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Recent developments in civil procedure law - national and comparative theoretical and practical accomplishments

Zagreb team members participated in second annual conference "Recent developments in civil procedure law - national and comparative theoretical and practical accomplishments" which was organised by Faculty of Law, Split from 21 to 22 October 2016. The conference was attended by leading scientists in the field, both from homeland and region, but also by local practitioners. During the conference, prof. dr. Uzelac, prof. Maganić, dr. Aras, Marko Bratković and Juraj Brozović held lectures regarding the topics which they also argued in their papers which were published on this occasion in conference book.

The program of the conference can be found on this link.

 

International Colloquium on Procedural Law and Reconciliation

Prof. dr. Alan Uzelac, Marko Bratković and Juraj Brozović participated in Colloquium on Reconciliation and Procedural Law in Bogota from 5 to 7 October 2016. The conference was organised by International Association of Procedural Law, Universidad Externado de Colombia and Instituto Colombiano de derecho procesal. The aim of the conference was to discuss the relation between reconciliation and civil and criminal procedural law, especially having in mind recent developments in Colombia.

During the conference, prof. dr. Uzelac gave lecture and report regarding the issue of settling non-state conflicts whilst guaranteeing due process of law and protecting disadvantaged groups of people, with special emphasis on litigation stemming from land dispossession and forced displacement.

The program of the conference can be found on this link.

 

Reforms of procedural rules: Evaluation of chosen topics (Osijek, 15 - 16 September 2016)

Zagreb project members participated in Inter-department meeting and seminar "Reforms of procedural rules: Evaluation of chosen topics" which was organised by Faculty of Law, Osijek from 15 to 16 September 2016. The meeting included representatives of departments for civil procedure of all four Croatian law faculties. Seminar was also joined by representatives of Osijek courts, coordinators of working groups, lawyers and other practitioners, both domestic and international.

The program of the meeting can be found on this link.

 

Arbitration and Court Litigation: Cross-Fertilization or Complementarity?

Annual Public and Justice IUC course was organized by team members of the Project from 23 to 27 May 2016 in Dubrovnik. The specific topic of this year's course was "Arbitration and Court Litigation - Cross-Fertilization or Complementarity?". Last day was reserved for special panel on law clinics, with special emphasis on financial and organizational challenges. More than 70 participants contributed to this year's conference.

Full program of the conference can be found here. Special program devoted to clinical legal education can be found here.

Also see the official photo gallery.

More information about Public and Private Justice seminar can be found on the official website.

 

Transformation of civil justice in Croatia and region: In memoriam Srećko Zuglia

The conference "Transformation of civil justice in Croatia and region: In memoriam Srećko Zuglia (1888 - 1969)" was organized as one of project activities in Gračišće from 28 to 30 April 2016. 

Prof. dr. sc. Srećko Zuglia was one of the founders of modern legal science in the field of civil justice in the Faculty of Law, Zagreb. He was born in Istra, in village Čulja, municipality Gračišće. He completed his education in Pazin, Vienna and Zagreb and started his career as a trainee and judge in Pula, Rovinj, Trst, Tuzla, Sarajevo and Zrenjanin. He was one of the rare scholars in the field of civil procedure that published a monograph dealing with organization of civil justice system, along with general commentaries and textbooks.

The conference dealt with three sets of topics:

1. Organization of judiciary, with special emphasis on criteria for nomination of judicial officials

2. Role of Supreme Court, with special emphasis on changes since Zuglia's days

3, Efficency of civil justice, with special emphasis on alternative dispute resolution methods and free legal aid. 

Along with all of the project members and distinguished guests (Supreme Court judges, members of the State Judiciary Council), the conference was attended by local judges and professionals. 

The gallery of the conference can be found here. For list of participants see here and for full program (Croatian only) see this link.

 

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