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Discussion Group on Comparative Constitutional Law and Theory

published on October 29, 2018

Konrad Lachmayer has started a discussion group on comparative constitutional law and theory, Researchers from all over the world will hold lectures at the Sigmund Freud University Vienna on this topic. For further information visit the website.

Workshop: Procedural Tools for Effective Governance

published on May 28, 2018

Konrad Lachmayer participated at the Mid-Term Workshop of Procedural Tools for Effective Governance (PROTEGO) in London, an advanced project funded by the European Research Council.

Date: 24 May 2018
Venue: Reform Club, 104 Pall Mall, London

Lecture – “Artificial Intelligence and the Concept of Law”

published on April 29, 2018

The Privacy & Sustainable Computing Lab invites Prof. Lachmayer to speak about “Artificial Intelligence and the Concept of Law – Some insights from autonomous and self-learning driving”.

Date: 23 May 2018
Venue: Vienna University of Economics and Business, Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna, Austria

Regulating artificial intelligence by legal means challenges the foundations of law. Law addresses human beings, groups and societies.

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Lecture – “Austrian Administration between Political Influence and Independence”

published on April 25, 2018

Konrad Lachmayer gave a lecture on “Austrian Administration between Political Influence and Independence” at the Public Law Seminar at the  Lund University.

Date: 24. April 2018
Place: Lund University, Sweden

 

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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