Tamás Hoffmann recently published a chapter entitled 'The crime of genocide in its (nearly) infinite domestic variety' in The Concept of Genocide in International Criminal Law - Developments after Lemkin, edited by Marco Odello and Piotr Łubiński and published by Routledge.
Andrea Szatmári and István Hoffman: 'The Transformation of the Municipal Social Care System in Hungary – In the Light of the Provision of Home Care Services
Andrea Szatmári and István Hoffman recently published a new article entitled The Transformation of the Municipal Social Care System in Hungary – In the Light of the Provision of Home Care Services in the jornal of Lex Localis (Q2; impact factor: 0.620).
Lukasz Gruszczynski: 'The FCTC dilemma on heated tobacco products' has been published.
Information on cancelled events
The regular events at Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies will be cancelled because of the crisis created by the new coronavirus. The formerly planned events will be rescheduled and our updated programme will be published as soon as possible.
All staff of Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies will be working from home in the foreseeable future. The Institute will be closed in the crisis situation but our colleagues will be available via email.
Our research will continue. In fact, we have launched a new project entitled Epidemiology and Legal Science as part of the ongoing The Responsiveness of the Hungarian Legal System 2010-2018 (FK129018) project. New research results will be published as JTI Blog entries, or made freely available as publications of MTA Law Working Papers very swiftly. Updates will be promoted via social media as well.
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