Newest ELI Institutional Members

The ELI is proud to be cooperating with the following new Institutional Members:

The Faculty of Economics & Business is one of the 31 constituent institutions of the University of Zagreb. Established in 1920, it holds the distinction of being the oldest higher education institution specialising in economics and business in the Republic of Croatia. The Faculty of Economics & Business proudly holds three prestigious international accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB Business accreditation (institution-level), and EFMD Programme Accreditation (for the Bachelor Degree in Business program).

The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania (Lietuvos vyriausiasis administracinis teismas) was established on 19 September 2000 and started its activities on 1 January 2001. The Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania is the first and final instance for administrative cases assigned to its jurisdiction by law. It is an appeal instance for cases concerning decisions, rulings and orders of the first instance administrative courts. Rulings of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania are final and not subject to appeal. As the supreme judicial institution in administrative cases, it develops uniform case law of administrative courts in interpreting and applying laws and other legal acts.

Since its formation in 1918, the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) has had a significant impact on Canada’s legal landscape. The ULCC provides independent analysis and resolutions for the harmonisation and reform of law in Canada.

University of Coimbra Institute for Legal Research (UCILeR) is a research unit at the Faculty of Law. Fully aware of its traditions, contributing to the production and dissemination of legal knowledge in the last few centuries, it is UCILeR’s purpose to steer its research to contemporary expectations and quality standards. UCILeR is proud of its past and driven to meet the highest standards of excellence in its future activity. UCILeR’s 86 researchers offer a wide range of issues studied and critical mass, hence research excellence in legal studies and also with an interdisciplinary approach.