Sapientia EMTE Jogtudományi Intézet

The three institutes of Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (the Institute of Private and Comparative Law, the Institute of Criminal Sciences and the Institute of Public Law), by their very nature, are bridges between the Hungarian and Romanian legal academic life, mediating and actively participating in academic and research programmes in Romania and Hungary.

Hungarian Association for Comparative Law

Hungarian Association for Comparative Law

Central-European Association for Comparative Law

The Association was established in 2021. The aims of the Association are to carries out comparative legal researches and prepares studies in the field of private law, public law, EU and international law, focusing on the Central European region, provides suggestions and opinions for the scientific community, international organizations and state bodies of the countries of the Central European region (especially for legislators and law enforcers) in particular with regard to the encouragement and development of the domestic and foreign application of certain legal institutions.


The Central European Academy (CEA), which is committed to supporting comparative law in Central Europe began its work on the 1st of January 2022.
The aims of the Academy are to manage large-scale research and training projects in Central European countries, addressing both legal professionals and young people interested in the field.
In order to achieve its goals, CEA operates the Central European Professors' Network, organizes international scientific conferences and webinars, provides scientific publication opportunities, and creates and manages online professional interfaces.
As a result of its activities, the Academy is confident that, in addition to improving the quality of domestic legislation, it will be able to create and support a widely acknowledged professional network involving Central European countries.


The EPLO is an international organization dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the area of Public Law lato sensu and Governance, including but not limited to, inter alia, national, comparative and European public law, human rights law and environmental law and the promotion of European values for a better generation of lawyers and democratic institutions worldwide.


The Institute of Justice in Warsaw is a state organizational unit subordinate to the Minister of Justice, conducting scientific and research activities in the field of creation, application, axiology and social functioning of law, as well as the phenomena of crime and social pathology. The Institute was established in 1990 from the merger of two previously operating separately research units – the Institute for the Study of Judicial Law at the Ministry of Justice and the Institute of Crime Problems at the Prosecutor General’s Office.


The CEDR was founded in 1957 and it is the only pan-European organization which represents lawyers and professionals interested in Rural Law, in a large sense, covering all aspects related to agricultural world: agricultural, environmental, food, energy, commercial, and economical.