The Allerhand Institute is an independent research centre, which conducts interdisciplinary and comparative studies on the role of legal institutions in creating and working in economic markets, both in terms of the shape of the regulation and the institutional framework they create.

The Institute specializes in private law, but other areas of research include commercial law, insolvency, civil, economic, financial and capital market law. These are areas of law, whose efficiency primarily affects the economic growth and prosperity of the country.

The Institute is also interested in the following issues: transformation of the law, judicial system reform, alternative methods of dispute resolution, legal ethics, ltransplantation of legal solutions, europeanisation of law and competing legal and inter-juridical systems.