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Аppunti per la lettura delle fonti. L'esempio da discutere della attribuzione della "rappresentanza" al Diritto romano - testo provvisorio
First Formulation of the Theory of Normal Use: Spangenberg and its Roman Theory of the Inmission. The Most Advanced Vision of Igering and Its New Inmission Concept.
The Idea of Ius, Aequitas and Iustitia Would Be Associated With the Idea of the Useful and the Convenient: Common Utility.
Certain Issues Relating to Receiving Inheritance in the Roman Law
Dr. Mirjana Polenak-Akimovska, Full-time Professor of Roman Law, Dr. Goce Naumovski, Full-time Professor of Roman Law, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius
Apertura testamenti and its Legal Consequences in Roman Law
Dr. Vlado Buckovski, Full-time Professor of Roman Law, Dr. Esin Kranli Bajram, Assistant Professor of Roman Law, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius
La philosophie de l'humanisme juridique romain (avant la lettre) par l'invocation de la raison. Le retour de la Minerve.
Salvage on the Sea - From Roman Law to Modern Time
Dr. Dragan Bolanca, Full-time Professor of Maritime Law, Dr. Petra Amizic, Full-time Professor of Maritime Law, Dr. Vilma Pezelj, Associate Professor of Legal History, University of Split, Croatia
Marriage according to the Justinian Code and the Kanun of Lekë Dukagjin
Dr. Berat Aqifi, Associate Professor of Law, Ardian Emini, Senior Lecturer, Detrina Alishani, PhD Candidate University of Gjilan, Kossovo
Humanitas impacting ius - the curious case of Justinian's digest. A lecture between the lines of history
Ionela Cuciureanu, PhD candidate University Babes Bolyai, Research assistant University Nicolae Titulescu, Romania
The Rise and Fall of the "Roman Corporation" Societas Publicanorum In the Context of Contemporary Corporate Law
Dr. Aleksandar Klimovski, Full-time Professor of Law, Timco Mucunski, LL.M., Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius
The ECtHR's Reasoning in the Case of Bouyid v Belgium and its Roots in the Roman and Judeo-Christian Traditions
La definizione della libertà umana di Fiorentino. Ius come parte della libertas Florentinus' definition of human freedom. Ius as part of libertas
The Church and the State in the Byzantine Empire: the Holy and the Profane within Society
Dr. Ivanka D. Vasilevska, Associate Professor of Legal History, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius