One of the main activities of the European Faculty of Law is research in various fields of law. Many professors invite students to participate in research, giving numerous students the possibility to expand their knowledge and experience research work. In doing so, students develop professional and scientific research competences, both general and specific.
Research is conducted through the following internal Research Institutes and Centres:
- Institute for Management of Real Estate,
- Comparative Law Centre,
- Intellectual Property Centre.
Since 2007, all three institutes have been registered in Slovenian Research Agency Evidence of Research Organizations.
“Research work at the European Law Faculty includes many dimensions of legal, social sciences and engineering issues. We encourage lecturers, researchers and students to integrate into basic and applicative research projects, to publish research findings in domestic and foreign scientific and professional publications and to participate in various competitions and conferences. In a short time, the European Law Faculty has made big steps in the field of research and has become one of the recognized research institutions within the national and international environment. “
izr. prof. dr. Alenka Temeljotov Salaj, Vice-dean for research and development at European Faculty of Law