Dr. Péter Darák, President of the Curia of Hungary convoked the plenary session of Curia judges on 14 May 2018 to the Curia’s Auditorium. At the meeting, a number of heads of panels reported on the adjudicating activities of their respective judicial panels as well as on international seminars they had attended, in addition, the participants elected the new members of the first and second instance disciplinary tribunals.
At their meeting held in Visegrád on 17 April 2018, the chief justices of the Central European region discussed the topics of the filtering mechanisms of supreme courts and the national implementation of the European Union rules on preventing money laundering and the financing of terrorism. In addition to the so-called Visegrád countries, two South Eastern European countries were also represented at the 13th Permanent Conference of the Chief Justices of Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Upon the invitation of the Melbourne Law School and the Federal Court of Australia, from 10 to 20 March 2018 the President of the Curia of Hungary paid an official visit to Melbourne.
Péter Darák gave lectures on tax law at the Law School, the Federal Court of Australia and the Hungarian Lawyers Society.
Budapest, the 19th of March 2018
Press Secretariat of the Curia of Hungary
The representatives of the Curia of Hungary and the supreme judicial forum of the Dominican Republic have met for the very first time. The President of the Curia received in his office, on 13 April 2018, Mr. Francisco Antonio Ortega Polanco, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Dominican Republic. The meeting was also attended by Ms. Anita Dezső, Honorary Consul Candidate of the Dominican Republic.
As part of a traditional series of joint professional meetings between the representatives of the Curia of Hungary and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Austria, a judicial seminar, organised by the Curia, was held in Pannonhalma, Hungary on 10 April 2018. The seminar’s criminal and civil law sections were attended by Hungarian and Austrian supreme court judges specialised in criminal and civil law respectively.