International conference of Legal Argumentation – LegArg

2017

9th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(10-11 November 2017, Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia)

Conference programme 2017

2016

8th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(18–19 November 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Between 18 and 19 November 2016 in Ljubljana, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 8th International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation titled “Modern Legal Interpretation: Legalism or Beyond?”. The following experts participated at the conference: Maurizio Manzin, Maija Aalto-Heinila, Bruce Anderson, Luka Burazin, Rok Svetlič, Seppo Sajama, Shiv Shiv Swaminathan, Nico Horn, Mihajlo Vučić, Ivana Tucak, Marko Novaković, Ivan Padjen, Hanna Maria Kreuzbauer, Federico Puppo, Andraž Teršek, Marianna Ginocchietti, Alessio Sardo, Niko Soininen, Asif Hameed, Zdenek Kühn, Marcin Matczak, Ievgen Zvieriew and Maarten Stremler.

2015

7th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(20–21 November 2015, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Between 20 and 21 November 2015 in Ljubljana, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 7th International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation titled “In Search of Basic European Values”. The following experts participated at the conference: Jernej Letnar Černič, Mons. Anton Stres, Vojko Strahovnik), David Roth-Isigkeit, Hanna Maria Kreuzbauer, Ivan Padjen, Miruna Andreea Balosin, Matej Avbelj, Jens T. Theilen, Michael Sevel, Violeta Beširević, Rok Svetlič, Ivana Tucak, Vasiliki Saranti, P. Kapotas & V.P. Tzevelekos, Damir Banović, Marko Novak, Andra le Roux-Kemp, Donatello Puliatti, Federico Puppo and Serena Tomasi.

2014

6th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(21–22 November 2014, Bled, Slovenia)

Between 21 and 22 November 2014 in Bled, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 6th International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation. The following experts participated at the conference: Matej Avbelj, Vojko Strahovnik, Marko Novak, Jernej Letnar Černič, Seppo Sajama, David Roth Isigkeit, Clare Frances Moran, Robert Walter, Hanna Maria Kreuzbauer, Luka Martin Tomažič, Antoine Duval and Jerneja Penca.

2013

5th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(20–21 September 2013, Bled, Slovenia)

Between 20 and 21 September 2013 in Bled, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 5th International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation. The following experts participated at the conference: Matej Avbelj, Dimitry Kochenov, Aleš Maver, Petja Mihelič, Marko Novak, Tina Oršilić Dalessio, Matjaž Potrč, Vojko Strahovnik, Rok Svetlič and Luka Martin Tomažič.

2012

4th International Conference – Legal Theory, Legal Argumentation and Legal Philosophy

(9–10 October 2012, Bled, Slovenia)

Between 9 and 10 October 2012 in Bled, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 4th International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation. The following experts participated at the conference: Seppo Sajama, Vojko Strahovnik, Giovanni Tuzet, Luka Burazin, Marko Novak, Jen Hendry, Maria Cahill, Matej Avbelj, Janja Hojnik, Katarina Vatovec, Saša Zagorc, Jernej Letnar Černič, Filippo Fontanelli, Raluca Grosescu, Martin Luterán, Petja Mihelič, Mario Krešić, Robert Smrekar, Guenther Kreuzbauer, Miodrag Jovanović.

2011

3rd International Conference – Legal Theory and Legal Argumentation

(11–12 November 2011, European Faculty of Law, Nova Gorica, Slovenia)

Between 11 and 12 November 2011 in Nova Gorica, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 3rd International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation.  The following experts participated at the conference: Giovanni Tuzet, Andrej Kristan, Žaklina Harašić, Alessio Sardo, Marko Novak, Luka Burazin, Ivana Tućak, Mario Krešić, Matej Avbelj, Tina Orsolić, Gentiana Dedaj, Jernej Letnar Černič, Jordan Daci, Vojko Strahovnik, Rok Svetlič.

LegArg 2011 booklet

2010

2nd International Conference – Legal Theory and Legal Argumentation

(29–30 October 2010, European Faculty of Law, Nova Gorica, Slovenia)

Between 29 and 30 October 2010 in Nova Gorica, the European Faculty of Law and the Graduate School of Government and European Studies carried out the 2nd International conference on legal theory and legal argumentation. The following experts participated at the conference: Giovanni Sartor, Günther Kreutzbauer, Damiano Canale and GiovanniTuzet, Andrej Kristan, Gianluigi Palombella, Matej Avbelj, Jernej Letnar Černič, Giusepe Martinico, Marko Novak, Vojko Strahovnik, Rok Svetlič, Luka Burazin.

Articles:
– Giovanni Sartor, PhD: “Defeasibility in Legal Reasoning”
– Günther Kreutzbauer, PhD: “Legal rationality and argumentative justification”
– Damiano Canale, PhD, and Giovanni Tuzet, PhD: “One, None, And a Hundred Thousand Legal Systems. Use and Abuse of Intratextual Argumentation in Law”
– Andrej Kristan, PhD: “Legisprudence and Argumentation”
– Gianluigi Palombella, PhD: “Global Law and the Law on the Globe. Layers, Legalities, and the Rule of Law Principle”
– Matej Avbelj, PhD: “The Idea of Pluralism as a Master Narrative”
– Jernej Letnar Černič, PhD: “Corporate Obligations Under the Human Right to Water”
– Giusepe Martinico, PhD: “The EU As a Complex Legal System”
– Marko Novak, PhD: “A Typological Reading of Legal Theories’ Epistemology”
– Vojko Strahovnik, PhD: “Raz on reasons, principles and guiding”
– Rok Svetlič, PhD: “One Right Answer Thesis« – Between R. Dworkin and G.W.F. Hegel”
– Luka Burazin, PhD: “Hegel’s Understanding of Damage Reparation from the Standpoint of Contemporary General Theory and Philosophy of Law”

LegArg 2010 booklet

2009

1st International Conference – Legal Argumentation and the Challenges of Modern Europe 

(15–16 October 2009, European Faculty of Law, Nova Gorica, Slovenia)

The European Faculty of Law of Nova Gorica organized the 1st scientific conference titled Legal Argumentation and the Challenges of Modern Europe. The following experts attended the conference: Guenther Kreuzbauer, Giovanni Tuzet, Vojko Strahovnik, Matej Avbelj, Marko Novak, Ivan Padjen, Marko Petrak, Luka Burazin.

Articles:
– Guenther Kreuzbauer, PhD: Rationality of Jurisprudence: A comparison of the legal approach to rationality with alternative ‘rationality producing technologies (RPT)’
– Giovanni Tuzet, PhD, and Damiano Canale, PhD: Inferring the intention
– Jernej Letnar Černič, PhD: International value system, fundamental human rights and law
– Vojko Strahovnik, PhD: The similarities between legal and moral argumentation
– Matej Avbelj, PhD: Integrity between Polities and Legal Orders
– Marko Novak, PhD: How the context of discovery influences the context of justification in legal adjudication?
– Luka Burazin, PhD: Antinomy between general principles of law
– Viktor Papež, PhD: Canon law and legal argumentation

LegArg 2009 booklet