“Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary: Influence of International and EU Law on Domestic Actions” has just been published
In September 2018 Springer published the volume “How to Measure the Quality of Judicial Reasoning” edited by Mátyás Bencze and Gar Yein Ng.
Zsolt Ződi: “Platforms, robots and the Law, New Regulatory Challenges in the Information Society” has been published (in Hungarian)
The researchers of the HAS CSS Institute for Legal Studies also contributed to the application for the research funding, which has been awarded a one billion HUF grant by the European Union under Horizon 2020.
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