Dissertations defended


Milda Žaliauskaitė „The concept of advance will in private law: balancing between public and private interests”


Simona Žižienė “The Principle of Proportionality in the Process of Issuing and Executing European Arrest Warrant”

Orestis Omran “Campaign Finance Law: a Comparative Constitutional Analysis between the US, the UK and Greece”

Julius Paškevičius “Household Consumers’ Right to be supplied with Electricity in the European Union”


Marijus Šalčius “Problems of Compensation of Damages Inflicted by Unlawful Actions in the course of the Criminal Proceedings”


Neringa Palionienė “The Issue of Diminished Responsibility in Lithuanian Criminal Law”

Silvija Gervienė “Legal evaluation of the effects of Soviet occupation in the globalization perspective: compensation of damages for the international crimes”

Vygantas Malinauskas “Theoretical and Methodological Aspects of Ensuring a Balance between Human Rights and Public Interests”


Aušrinė Pasvenskienė “A Legal Justification of Academic Freedom as a Fundamental Right: Charting Vagueness for More Clarity”


Gediminas Bučiūnas “Covert surveillance – searching for the appropriate balance between the right of the society to be secure and a person’s right to privacy”


Mindaugas Bilius “Problematic Issues Concerning the Legal Regulation of Private Detective Activities in Lithuania”


Stefan Kirchner “The Pre-Natal Personal Scope of Article 2 Section 1 Sentence 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights”