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|About||Welcome to the Facebook page of the Czech Society for European and Comparative Law. The Society promotes the study of European Union law, legal aspects of the European integration and comparative law studies in the Czech Republic.|
The Society was founded on 28/08/2007 in Prague, Czech Republic. It is a non-profit civic association, established pursuant to the provisions of the law no 83/1990 Czech Collection of Laws, Law on the Association of Citizens.
The Society is the Czech member of the International Federation for European Law (FIDE - Fédération Internationale de Droit Européen).
The Society organizes meetings of experts as well as various social activities intended to create a network of people interested in European and comparative law.
The Society publishes its series of working papers, named after a famous native of Czechoslovakia, Professor Eric Stein of the University of Michigan, one of the founders of European law studies.
The Society also provides a web space for its members to create their personal profiles in order to facilitate mutual contacts among the members and to provide information on various experts in different fields of European law to the general public.
The Society is open to anyone older than 18 years who is interested in its activities. The current membership amounts to more than 70 individuals. Their background is varied: supreme and lower court justices, law clerks at the Constitutional and supreme courts, national and European civil servants, individuals from private practice (attorneys, tax advisers), academics and researchers.
|Awards||Jean Monnet Grant 2015-2018|