4th Annual International Conference on

            Law and Administrative Justice from an

                     Interdisciplinary Perspective

 

Organized by:  

National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Department of Law “Victor Dan Zlătescu”, Bucharest, Romania

in partnership with:

·         Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy;

·         Ecological University of Bucharest, Romania;

·         The Union of Jurists of Romania, Bucharest, Romania;

·         The Romanian Association for the United Nations member of the World Federation of the United Nations Associations;

·         Association Centre of Academic Excellence, Bucharest, Romania;

and with the support of:

European Law Institute Fellows, Brussels, Belgium.

 

Start Date: 24th of November 2017

End Date: 26th of November 2017

Conference venue: NUPSPA International Conference Centre, Bucharest, Romania

Language of the conferenceEnglish

 

1.       The Administrative Capacity of the Judicial System;

Sample topics:

The independence of justice.

Judiciary in the world.

Magistrates’ role.

Judiciary assessment and accountability.

 

2.       Human Rights in the New Era;

Sample topics:

Human rights values – dignity and peace.

Responsibility in the age of social media.

Multiple-discrimination. 

Business and human rights.

The right to happiness.

The 3rd Covenant of Human Rights.


3.       Citizenship and Immigration in Europe;

Sample topics:
Immigrants in search of democracy and human rights.

Policies regarding immigrants.

Administrative procedure regarding immigrants and refugees.

Transnational cooperation regarding immigrants.

 

4.       New Tendencies in Public Administration Development;

Sample topics:
Innovation in the public sector organizations.

Complexity of public administration.

Public performance and management.

Non-profit organisations’ role in shaping policy.

Public procurement and contracts.

 

5.       Climate Change: Global Challenges, Local Actions;

Sample topics:

Development Agenda for 2030.

Emergency and disaster management.

Local, state and cross border collaboration.

Public safety and trust.

Economic consequences.

Sustainability.

 

6.       Peaceful Settlement of Conflicts and Management;

Sample topics:

Conflict resolution.

Leaders in public administration.

Mediation in career development and public service motivation.

Diversity in International Arbitration.

Arbitration - a Shift to the East.

Labour relations, collective bargaining and employee voice.

 

A workshop for students is scheduled to take place on the 25th of November.

 

Financial assistance: The organisers do not provide any sponsorship or financial assistance. The travelling and related costs are the responsibility of the presenter.

 

Registration fee per paper: 100 lei/25 Euro/25 USD.

Fees include conference materials, paper publication, tea and coffee breaks and lunch buffet.

Registration fee must be paid in advance of the event. Walk-in delegates, with payments will be admitted on space availability basis.

Only papers with full registration fees will be published. During the registration day, please bring along your registration fee payment documentations.

 

Payments:

Account holder:                                Faculty of Public Administration,

National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (NSPSPA)

Reference:                          AIC-LAJIP and "your name" as it appears on the registration form

Fiscal code:                         RO 9510194

Bank:                                    BRD - Victoria

Swift Code:                         BRDEROBU

Bank account:                    Lei:      RO38BRDE445SV19964904450

                                EUR:    RO53BRDE445SV71614194450

                                USD:    RO82BRDE445SV26869454450

 

 

Application Procedure:

1.      Please submit a paper proposal:

·         TITLE of the paper in TNR 12 point bold with capital letters on the center;

·         Author’s name in TNR 10 point, on the right, double-space under the title. The first name should use, bold, and the family name, Times New Roman 10, capital letters and bold. The symbol * has to be written next to the family name as a footnote and this has to include information regarding the status of the author, his/her academic rank, scientific title (if it is the case), name of institution or workplace (for each author separately, if it is the case).

·         Content/body text (not exceeding 200 words) in one paragraph only in TNR 9 point, italics, justify, 2 lines under the author’s name. Objectives of papers, methodology, main results and principal conclusions should be clearly stated.

·         Keywords, 4-6 words that comprise the essence of the article have to be mentioned. They should be listed according to their importance, in English, at 2 lines under the abstract, with Times New Roman 9, italics, justify. 

·         Each author has to mention, after the key words, the paper’s code according to JEL classification (namely the category/ code K for law and economics literature). Please consult JEL Classification to identify the article’s category. 

·         No abbreviations and references.

 

2.      Please also provide any information about the presentation given and the necessary devices for presentation, publications, and any other relevant information about your research.

 

3.      In addition to paper proposals, proposals for panels will also be considered. A panel should address a topical issue related to the theme and consists of 5 speakers if possible from different institutions.

 

4.      For publication the full paper should be written in English using Microsoft Word.  The text should be in TNR font size 10, justify and single line spacing.  The footnotes should use Times New Roman 8.

If the paper is divided in chapters and paragraphs, the chapter’s title will be written Times New Roman10, left, caps lock, bold, double line spacing; the paragraph’s title will be written, Times New Roman10, left, normal, bold, double line spacing.

Both in the body of the text and in the footnotes the following short forms are used: art. (= article); para. (= paragraph); p./pp (= page or pages); t. (= tome); vol. (= volume); G. O. (= Government Ordinance); G. D. (= Government Decision). REFERENCES (books and specialized journals) must be introduced using “Harvard Style”. Please consult:http://www.library.uq.edu.au/training/citation/harvard_6.pdf. For another quoted works (jurisprudence, legislation, websites) please use only footnotes. The document’s name has to be mentioned, its number, the date of ruling/ issuing, the issuing authority (court), and the publication where it is included (The Official Gazette, case law reports etc.). Footnotes will continue on the following pages and won’t start with no.1 on each page.

With the exception of the title, the text and the footnotes of the material have to use normal character format, and, when required, only italics.
The materials (articles, researches) submitted for publication cannot exceed 15 standard pages. 

 

Outcomes:

We would like to share and discuss our findings with academics and practitioners from Romania, Italy and other countries that have the same concerns. Analytical papers capable of offering examples of best practices within the announced fields of interest are highly important. Practitioners’ submissions are not supposed to be research papers but rather short case studies on good or bad practices.

The papers presented within the conference will be published in the International Law Review. The review is included in the international databases: SSRN, EBSCO, ProQuest and VLEX.

Papers submitted after the deadline cannot be published.

 

Submission procedure:

For participation please submit your

·         Registration form and paper proposal until 15th of October, 2017; 30th of October, 2017

·         Final paper until 30 of December, 2017.

Submit your paper to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For registration as participant: please send the Registration form (click here to download).

 

Scientific Committee:

Prof. Emil Bălan, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Lucian Chiriac, PhD

Faculty of Economics, Law and Administrative Sciences, “Petru Maior” University, Targu-Mures, Romania

Prof. Christine Desouches, PhD

University Paris I, France

Prof. Maria Soledad Campos Diez, PhD

Faculty of Law, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Prof. Mircea Duțu, PhD

Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy

Prof. Nicole Guimezanes, PhD

University Paris XII, France

Prof. Fabio Saitta, PhD

Department of Laws, History, Economics and Society, University “Magna Graecia”, Catanzaro, Italy

Prof. Dan Top, PhD 

Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, "Valahia" University, Targoviste, Romania

Prof. Michele Trimarchi, PhD

Department of Laws, History, Economics and Society, University “Magna Graecia”, Catanzaro, Italy

Prof. Irina Moroianu Zlătescu, PhD

European Agency for Fundamental Rights Agency, MBM, Vienna, Austria

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Szabo Zsuzsanna, PhD

Faculty of Economics, Law and Administrative Sciences, “Petru Maior” University, Targu-Mures, Romania

Prof. Maria Fodor, PhD

Faculty of Law, Ecological University of Bucharest, Romania

Assoc.prof. Victor T. Alistar, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc.prof. Mihaela V. Cărăușan, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc.prof. Madalina Cocoșatu, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc.prof. Andrei Duțu, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc.prof. Mihaela E. Fodor, PhD

Facultatea de Drept, Universitatea Creștină "Dimitrie Cantemir", Cluj-Napoca

Assoc.prof. Daniela Cristina Valea, PhD

Faculty of Economics, Law and Administrative Sciences, “Petru Maior” University, Targu-Mures, Romania

Assoc.prof. Claudia Gilia, PhD

Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, "Valahia" University, Targoviste, Romania

Assoc.prof. Diana Camelia Iancu, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc. prof. Giuseppe Migali, PhD

Department of Laws, History, Economics and Society, University “Magna Graecia”, Catanzaro, Italy

Assoc.prof. Mircea Aurel Niţă, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

Assoc. prof. Andy Pușcă, PhD

Faculty of Law, University Danubius, Galati, Romania

Researcher Emanuela Macrì, PhD

Department of Laws, History, Economics and Society, University “Magna Graecia”, Catanzaro, Italy

Assistant prof. Bogdan I. Berceanu, PhD

Faculty of Public Administration, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania

 

Organizing Committee:

Prof.  Emil Bălan, PhD; Prof. Mircea Duțu, PhD; Prof. Irina Moroianu Zlătescu, PhD; Prof. Maria Fodor, PhD; Assoc.prof. Victor T. Alistar, PhD; Assoc.prof. Mihaela V. Cărăușan, PhD; Assoc.prof. Madalina Cocoșatu, PhD; Assoc.prof. Diana C. Iancu, PhD; Assoc.prof. Anca Mierla, PhD; Assoc.prof.  Andrei Dutu, PhD; Assoc.prof.  Sorana Popa, PhD; Lecturer Crina R. Radulescu, PhD; Lecturer Victor Marcusohn, PhD; Assistant prof. Bogdan I. Berceanu, PhD; Elena Claudia Marinică, PhD; Sorana Păun Pop, PhD;Alexandra Bucur, PhD Candidate.