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JUST PUBLISHED – Counter-developments to Global Constitutionalism

published on April 17, 2018

Konrad Lachmayer wrote an article about “Counter-developments to Global Constitutionalism”. It was published in Belov (ed), Global Constitutionalism and Its Challenges to Westphalian Constitutional Law, Hart Publishing (2018).

“In 2017, an amendment to the national higher education law (Act No 204 of 2011), 2 changing the possibilities for ‘ foreign ’ (non-EU) universities to operate in Hungary, was drafted by the Orbán government and enacted by the Hungarian parliament. …”

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Lecture – “Lost in Translation – Regulation beyond Law“

published on April 16, 2018

Prof. Lachmayer hold a lecture on “Lost in Translation – Regulation beyond Law” at the expert conference on “Legal Foundations in Times of Deep Learning and Systemic Digitization” in Italy.

Date: 3.-6. April 2018
Venue: Villa Vigoni, Lake Como, Italy

Conference Programme_Villa Vigoni 2018

Lecture – “The Establishment of Universities and University Branches in Austria”

published on December 19, 2017

Prof. Lachmayer hold a lecture on “The Establishment of Universities and University Branches in Austria” at the First Vienna Conference on Higher Education Law and the Management of Sciences “The Establishment of Universities and University Branches in the Member States of the European Union”.

Date: Saturday, 24th February 2018
Location: Sigmund Freud Private University, Faculty of Law, Vienna

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Keynote Conversation: Constitutionalism in Crisis

published on October 16, 2017

On October 20th Konrad Lachmayer will participate the Comparative Constitution Law 5th Annual Roundtable at the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier in Virginia, USA.

At the Keynote Conversation: Constitutionalism in Crisis he will speak about “Counter-Developments to Global Constitutionalism”.

Montpelier Roundtable Programme

Völkerrechtsblog: “Constitutional authoritarianism, not authoritarian constitutionalism!”.

published on August 31, 2017

Konrad Lachmayer wrote a post on http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/ about “Constitutional authoritarianism, not authoritarian constitutionalism!”.

See the full analysis below.

In these times of re-emerging illiberalism, populism and authoritarianism, there is an increasing need for us to attempt to find new academic concepts to describe the phenomena that are emerging. These efforts can also help to redefine existing forms of constitutional developments.

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