Jagiellonian Centre for Law, Language and Philosophy is a joint institution of Faculty of Law and Administration as well as Faculty of Philosophy established on MArch, 28th, 2018 by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University. It is a result of a longstanding cooperation between scholars associated with Chair for Legal Theory and Department of Philosophy of Language and Mind. It aims at initiating, organizing and coordinating different forms of activity that fits the wide scope of interdisciplinary research within the fields of legal theory/philosophy of law and philosophy of language with a strong leaning towards analytic background.
Aims of the Centre include:
1) coordinating research projects in connection with theory of law/philosophy of law and philosophy of language;
2) promoting results of the research;
3) organizing international conferences, workshops, seminars, summer schools as well as different academic events;
4) cooperating with different research institutions, both Polish and non-Polish;
5) applying for research grants, both Polish