The fourth edition of the international conference Efficiency of legal norms dedicated to the challenges of the current decade, through the interventions of the key-note speakers, brought to the attention of the participants a new problem: the interpretation and enforcement of the law. Developing social phenomena and activities require legal norms throughout the world. Data protection, international trade, environmental problems and international military conflicts, as well as family relations, property, or fundamental human rights, are regulated at different levels. National legislations have to respect international conventions and European Union regulations, and the international courts, such as ECHR and EC,J contribute to their interpretation.
But the effort for interpretation and enforcing of legal norms is not limited to international or national courts, the public administration and nongovernmental organization, as well as academics, researchers and law professionals are also contributing to the same goal. Resolution A/HRC/27/L25 of the General Assembly of UNO, adopted at the 23rd session held at 23rd September 2014 pointed out the importance of the national organisations for human rights in preventing and solving breaches of the human rights, as part of the cooperation between governments ant the UN regarding the promotion and protection, as well as the survey of implementation of the international mechanisms, for human rights of human rights. The Romanian Institute for Human Rights, a partner in organizing all the editions of our conference, proved to have an outstanding activity in this respect, as it was emphasized by the Director of FRA in the opening of the conference about The EU Charter on Fundamental Rights: assessing and responding to the training needs of legal practitioners and public officials, held at the December 18th 2014, in Brussels.
As the interpretation and enforcing of legal norms give life to their legal effects, we decided on this topic at the 4th edition of the conference.
We have the pleasure to announce you that the Faculty of Law Cluj-Napoca – “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University – organizes the International Conference on “The Efficiency of Legal Norms, 4th Edition –PERSPECTIVES ON THE INTERPRETATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW” to be held in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on June 4th-6th, 2015.
We are writing to you on behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee invites you to participate and spread the word among your colleagues and other professional contacts.
The Conference is organized in cooperation with the Department of Social and Humanistic Research of the “George Bariţiu” Institute of History – Cluj Branch of the Romanian Academy,the Romanian Institute for Human Rights, the Romanian Association of Penal Sciences, Institute of Administrative Science of Moldova, the Intellectual Property Rights Scientific Association and the Romanian Society of Authors and Publishers of Scientific Works.
The participants are academics, researchers and law practitioners. The conference languages are Romanian and English. At the same time, the conference will host two workshops
The Conference advances for discussion the following main sections:
- Private law;
- Public law.
The Conference Proceedings will be published in FIAT IUSTITIA (– link –), journal indexed in EBSCO.
All papers must be submitted electronically to e-mail address: email@example.com
The registration fee is 70 Euro and includes: conference participation, portfolio with conference materials, welcome cocktail, coffee-breaks, lunch and festive dinner, as well as the publication of the paper in the conference proceedings, guided tour on the June 6th. The registration fee does not include transportation, meals, and accommodation. Proof of registration fee will be sent to the email conference address.
|Submission (registration form and abstract, maximum 300 words in English):||May 15 th 2015|
Notification of acceptance:
|May 20 th 2015|
Paper submission and registration fee:
|May 25th 2015|
If you will need more information, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The detailed schedule of the conference – here