Activities of the Institute:

  1. Organization of a scientific sessions and panel discussions with participation of the leading academics and practitioners devoted to the vital legal issues, both as regards practice, legal policy and vision;
  2. Researching and giving opinions on draft laws and bills important for the economy through estimation of the economical and social consequences of the regulatory solutions (regulatory impact assessment, economic analysis of law);
  3. Organization of the monographic lectures, symposia and seminars for the public sector employees and managers;
  4. Publishing books and journals in collaboration with the leading professional publishing houses;
  5. Integration of young scholars, in particular from the countries such as Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Austria, Israel (as countries linked to the Allerhand’s life) through funding research and doctoral scholarships (grants and fellowships from the Maurycy Allerhand Fund);
  6. Historical research and documentation of Polish legal science, the history of the bar and codification process during the period of 1918 – 1939, as well as underground (conspiracy) legal education in the years 1939 – 1945;
  7. Research on the importance of the national jurisprudence and the legislative process during the interwar period in Poland in the European perspective
  8. Studies on economically efficient and legally proper methods of implementation of the EC-community law and legal transplants into the national legal order;
  9. Stimulation of the development of the Polish legal thought, legal ethics and the quality of the public debate;
  10. Contribution to the strengthening of Poland’s and other New Member States’ position in the European Union in the public consultations initiated by the European Commission in the areas of Europeanization (harmonization and unification) of private law, improving corporate governance, strengthening financial markets regulation and supervision, facilitation of the freedom of capital etc.;
  11. Maintaining international academic dialogue, and exchange cooperation with its counterparties in other countries;
  12. Accumulating institutional and intellectual capital necessary to sustainably pursue Institute’s goals and mission.