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keywords: public international law, human rights, migration law, asylum law, diplomatic law, consular law, law of treaties, international organization law, EU institutional law, law of state succesion, international trade law, humanitarian law, investment law,
offer number: 50
research topics:
  • international human rights law, international, European and national migration and asylum law, use of force in international law, diplomaticand consular law;
  • law of treaties, international organization law, EU institutional law, diplomatic protocol, law of state succession, relations between international, European and state law, international negotiations;
  • various aspects of international humanitarian law and its relations to contemporary armed conflicts;
  • the issues of fight against international terrorism from the perspective of international law regulations;
  • international trade law, international investment law, international dispute settlement and arbitration, legal aspects of global governance, French law;
  • the internet and public international law (jurisdiction, internet governance, protection of intellectual property rights);
  • modern and asymmetrical armed conflicts, especially “cyberwar” and private military and security companies;
  • German and EU Law.
comercial research:
  • expert cooperation with the public sector on matters concerning international human rights law, international, European and national migration and asylum law, use of force in international law and diplomatic and consular law;
  • cooperation with state officials, civil servants and representatives of various professions (e.g. business) within the scope presented in the column denoting the topic of research and the topic of training and expertise;
  • cooperation with the military and civilian circles on matters of adequate implementation of principles and norms of international law into the international legal regulations;
  • cooperation with the Polish Armed Force on elaboration of rules engagement for Polish military personnel participating in the overseas military operations;
  • cooperation with the military and civilian circles on matters of adequate implementation of international anti-terrorist conventions and the European Union legal acts on preventing and combating terrorism;
  • cooperation with public and private entities in the area of international trade and investment law, legal aspects of global governance, selected aspects of Francophone legal systems, comparative economic law and public procurement;
  • cooperation with the private and public sector (courts, regulators, state prosecutors, telecommunication companies, NGOs) on matters concerning international internet law, international media law and especially questions of jurisdiction, internet regulation, sovereign rights on the internet etc.
  • cooperation with military and civil sector on matters of new aspects of cyberwarfare and cybercriminality;
  • training in diplomatic protocol and decorum for various recipient groups – e.g. legal etiquette, business decorum, elements of diplomatic protocol for state officials and representatives of effective state authorities;
  • training regarding the EU and its law and other international organizations;
  • training regarding negotiations, especially leading towards the drawing up of an agreement, including a treaty;
  • expertise and opinions regarding: treaty law, succession of countries, international organizations law, observance of international law within the state legal system, human rights;
  • courses, consultancy and opinions on international human rights law, international, European and national migration and asylum law, use force in international law and diplomatic and consular law;
  • courses, consultancy and legal opinions on international trade law, international investment law and arbitration, comparative public procurement law, legal systems of Francophone states.

Methods and research techniques:

  • courses in the law of EU and other International Organisations;
  • courses in German Law (mr Roguski is a German-qualified lawyer;
  • consultancy and reports/opinions on international internet law, international media law, German law, EU law;
  • courses, consultancy and opinions on procedure before International Tribunals, especially the ICJ and the ECHR.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, expertises

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