• Research Team for Roman Law and Europe’s Legal Tradition

    Name:
    Research Team for Roman Law and Europe’s Legal Tradition
    Description:
    The research team is a specialist research group focused on Roman law (sensu stricto) and Europe’s legal tradition (largo sensu). Its main research interests include Roman law, its reception in the European law and in the European legal culture, i.e. 1/Roman law in historiography, hagiography and other non-legal formats; 2/ indirect and direct reception of Roman law in the canonical and Polish law; 3/ fiscal performances and obligations carried out by citizens of the Polish State in the inter-war period (the aspect of continuity of legal institutions); 4/ the issues of material and financial aid provided to settlers in West Pomerania after WWII (the aspect of continuity of legal institutions); 5/ the evolution of a notion of a work in Europe’s legal tradition; 6/ a claim for the protection of author’s economic rights in the light of statutory solutions of European states.
    Disciplines:
    legal studies, canon law
    More information:
    the team’s website is not available
    Contact:

    Kierownik Zespołu: dr hab. Ewa Gajda, prof. US

    Institute of Legal Studies, Faculty of Law and Administration University of Szczecin,

    ul. Narutowicza 17a, 70-240 Szczecin, Poland; room 213

     

    e-mail: ewa.gajda@usz.edu.pl

    tel. 91 444 28 23