Thesis topic proposal
Alternative Dispute Resolution: ways to avoid lawsuits in the 21st century


Institute: University of Debrecen
Géza Marton Doctoral School of Legal Studies

Thesis supervisor: László Pribula
Location of studies (in Hungarian): ÁJK A/215. szoba
Abbreviation of location of studies: A/215

Description of the research topic:

The research within the doctoral program also includes finding ways to promote timely and efficient resolution of disputes while maintaining the monopoly of the judicial system. The use of ADR instead of litigation raises many questions on constitutionality and legal certainty, therefore it is useful to look into foreign practices whether they failed or succeeded. Research on arbitration, mediation, professional mediators, non-litigious procedures and other means of ADR helps to decide, to what extent we should outsource dispute resolution from the courts to other institutions, and how to find balance between effectiveness and the fundamental rights of those seeking justice.

Required language skills: English (angol)
Number of students who can be accepted: 2

Deadline for application: 2016-12-31

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