Mónika Józon, Associate Professor of the Sapientia-Hungarian University of Transylvania, holds a Juristenrunde lecture on 'Tort Law Developments in Romania after 10 years of the ’New’ Civil Code' on Monday, 13 December 2021, 11.00h.
The presentation will start with a short historical retrospective on the project of the New Romanian Civil Code, including the novelties in the field of tort law. Then the doctrinal debate on the new fundaments of liability and the changes in the function of tort liability will be presented. In the second part of the lecture the success stories and failures of the New Civil Code – particularly in responding to new types of torts – will be discussed.
Mónika Józon is an Associate Professor of the Sapientia-Hungarian University of Transylvania in Romania, where she teaches Romanian civil law and EU law. Her main area of research is European private law. She contributed to several ETL and ECTIL projects, including the Digest of European Tort Law (volumes II, III, IV) and the study on Human Rights and Tort Law.
The lecture will be broadcast via Zoom. Participation is free of charge.
If you are interested to join, we would kindly ask you register with ectil(at)ectil.org until Thursday, 9 December. The link for Zoom will be provided on Friday, 10 December.