
  • Associate professor, PhD. Gabriel Liviu Ispas – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Gabriela Oanţă – UNIVERSIDAD DE A CORUÑA
  • Associate professor, PhD. Lucian Bercea – West University of Timişoara
  • Associate professor, PhD. Constantin Sima – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Carmen Pălăcean – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Felicia Maxim – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law

 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE  

  • Associate professor, PhD. Manuela Tăbăraş – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Lecturer doctor. Violeta Slavu – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Lecturer doctor Aurelia Herling – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Assistant professor. Petruţa Ispas – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law

 

ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE

  • Associate professor, PhD. Gabriel Liviu Ispas – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Felicia Maxim – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Carmen Pălăcean – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Associate professor, PhD. Manuela Tăbăraş – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Lecturer doctor Violeta Slavu – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Lecturer doctor Aurelia Herling – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Lecturer doctor Mihaela Paul – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Assistant professor Petruţa Ispas – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Assistant professor Mădălina Dinu – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • Assistant professor Ioan Morariu – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law

 

SECRETARIAT

  • PhD student assistant Alina Monica Axente – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • PhD student assistant GeorgianaTeodorescu – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law
  • PhD student assistant Daniela Dancă – Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of Law

 

THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Friday, May 9, 2014

  •  930-1000 hours – Registration of participants
  •  1000-1100 hours – Official opening
  •  1110-1300  hours – Presentation of plenary papers
  •  1300-1500 hours – Lunch break
  •  1500-1800 hours – Presentation of works by sections
    • Private Law
    • Public Law
    • Criminal law
    • Comparative law
    • European and international law

 

Saturday May 10, 2014

  •  900 – 1500 hours – Presentation of works by sections
    • Private Law
    • Public Law
    • Criminal law
    • Comparative law
    • European and international law
  •  1500 – 1530 – Closing the Conference, handing in the Certificates of Participation
  • 1530 – 1700 – Lunch

                                                                                                   

The agreed languages of exposure and scientific manifestation are: English, French, Spanish and Italian.

The languages in which studies are to be sent are: Romanian and English.

 

DEADLINES

  • Online registration – March 15, 2014
  • Sending the study – April 5, 2014 (the study will be sent in English and Romanian)
  • Notification of accepting the proposed study – April 14, 2014
  • Payment of the tax – April 30, 2014
  • Publication of the conference program – May 5, 2014
  • Conduct of the Conference – May 9, 2014

 

AUTHOR INFORMATION

Editing conditions can be downloaded from here.

The studies and registration form will be sent to: ilc2014@univ.utm.ro.

 

TAXES

The participation fee at the International Conference on Law, European Studies and International Relations is:

  • 200 lei Romanian participants
  • 50 EURO participants from abroad.

 

Payment of the participation fee includes:

  • The volume of the Conference to be printed by the Hamangiu Publishing House;
  • Conference materials: conference program, promotional materials (conference map, badge, flyer, pen);
  • Coffee breaks.

Each author can participate in the International Law, European Studies and International Relations Conference with maximum two studies (author, co-author). The fee is paid on the article and not on the authors.

   

DETAILS OF PAYMENT

Notification of acceptance of the proposed study is followed by the payment of the participation fee to Titu Maiorescu University in Bucharest.

The participation fee at the International Conference on Law, European Studies and International Relations is:

  • 200 lei Romanian participants
  • 50 EURO participants from abroad.

 

The fee will be paid to the account of Titu Maiorescu University in Bucharest, in the following account opened at B.C.R. – RO49RNCB0546029228350001, Fiscal Code: RO4337662 or at the Cashier of Titu Maiorescu-str.Dambovnicului University, no.22, sector 4 Bucharest.

The bill of lading must mention the “International Conference on Law, European Studies and International Relations 2014”. The fee is paid on the article and not on the author.

The payment order must be communicated to: ilc2014@univ.utm.ro.