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Call for Participation - Quo Vadis Criminal Procedure?


Workshop at the Graduate School of the Faculty of Law, University of Szeged



Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Richard Vogler (Sussex, UK)


Participants: Graduate students of the University of Szeged as well as graduate students from Serbia and Romania


Aim of the course: The course aims at graduate students’ getting an insight into the trends and new developments of criminal procedural laws of the English and the global legal system. Prof. Vogler is invited to give an overview on the latest developments of his national criminal procedural laws, highlighting problematical issues and with regard to international tendencies. In addition, the course intends to provide Hungarian, Serbian and Romanian graduate students opportunity to scientific discussion with an outstanding professor and with young scholars from the neighbouring countries.


Topics of the lectures:

1. Contemporary developments in criminal justice England and Wales

2. Global developments in criminal justice

3. ECHR caselaw on criminal justice procedure.

4. Theoretical approaches to criminal justice reform.


Date of the course: 6 to 7 September 2012.


Language of the course: English.


The participation at the course is free; course papers, meals and accommodation (hotel, double room) will also be provided free for graduate students.


The online registration will be opened in June. In case you send us an early registration via e-mail before June, we will inform you about the day of the online registration opening.

Please contact Ms. Anett Gácsi: