2018. July 16., Monday

The Results of the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Szeged in the National Conference of Scientific Students' Associations (OTDK) in 2015

The students of the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences applied with their submissions in two sections in this year’s National Conference of Scientific Students' Associations (hereinafter OTDK).

The Section of Social Sciences was organised by the Faculty of Humanities of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary from 30. 03. to 01. 04. 2015 in Budapest. In this section Szeged had eight submissions from among the following three was awarded:

First Award: Árpád Lapu: The Emission Trading System of the European Union: Compromise or Solution? (Department of International Relations)

Third Award: Roland Gömöri: Coptic Christians in Militarised Egypt (Department of International Relations)

Special Award: Andrea Illés: Control of the Media in the Kádár-system (Department of International Relations)

 

The Section of Legal Sciences was organised by the Faculty of Public Administration of the National University of Public Service from 31. 03. to 02. 04. 2015, also in Budapest.

Faithful to the tradition of our Faculty, Szeged had several submissions in this competition of high quality.

In the Section of Legal Sciences National Conference of Scientific Students' Associations the students of the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences had forty submissions. According to preliminary estimations our Faculty is the second in the hierarchy among the Hungarian law faculties (official results will be released later on). This is an outstanding result because our Faculty produced the best record from among the rural universities of Hungary.


The awards of the students of our Faculty:

First award:

  • Department of Criminal Law I.: Soma Márok: The “three strikes law” in Hungary
  • Department of Criminal Law II.: Sándor Sápi: Certain Dogmatic Problems of Robbery: Delimitations and the Number of the Counts of Offence
  • Department of Criminal Law III.: Erzsébet Molnár: The Criminal Responsibility of Representatives of Business Entities
  • Department of Labour Law: Adrienn Lukács: The Protection of Employees’ Privacy during Telework

 

Second Award:

  • Department of Constitutional Law I.: Gergely Gönczi: "Aspects of Life without Parole from a Fundamental Rights Point of View - the Constitutionality of Criminal Law and the Strasbourg Practice"
  • Department of Constitutional Law II.: Georgina Lencse – Réka Kocsis: On the Obligations of Deputies, with Special regard to the Question of Loyalty to the People
  • Department of Legal Theory: Norbert Tribl: Examining the Nature of Constitutional Identity: National and the European Constitutional Identity.
  • Department of Criminology and Law of Enforcement: Barbara Nusser: The Convict Mother's Emplacement and Maintaining Contact with her Child in the Reflection of the Hungarian Regulation
  • Department of Civil Law III.: Gábor Paja: Thoughts about the Solutions of the Occurant Jural Defects in the Foreign Currency Based Loan- treaties


Third Awards:

  • Department of Agricultural and Cooperative Law: Zita Adrienn Szőllősi: The Pre-purchase Right, as the Formative Law of the Land Purchase Law
  • Department of Criminal Law II.: Csaba Tamás: Critics on the Statutory Rules on Child Prostitution in the Reflection of the European Union’s Requirements and the Interest to be Protected by Criminal Law
  • Department of Information Communication and Media Law: Diána Dobrodinszky: "Anything your Commenters Say Can be Held against You..." - Who Should be Liable for Online Comments?
  • Department of Hungarian Legal History: Jasmine Hussein: Law Historical Significance of Lease Contracts in the Life of a Market Town.
  • Department of Roman Law and European Legal History: Krisztina Sztoján: Dos reddenda - Dotal Pacts in the Contractual Practice of Classical Roman Law

 

Special Award:

  • Special Award of the Curia: Soma Márok: The “three strikes law” in Hungary (Criminal Law)
  • Special Award of the General Prosecutor: Zsuzsanna Horváth: The Theoretical and Practical Dilemma of Right to Refuse to Testify (Criminal Procedure Law)
  • Special Award of the Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information: János Ancsin: The Freedom of expression on the Internet, particularly with the Liability of Intermediary Service Providers (Information Communication and Media Law)
  • Special Award of the Hungarian Bar Association: Soma Márok: The “three strikes law” in Hungary (Criminal Law)
  • Special Award of the Hungarian Bar Association: Sándor Sápi: Certain Dogmatic Problems of Robbery: Delimitations and the Number of the Counts of Offence (Criminal Law)
  • Special Award of the Hungarian Bar Association: Erzsébet Molnár: The Criminal Responsibility of Representatives of Business Entities (Criminal Law)
  • Special Award of the Hungarian Bar Association: Gábor Paja: Thoughts about the Solutions of the Occurant Jural Defects in the Foreign Currency Based Loan- treaties (Civil Law)
  • Special Award of the National Police Headquarters: Soma Márok: The “three strikes law” in Hungary (Criminal Law)
  • Special Award of the Association of the Hungarian Constitutional Lawyers: Emese Réka Simon: The Human Rights Aspects of Ethnic Profiling (Constitutional Law)
  • Special Award of the Pro Talentis Universitatis: Gábor Hajdú: Questions of Autocracy (Legal Theory)

 

The submissions of the other faculties were opposed by 24 of our students, from among them some had the Award of the Best Opposer:

  • Enikő Helier (Department of Agricultural and Cooperative Law)
  • Annamária Hollós (in two departments, Department of Criminal Law and Department of International Law)
  • György Attila Németh (Department of Criminal Law)
  • Réka Balázs (Department of Private International Law)
  • Ágnes Kósa (Department of Civil Law)
  • Eszter Gál (Department of Civil Law)

 

We would like to congratulate the competitors, their consultants and the opponents furthermore we wish additional professional success for all of them. Thank you for your cooperation in the 32nd OTDK by gaining outstanding success for our University.