The aim of the conference is to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the justice system in practice. The conference is organised more than 2 years after the COVID-19 pandemic began in Europe and therefore will be an excellent opportunity to analyse how the regulations in European countries regarding the justice system in times of the COVID-19 pandemic have been changing. The conference will also be an opportunity to present the results of detailed research conducted by the project team operating in the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia. The project uses the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange grant regarding the functioning of the justice system in times of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the conference, the topic of developing a model solution to combat the pandemic will be discussed, so that in possible next special situations we will have a solution ready to be implemented. We will also analyse whether the solutions concerning the COVID-19 pandemic implemented by different countries will be permanent and if they find their place in the justice systems of said countries for a longer time.
The event is organised by the University of Silesia and the Jagiellonian University.
The conference will be a hybrid event – partly remote and partly on-site (the number of on-site places is limited). On the first day, the participants will meet in Katowice, and on the second day – in Krakow. Registration is required.
More details at conferencecovid.us.edu.pl.