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The International Youth Scientific Body (IYSB) of the Central European Association for Comparative Law gathers young researchers, Ph.D. students and recent Ph.D. graduates from the Central European region with the aim of engaging them in the international scientific life. The IYSB enables early-career scholars to learn about each others’ research and organize joint research projects and conferences. The IYSB provides several means of cooperation, including the Central European Academy Law Review, the blog of the Central European Academy, the Annual Scientific Conference of the Central European Academy, and the CEA Newsletter.

The Central European Academy Law Review is a scientific journal established on the example of American student-run journals, containing articles, book reviews, conference papers and case law notes in matters related to the Central European region. Publication opportunity in the law review is primarily addressed to young researchers.

The blog of the Central European Academy publishes short analyses, opinion pieces and conference reports on recent developments in legal matters concerning the Central European countries. The blog provides an opportunity for authors to react promptly on the latest events, decisions, judgments, or legislative pieces on a flexible platform.

The Annual Scientific Conference of the Central European Academy (ASCEA) is usually organized in the beginning of the academic year, in September–October in Budapest, Hungary. The conference aims to bring together outstanding young researchers from the Central European region in order to provide a platform where the future generation of legal scholars can discuss the most relevant and topical legal issues of the region. The exchange of ideas on innovative and well-functioning regulatory measures and good practices contributes to a higher level of cooperation between different neighboring countries and enables participants to develop a common Central European approach to these issues.

The CEA Newsletter aims to build a network of senior and junior scholars as well as universities and scientific institutes of the Central European region to keep each other updated about the latest events, calls for papers, publication opportunities and other means of cooperation. The newsletter helps to build a higher level of integration of the academics of the Central European countries through exchanging best practices, experiences and participating in various events across the region.

International Youth Scientific Body

The International Youth Scientific Body (IYSB) of the Central European Association for Comparative Law gathers young researchers, Ph.D. students and recent Ph.D. graduates from the Central European region with the aim of engaging them in the international scientific life.

Dr. Enikő Krajnyák

Chairwoman

Enikő Krajnyák graduated law in 2021 from the Faculty of Law of the University of Miskolc (Hungary) with Summa Cum Laude. She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate and an Assistant Lecturer at the same university at the Department of Public International Law and a Scientific Researcher at the Central European Academy in Budapest. She is a recipient of the prestigious Diploma of Excellence in International and Comparative Human Rights Law awarded by the René Cassin Foundation – International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg in 2023. She is a regular speaker at international scientific conferences in European universities, and the author of several publications in English, French, and Hungarian languages. Since 2022, she actively participates in the research of the Central European Professors’ Network, assisting the head of the research group in coordinating the international research and authoring or co-authoring several chapters in these books. She is an editor of the Central European Academy Law Review, and an organizer of the Annual Scientific Conference of the Central European Academy.

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