We are excited to announce that 4th international scientific conference “Challenges to Modern Law: An International Perspective” will start next Monday!

We would like to introduce one of the conference keynote speakers Ralf Rogowski.

Ralf Rogowski, Emeritus Academic at School of Law of Warwick University (United Kingdom), Kazimieras Simonavicius University (Lithuania).

Ralf Rogowski joined Warwick Law School in 1993, after having taught at Lancaster University and at the Free University in Berlin. For many years he was Director of the Law and Sociology Programme and Co-Director of Warwick University’s Social Theory Centre. He has been Visiting Professor at the Department of Law of the University of Florence, at the University of Torino, and the Marco Biagi Foundation of the University of Modena. He has been Senior Emile Noel Fellow at New York University School of Law in 2006 and a Visiting Fellow at the universities of Wisconsin, Madison; Konstanz; and Maastricht. He has also been a long-standing Research Associate at the Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung (WZB) in Berlin. Since 1996 he is general editor of the book series Studies in Modern Law and Policy and since 2012, with S. Karstedt and D. Taenzler of the book series Law, Crime and Culture. Since 2023, he has been an affiliated professor at Kazimieras Simonavicius University.

Ralf Rogowski will open the conference with a report on the topic “The Social Challenge to European Union Law” on Monday, May 27th.

The conference will be held at the Kazimieras Simonavicius University (Dariaus ir Gireno str. 21, Vilnius) venue: 203 room (IInd floor) and online.

Monday 27th: 08:30-16:20

Tuesday 28th: 09:00–15:50

Online participants can access meetings by clicking on the following link:

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Meeting ID: 397 094 675 870

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Conference program: Final Programme

More information about the conference: 4th International scientific conference “Challenges to Modern Law: An International Perspective”

Conference e-mail: mlconference@ksu.lt