The idea behind the School of Polish Law is an innovative and unique solution aimed at broadening the knowledge of the Polish legal system beyond Poland’s borders and at the same time enabling foreigners to learn the basics of Polish law.
Currently the project is being implemented mainly with the inhabitants of Ukraine and Belarus in mind.
The main goal of the project is to create a network of Polish law schools in the Ukraine (Kiev and Odessa) and Belarus (Minsk), and consequently, promoting the study of Polish law, promoting knowledge about Polish law and the Polish economy by teaching the basics of the Polish legal system and the Polish legal language and legalese, as well as supporting academic mobility and integrating
students and scholars from Poland, Ukraine and Belarus through various activities- including academic classes, practical workshops (e.g. with the participation of business representatives), but also through participation in international conferences, language workshops and research internships related to the study of Polish law.
The main coordinator and guarantor of the project’s implementation is the Research Center of Eastern European
and Central Asian Law at Warsaw University’s Faculty of Law and Administration.
Project funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education as part of the Dialogue Program for 2019-2021.