Important Grants and Projects
Participation in scientific and research projects supported and funded by grants is of great importance for the Faculty of Law of the CU in Bratislava in terms of the development of its scientific, research and even pedagogical activities.
More information about grants and projects are to be found under following sections:
The Faculty takes part in other grant projects supported by the Agency for Science and Research within the General Call, namely the following ones:
- Guidelines and tools for effective elimination of unlawful acts in relation with potential insolvency
- Securing the effective tax collection within the context of informatisation
- Sexual abuse of children and persons entrusted
- Metamorphoses and innovations of the corporations´concept under conditions of globalisation
- Influence of mutual recognition of electronic identification means on public administration electronic services
- Improvement of effectiveness of legal regulation of public procurement and its application within EU law context
- New challenges for rights in rem in Slovakia
- Historical development of private law terminology in Slovakia in the context of recodificaton of Slovak civil law
- Legal regulation of management of spent nuclear fuel
The Faculty of Law CU also participates in scientific and research projects of the Scientific Grant Agency of Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of SR and Slovak Academy of Sciences (VEGA) and projects targeted at applied research in the area of education system and creative culture of the Cultural and Educational Grant Agency of Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of SR (KEGA). Currently, the Faculty participates in the following projects:
- Institutional competitiveness in the light of changing external environment
- Legal protection of participants in economic and legal relations with an emphasis on criminal-law instruments for protecting interests of creditors
- A mechanism for implementing collective claims in the Slovak Republic
- Employment of young people in times of economic changes in the light of migration crisis - new challenges for the job market politics (legal and economic point of view)
- Legal aspects of optimalisation of exercising public administration competences by local self-government authorities as public administration entities
- Innovative forms of creation of financial funds and their assignments
- Governing and control in atomistic and polycorporate structures
- The role of judisprudence by forming a common European constitutionary heritage and identity
- Effectivity of the decision performance regarding the court responsability for the under-aged after the recodification of the civil process
- Legal and economic aspects of corruption - its sources, consequences, prevention and economic analysis of its legal adjustment
- Evaluation of implementation and future development of the penal mechanism after 10 years of the operation of the criminal codexes of the SR
- Restriction of the freedom of speech: the "depository" film case
- Marxism still alive? A review of K. Marx´s teachings in current legal and economic thinking.
- Economic legal history: economy and entrepreneurship in the legal history
- Examination of the valid individual legal acts in the context of legal security and justice
- Tax flight and avoiding of the tax duty and informatisation of the public sector
- Implementation of the comparative law into the study curriculum
- The innovative university text book
- Innovative university textbook regarding governing and control of atomistic and polycorporate structures
On the initiative of the Rector of the CU supported by the Academic Senate of the CU and Scientific Board of the CU, the CU awards the Grants of Comenius University to foster scientific, pedagogical and cultural projects of young teachers, research associates and internal Ph.D. students (all of them have to be less than 30 years old). Annually, a number of projects from the Faculty of Law of the CU is either supported or incorporated into the group of participants from other faculties.
In the 2018/2019 academic year the Faculty of Law has applied for grants from the Commission and Visegrad fund and has successfully fulfilled requirements for Erasmus+ and Jean Monnet activities.
In the academic year 2012/2013, the Faculty began to implement the following project: Master's Degree Programme in Foreign Language called "Law of European Integration and Globalization" which was co-funded by the European Union from the European Social Fund within the Operational Programme Education (hereinafter only referred to as "LEIG"). The grant was provided by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the SR based on the agreement on provision of irrecoverable financial contribution No. 004/2012/4.2/OPV (call: OPV-2012/4.2/04-SORO). The project comprised two actions, namely (1) Transfer of innovative forms and methods into the system of legal education in a foreign language based on the needs of well-educated society and (2) Establishment of innovative foreign language education within the existing study programme “Law” in order to enhance international cooperation and mobility. This project was successfully completed in the 2015/2016 academic year.
In December 2013, Comenius University in Bratislava started to implement the following project: University Scientific Park of Comenius University in Bratislava within the Operational Programme Research and Development (call: OPVaV-2012/4.2/08-RO) which is co-funded from the European Regional Development Fund and the state budget of the Slovak Republic where its contributor is the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the SR. The Faculty of Law of the Comenius University in Bratislava by itself takes patronage over the activity 2.8 Societal Challenges for the 21st Century – Legal Challenges. The basis of this activity lies in the fact that the society and possibilities of its further development currently face rather complex challenges. Therefore, the research conducted into the area of social and human sciences, its results and their practical applicability is of greater importance for the society.