Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) will be hosting the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet conference titled “Consumer Protection and Fundamental Rights” on 18-19 June.
Live streaming of the conference is available here
The idea of the RGSL Jean Monnet Project is to conduct a multidisciplinary exploration of Fundamental Rights including their philosophical, geographic, technological, political, cultural, societal and economic dimensions. The project is designed for researchers, public administrators, professional groups and civil society representatives. There are four conferences envisaged with the first conference focusing on consumer protection.
The guest speakers include:
Prof. Agust Thor Arnasson (University of Akureyri, Iceland)
Dr. Apostolos Anthimos (European University of Cyprus)
Prof. Danguole Bubliene (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Assistant Prof. Jaka Cepec (Faculty of Economics Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker (Bremen University, Germany)
Prof. Robert Lane (Edinburgh Law School, Scotland)
Prof. Carlos Llorente (University of Deusto, Carlos III of Madrid, Spain)
Prof. Gabor Palasti (University KGRE AJK, Hungary)
Prof. Klemen Podobnik (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Prof. Hassan Qaqaya (University of Melbourne, Australia; former Chief of the UNCTAD Competition and Consumer Policies Branch)
Prof. Ana Vlahek (Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Dr. Egle Zemlyte (Vilnius University, Lithuania)