Interdisciplinary Centre for Social and Legal Analyses

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Social and Legal Analyses affiliated with the Jagiellonian University is a research unit which aims to initiate, organise and coordinate research activities related to the functioning of law as a social phenomenon, the justice system, legal culture and the pathologies of the public sphere in a wider context of social change, transformations of civil society, globalization processes and the shaping of supranational legal systems. The analyses are of an interdisciplinary character and are conducted from the point of view of different fields of science, especially sociology, anthropology of culture, economy, political science, and social communication studies. The Centre initiates international collaboration, carries out expert analyses and consulting for public and private institutions. It also organises seminars and debates on the functioning of law in society.

Head

Prof. dr hab. Grażyna Skąpska (g.skapska@iphils.uj.edu.pl)

Academic Council of the Centre

  • Prof. Adam Czarnota, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Prof. Zbigniew Ćwiąkalski, Jagiellonian University
  • Prof. Vincenzo Ferrari, University of Milan
  • Prof. Martin Krygier, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Prof. Jacek Kurczewski, University of Warsaw
  • Prof. Krzysztof Pałecki, Jagiellonian University
  • Prof. Wojciech Sadurski, European University Institute in Florence, Sydney University
  • Prof. Andras Sajo, Central European Univerisity, Budapest, Human Rights Tribunal, Strasbourg
  • Prof. Mirosław Wyrzykowski, University of Warsaw, Constitutional Tribunal of the Republic of Poland

Contact information

Interdisciplinary Centre for Social and Legal Analyses
Instytut Socjologii UJ
ul. Grodzka 52
31-044 Kraków