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Verfassungsrechtsblog: “Entering into New Constitutional Territory in Austria”

published on June 3, 2019

Konrad Lachmayer and Lukas Wieser wrote a post on http://verfassungsblog.de/ about “Entering into New Constitutional Territory in Austria”.

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10 days after the “Ibiza Video” scandal a vote of no confidence in the Austrian Parliament removed the Austrian government from office. While international media focused – in light of the exceptional circumstances – primarily on the “Ibiza Video” scandal, the constitutional dynamics were mostly neglected. It is therefore necessary to explain the events of the last days as well as to analyse the constitutional dynamics of the situation in Austria.

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Lectures at the University of Bergen

published on June 3, 2019

Konrad Lachmayer gave two lectures during his stay at the University of Bergen.

  • 28.05.2019: ”Austrian Legal Culture”
  • 27.05.2019: “Rule of law or the rule of code? The role of artificial intelligence in law”

Lecture – “Disempowerment of Courts”

published on April 3, 2019

At the conference “Conference III ‘ERASMUS’ LEGAL SCIENCE WEEK – Stream I (red stream) Courts and Politics” in Sofia
Konrad Lachmayer held a lecture on “Disempowerment of Courts. The interrelationship of courts and politics in contemporary legal orders”.

Venue: University of Sofia “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria
Date: 29 March 2019

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Lecture – “Student Mobility in the Light of the Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice”

published on March 4, 2019

Konrad Lachmayer gave a lecture on “Student Mobility in the Light of the Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice” at the Second Vienna Conference on Higher Education Law and the Management of Sciences.

Date: 1 March 2019
Venue: Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, Austria

Seminar – “Counter-Developments to Global Constitutionalism”

published on March 4, 2019

Prof. Lachmayer held a seminar on “Counter-Developments to Global Constitutionalism” at the Dublin City University.

Date: 27 February 2019
Venue: Dublin City University, Ireland

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