INSTITUTE OF LAW AT THE LITHUANIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES

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Instituto mokslininkė dalyvavo renginyje apie „Brexit“ poveikį tarptautinėms šeimoms

2023 October 23/

On October 18th Agnė Limantė, Senior Research Fellow at the LCSS Institute of Law, participated in the international seminar „Protection of international families post-Brexit through the Conventions of the Hague Conference on Private International Law“. The event took place at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and brought together a large group of experts and practitioners in this field. Presentations and discussions were given by Dr. Katarina Trimmings (Scotland), Prof. Thalia Kruger (Belgium), Prof. Mirela Župan (Croatia), Prof. Pietro Franzina (Italy), Prof. Máire Ní Shúilleabháin (Ireland), Dr. Anna Wysocka-Bar (Poland), Dr. Konstantina Kalaitsoglou (Scotland), and other academics, judges, lawyers and representatives of central institutions.

Dr Agnė Limante, together with Prof. Mirela Župan, presented the practice of European countries in the application of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, focusing on the grounds for non-refoulement, the requirement of a hearing of the child and the practice of the parties in cases involving the United Kingdom.

The event was part of the Royal Society of Edinburgh funded project Protection of international families with links to the European Union post-Brexit: Collaborative Scotland-EU partnership.

Event programme: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/law/documents/Workshop%20Programme.pdf.

   
Kviečiame į tarptautinę konferenciją „Emerging law enforcement technologies and society“

2023 April 17/

We kindly invite you to 2023. May 29 the upcoming international conference „Emerging law enforcement technologies and society“ that will take place in Vilnius. The Lithuanian Police, Trilateral Research, and the Centre for IT & IP Law – KUL from the EU Horizon 2020 project DARLENE, together with the project FACES-AI, implemented by the Law Institute of the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences.

The conference will feature project presentations and discussions surrounding the societal impact of emerging law enforcement technologies (particularly the ones in the projects, i.e., cutting-edge AI-based augmented reality tools and facial recognition technologies) and how to reconcile the deployment of such technologies with properly addressing societal concerns. We expect to cover diverse perspectives among representatives of law enforcement agencies, the academic community, creators of IT applications, human rights and data protection organisations.

Date: 2023 May 29th (Monday).
Time: 9:00 – 16:15.
Conference venue: Police Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania, Saltoniškių St. 19, 08105 Vilnius, Lithuania.

Pre-registration of participants.

Program of the event here.

More information by e-mail: evaldas.visockas@policija.lt, goda.dainauskaite@teise.org

Kviečiame į 3-ąją kasmetinę konferenciją „Europinės ir nacionalinės baudžiamosios politikos tendencijos ir iššūkiai“

2023 April 3/

We kindly invite you to the upcoming international annual conference “European And National Criminal Policy Trends And Challenges” on 2023 April 28, which is organized by the LCSS Institute of Law, the Faculty of Law of Vytautas Magnus University and the Mykolas Romeris University School of Law. The focus of this conference is modern criminal policy trends in European Union law and innovative criminal policy decisions in Lithuania and other European states. Also their evaluations in the practice of the European Court of Human Rights and in recent scientific discussions.

We will have distinguished presenters from Ukraine, Norway and Lithuanian academic institutions: LCSS Institute of Law, the Faculty of Law of Vytautas Magnus University and the Mykolas Romeris University School of Law.

Date: 28 April 2023.
Registration of participants on the site: 8:30 – 9:00
Conference:
9:00 – 16:30
Venue: Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania, Gedimino avenue 30, Vilnius, Conference Hall, 3rd floor.

Pre-registration of participants.

Program of the event here.

Facebook event here.

Participants who have registered and attended at the conference will be able to receive a certificate of attendance.

More information by e-mail: goda.dainauskaite@teise.org

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