interview

2019. június 26. 10:38
Technology is constantly changing the degree of privacy that people may expect, and the courts in response change constitutional rules to those new technologies. The effect is to try to maintain the same rough balance of privacy as technology changes– says Orin Kerr, Professor of Law at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law during a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service, located in Budapest.
2019. június 18. 16:16
The neoliberal revolution changed the fundamental political economic coding of our society and tech monopolies seek to capture and control over every single instition that is independent from them – says Barry Lynn, director of the Open Markets Institute in the course of a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service, located in Budapest.
2019. június 13. 09:31
Transnational economic law shall be measured against human rights standards, while there is no place for an investment protection system in an internal market – says Markus Krajewski, chair in Public Law and Public International Law at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg during a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service, located in Budapest.
2019. június 5. 10:08
By focusing on human dignity and human relations, the Catholic legal education avoids the dangers of both individualism and collectivism – says Thomas C. Berg, professor of law at the University of St. Thomas and America’s leading scholar of law and religion during a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service in Budapest, Hungary.
2019. április 30. 11:44
Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service, located in Budapest, Hungary spoke with Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, one of the most widely cited research organizations across America. Ilya Shapiro talked about the establishment and role of the Cato Institute along with its Center for Constitutional Studies; about the dangers of “increased centralization” and the “one-size-fits-all” approach in public policy decisions as well as about the important role of the Supreme Court in shielding states’ rights from the central government. In the course of the conversation Ilya Shapiro also shared his thoughts on the threats of the growing “administrative state” along with the “politicization of the judiciary” and on what Europeans could learn from this American experience. Last but not least, they touched upon contemporary constitutional challenges around the world such as the dilemma of free speech on private digital platforms.
2019. április 4. 14:01
Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the American Studies Research Institute of the National University of Public Service, located in Budapest, Hungary spoke with Professor Jeffrey Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center, professor of law at George Washington University and one of the leading constitutional scholars of America about the establishment and mission of the National Constitution Center; about the role of the U.S. Supreme Court in an increasingly polarized America, and about what the American experience on judicial activism is revealing. In the course of the conversation they also touched upon recent constitutional dilemmas brought by the digital era along with contemporary constitutional challenges around the world.