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This article is available only in italian  Recensione al libro

Hamza Gábor - Origine e sviluppo degli ordinamenti giusprivatistici moderni in base alla tradizione del diritto romano

This article is available only in english European Society for Comparative Legal History

The ESCLH aims to promote comparative legal history and seeks affiliation with individuals and organisations with complementary aims.

Ádám Boóc - The Basics of Civil Law, Part I.

A textbook, written by Adam Boóc has been just published by Patrocinium kiadó under the title of The Basics of Civil Law, Part I.

This article is available only in italian Presentazione del volume

Origine e sviluppo degli ordinamenti giusprivatistici moderni in base alla tradizione del diritto romano - di e con Gábor Hamza

Mercoledì 14 Maggio 2014, ore 18.00, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Sala Federico Fellini

This article is available only in hungarian  Dr. Gábor Hamza - The Naming of America and the Hungarian Prince Saint Emeric

The highly reputed German and French historians, Franz Laubenberger and Albert Ronsin came to the conclusion that the naming of the American continent is related to the Christian name of Saint Emeric, the only sone of the first king of Hungary, Steven I (The Saint). Anastasio Vespucci, who was secretary of the senate of Florence, gave very probably the first name „Amerigo" to his son under the influence of the cult of Saint Emeric existing in medieval Italy.

This article is available only in german  Einladung - Ungarn in Europa

S.E. Dr. József Czukor, Botschafter von Ungarn, gibt sich die Ehre, Sie und Ihre Begleitung zum Vortrag von Herrn Prof. Dr. Gábor Hamza, Eötvös - Loránd - Universität Budapest, mit dem Titel „Ungarn in Europa“.

Professor Gabor Hamza's Award

Professor Gabor Hamza did receive the Middle Cross of the Order of the Merit of Hungary on the 15th of March, 2014.

Gábor Hamza - Roman law and its influence on contemporary (modern) legal systems

The author of this volume is dealing with a number of institutions of Roman law. Many of these institutions (constructions) are surviving in the contemporary (modern) legal systems (orders). The author comes to the conclusion that the knowledge of Roman legal institutions is essential to the understanding of a large number of legal institutions existing in the contemporary legal orders. The book contains also studies in relation to the subsequent fate of Roman law, history of law, legal harmonisation (approximation) as well as legal comparison. Particular attention deserves the study dealing with Roman law related research in the 21st century.

Adam Boóc’s Lecture on the conference organized by Fórum Akadémia

Dr. Adam Boóc, PhD. attorney-at-law delivered a lecture on the recent changes of Hungarian Company law at the conference organized by Fórum Akadémia on the 20th of February, 2014. The event has taken place in Budapest.