Communication development and the widening of traveling possibilities set the grounds for the spreading of international social relations. Activities in the field of trade, travel, finances, exploitation of natural resources and the production of energy begun to organise as international corporations. Media and commerce entered houses all over the world via internet. Alongside came international nets of organised crime. Legal norms, that traditionally had a national perspective, had to change, to adapt, in order to provide a proper support for legal relations and to pursue and sanction criminal activities. International conventions set the landmarks but national legislation was necessary to enforce the aims set by such international acts. Legislation concerning different types of contracts, civil procedure rules, cooperation in the criminal field or even administrative procedure rules are seen as crossing a process of internationalization. The Conference is proposing an analysis of the efficiency of legal norms in regulating social relations in the heart of the globalisation process.
Proposed topics on the subject are: Human rights and international conventions; Legal systems and jurisprudence in a globalised world; International trade; Consumer’s rights in a globalised society; Corporate law; Evolution of the fiscal legal norms – advantages and disadvantages of globalization; Contracts; Environmental law; Legislation for legal and illegal activities via internet; Personal data protection; Intellectual property; Insurance law; Transport legal rules; Administrative procedure; Governance in a globalised era; International cooperation in civil procedure matters; International private law; Legal regulation of media; International cooperation in criminal matters; International public law and international courts; Constitutional rules and the role of constitutional courts.