The Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government invites you to a symposium on the Polish constitutional crisis, to be held in Oxford on 9 May 2017. The main purpose of the Symposium will be to reflect, from a theoretical perspective, on the controversial events around the Polish Constitutional Tribunal since mid-2015. The contributions to the Symposium will be published on the Verfassungsblog.
To attend, please register through Eventbrite. Spaces may be limited. Registration alone does not guarantee admission - we wil confirm the list of attendees later on. [Registration is not required for the members of the Oxford Law Faculty.]
Please note that we plan to publish online both the texts of the contributions and video-recordings of the event. The Symposium's YouTube video feed will be able here (link).
- Adam Czarnota, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales Law
- Tomasz Gizbert-Studnicki, Professor of Legal Theory, Jagiellonian University
- Marcin Matczak, Associate Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Warsaw
- The Honorable Lech Morawski, Judge of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Republic of Poland
- Nick Barber, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Oxford
- Richard Ekins, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oxford
- Aileen Kavanagh, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oxford
- Alison Young, Professor of Public Law, University of Oxford
The Symposium is supported by the Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government and by Wardyński & Partners law firm.