dr. Mindaugas Lankauskas
  • Books

The subject matter of the monograph is the medicinal use of cannabis, the most consumed illicit drug worldwide. The principal aim of this monograph is to compare the peculiarities of legal frameworks regarding medicinal cannabis use in Lithuania and other countries and provide conclusions and recommendations regarding optimal legal regime in Lithuania.

All text >

Authors: dr. Mindaugas Lankauskas
Reviewers: prof. dr. Aurelijus Gutauskas, dr. Jevgenija Vienažindytė

Tarėjų instituto perspektyvos Lietuvoje

In order to help the decision makers to decide on the concept of the lay judge institute in Lithuania, the the Law Institute of Lithuania carried out a research the results of which are presented in this monograph. The main goal of the research is to evaluate the opportunities and prospects regarding the introduction of lay judge institute into the legal system of the Republic of Lithuania.

All text >

Authors: dr. Petras Ragauskas, Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė, Mindaugas Lankauskas, dr. Rūta Latvelė, Vaidas Kalpokas (apklausų duomenų apdorojimas)
prof. dr. Rima Ažubalytė, prof. dr. (HP) Egidijus Kūris, prof. habil. dr. Vytautas Nekrošius

Viešojo intereso atpažinimo problema Lietuvos teisėje: kriterijai ir prioritetai

The main result of the project is the presentation of frameworks for the identification of public interest. The searches for such identification were based on the larger bidirectional grouping of theories (quantitative – utilitarian and qualitative theories) explaining different conceptions of public interest.

All text >

Authors:  dr. Lina Beliūnienė, Milda Burnytė, Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė, dr. Egidijus Krivka, Mindaugas Lankauskas, dr. Rūta Latvelė, dr. Rita Matulionytė
prof. dr. Egidijus Šileikis, prof. dr. Rasa Ragulskytė-Markovienė

Aktualiausios žmogaus teisių užtikrinimo Lietuvoje 2008–2013 m. problemos: teisinis tyrimas

In the monograph, which was prepared on the basis of renewed scientific studies, the systematic research of human rights condition in Lithuania was set out which revealed the set of problems related to the legal regulation and practical ensuring of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights and freedoms.

All text >

Authors: dr. Lina Beliūnienė, Kristina Ambrazevičiūtė, Mindaugas Lankauskas, dr. Eglė Mauricė, Matas Mulevičius, dr. Simonas Nikartas, dr. Ingrida Mačernytė-Panomariovienė, dr. Vida Petrylaitė, Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė, Darius Šneideris, dr. Salomėja Zaksaitė
dr. Antanas Jatkevičius, prof. dr. Toma Birmontienė, prof. dr. Justinas Žilinskas

Argumentavimas remiantis teisės principais: atkuriamasis ir plėtojamasis būdai

Perhaps the most important topic in the study is the matter of two perspectives to reasoning with legal principles. One of them is linked with judicial restraint, it is based on a view that contents of a legal principle can be discovered through earlier cases where it made impact on decisions of judges or legislators.

All text >

Authors: Johanas Baltrimas, Mindaugas Lankauskas
prof. dr. (HP) Egidijus Kūris, doc. dr. Ernestas Spruogis

Teisės į privatumą, minties, sąžinės, religijos laisvę ir saviraišką užtikrinimo problemos

One of the main problems in ensuring right to privacy occurs when media abuse the freedom of information. The right to privacy in the context of operational activities is hardly compatible with the fundamental principle of legal certainty. Basic challenges of freedom of expression cover the decreasing quality of media, abuse of hate speech in public areas etc. that has a negative impact on international human rights ratings.

All text >

Authors: Mindaugas Lankauskas, Matas Mulevičius, dr. Salomėja Zaksaitė
prof. dr. Justinas Žilinskas, doc. dr. Milda Ališauskienė

Teisės į teisingą teismą užtikrinimo problemos

The most important issue, which is hoping to be dealt with in this study, is conditions, arising from legal rules and practical tendencies, for infringements of the right to a fair trial. Since courts are the most important implementators and interpreters of law, flaws in their work may cause legal rules not to function in their full extent or with deviations from standards of fairness and justice.

All text >

Authors: Johanas Baltrimas, Mindaugas Lankauskas, Darius Šneideris
doc. dr. Artūras Panomariovas, doc. dr. Jurgita Paužaitė-Kulvinskienė

Dirbančių nuteistųjų valstybinio socialinio draudimo reguliavimo ypatumai ir perspektyvos Lietuvoje

The study aims to answer the question whether there are any preconditions for expanding the scope of state social insurance regarding working prisoners. Currently, working prison inmates cannot enjoy full protection of state social insurance system. Prisoners are covered only partially because they are entitled only to social insurance against labour accidents and occupational diseases. In addition, they can insure themselves individually.

All text >

Authors: Mindaugas Lankauskas
prof. dr. Audrius Bitinas, dr. Vida Petrylaitė