The Annual International Academic Conference on Law, Politics and Management.
Circa 2015


This was the official website for the 2014 - 2016 annual International Academic Conference on Law, Politics and Management.
Content is from the site's 2015 archived pages.

The conference is organized by
The International Institute for Academic development
in partnership with
Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania)
Faculty of Law, Batumi Shota Rustaveli state University (Georgia),


Dear Colleagues and Guests

Dear Colleagues and Guests

Welcome to the official website of the International Academic Conference on Law, Politics and Management (IACLPM 2015) will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania on 28-29 May 2015. IACLPM 2015 is an annual International Academic Conference, which covers main fields of Law, Politics and Management. The mission of IACLPM 2015 is to provide a platform for researchers, academicians as well as other professionals from all over the world to present their research results in Law, Political Science and Management. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and experiences, to establish business or research relations and to find partners for future collaboration. The goal of our conference is also to support, encourage and provide a platform for young researchers to present their research, to network within the international community of other young researchers and to seek the insight and advice of successful senior researchers during the conference.  

The language of the conference is English. We welcome paper submissions. Prospective authors are invited to submit full and original research papers which are not submitted, published, under consideration anywhere in other conferences or journals.

We are pleased to announce the conference venue –  Mykolas Romeris University  known as one of the best university in Lithuania. You will enjoy with high quality standards of meeting rooms equipped with the latest technology.

We aim to combine scientific activities with an opportunity to meet the historical and gorgeous city of Vilnius. It would be possible for attendees to visit the Vilnius' modern and historical areas during the city tour which will be offered by organizers of the conference.

We are also pleased to announce that a limited number of papers will receive special awards on the basis of their scientific merit and originality and an Awards Ceremony will take place during the Closing Remarks session of the Conference. Individuals from the same University, Institute or other scientific organization have an opportunity to receive a group discount rate of IACLPM 2015 registration fee.

The organizing committee is working hard to offer you a high quality of scientific and social programme and make the IACLPM 2015 a truly memorable experience for all participants.

We look forward to welcome you at the IACLPM 2015 in Vilnius.

Yours sincerely,
Dr. Malkhaz Nakashidze
IACLPM 2016 Organizing Committee Chair



Conference Themes


Covers topics related to: Public and Private law, Commercial law, Tort law, Property law, Administrative law, Tax law, Environmental law, Human rights law, Legal systems and their Institutions, European law, The institutions of international justice, Judicial System,  Government Structure, Legislature, Legal Methodology, Civil Procedure, Islamic Law, Teaching Methodology, Family and Juvenile Law, Health Law, Constitutional Law, Constitutional Justice,  Criminal Law, Civil Law,  Contract Law,  Intellectual Property Law,  Employment Law,  Corporate Law, Business Organization Law, Immigration Law, Real Estate Law, Sports and Entertainment Law, History of Law, Philosophy of Law and related topics in Law.

Political Science

Covers topics related to: International Relations, Nationalism and identity policies, Political Participation, NGO’s and civic culture, Political Theory, Comparative Politics and Comparative Government, Political Systems, International Politics, Politics of European Integration, Modernization in Turkey and Iran, American Politics, Political Science Research Methods, Gender Politics, Political Economy, Politics in Russia, Public Administration, Global Governance, Public Policy, Power and Justice, The Presidency, Voting, Campaigning, and Elections, Political Psychology, Democracy and Its Critics, Liberty and Equality, Modern Political Ideologies, European Integration, Politics of Developing Countries, Government and Politics of the Middle East, Politics of Human Rights, Autocracy, Democracy, and Prosperity, The Soviet Successor States, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict, International Law and Organizations, United States Foreign Policy, International Terrorism and related topics in Political Science.


Covers topics related to: Recent Innovations in Management, Training and Development, Technology Management, Business Environment, Information Management, Knowledge Management, Accounting and Finance, Management Accounting, Management of family business, Marketing of Financial Services, Education and human development in management, Management of Commercial Geography, Management conflicts in enterprises, Management of Social Sector, Education and Employment,  Management and bureaucracy, The management of Business finance, Project management, Managing business transformation, Managing the marketing role, International relationships in management, Timetabling in management, Social communications in management, Knowledge management, Motivation of Human Resource, Business strategies, Leadership and corporate governance, Change management, Managerial Accounting, Personal Ethics at Work, Sales and Sales Management, Organizational Leadership, Psychology and Decision Making and related topics in Management.





Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is one of the most frequently visited cities of Eastern Europe. It draws attention, not only because of its unique architectural character, but also by its cultural events and attractions.

During the first ten years of independence the city has become a tourist attraction center. It is, therefore, not surprising that during these ten years the number of tourists has consistently increased and at the same time tourist infrastructure and services have been developed.

Vilnius, as the capital of Lithuania, is the home of the President, the Seimas, the Government and the Supreme Court. Diplomatic missions, educational, cultural, financial, research, and healthcare institutions are based here.

Lithuania is a green and flat land in the north of Europe, ashore the Baltic Sea. It is one of three Baltic countries, and shares borders with Latvia, Byelorussia, Poland and Russia (Kaliningrad). The country is full of preserved natural landscapes, woods, lakes and rivers, and has an unique sea side, with Curonian split, a sandy peninsula, isolating the Curonian sea from the Baltic sea.

Though Lithuania was mentioned already in 1009, now it is a young republic, trying to recover from a grinding occupation of Soviet Union. The independence was retrieved only in 1990, but the history of Lithuanian statehood started already in XIII century, when Mindaugas, the first and only kind of our country, gained the crown. The history of Lithuania is erratic, full of mighty victories and severe events. Today’s Lithuania is a small country, but in historical maps you can find it the biggest country in the Europe, or not existing at all. Today the country, still under impact of 50 years soviet occupation, tries to blend into the economic and cultural space of Europe Union.

As one of the countries in Europe, baptized at the latest, Lithuania preserved much of pagan traditions, and folk traditions are still alive in villages. The cultural life prospers in all the bigger cities.



Conference Venue




Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), a public institution, is an international university located in Northern Europe. Each year the University admits a large number of creative and talented young people.

Receptive to change, promoting intellectually stimulating studies and focused on consistent research activities, Mykolas Romeris University contributes to the development of a well-rounded personality: a mature, enterprising and independent future leader and a responsible citizen.

The University has almost 18,000 students who stand out as highly-motivated and enthusiastic about their chosen field of studies. The study programmes are continuously renewed and updated, responding to the needs of society and providing young people with knowledge and skills necessary to build a successful career.

Mykolas Romeris University promotes international activities and is proud of its participation in research on European and international levels. The University actively cooperates with international organizations, encourages students’ and lecturers’ mobility, takes part in international research projects, as well as implements and creates joint study programmes, enabling students to acquire double or triple degrees. University students, lecturers and research staff have become part of a uniform international studies and research system, where all partners strive to deliver success.

The 2014-2015 academic year at Mykolas Romeris University has begun with introducing not only updated study curricula, but also a particularly relevant priority – promoting entrepreneurship across all study programmes.

MRU promotes internationalization on all levels of its activities. It actively cooperates with international organizations and partners abroad, encourages students’ and lecturers’ mobility. MRU implements and further develops joint study programmes enabling students to acquire integrated international study experience and joint or double degrees (diplomas).

Mykolas Romeris University encourages dialogue between individuals, who value different viewpoints and treat each other with respect. Undoubtedly, such an environment contributes to everyone’s intellectual development and well-being.

 For International Students the University offers Bachelor, Master and Doctoral study programmes in English language in the field of Social Sciences.

Note this: My oldest son attended Mykolas Romeris University for his masters degree in the Social Sciences as part of an exchange program between Erasmus University College and Mykolas Romeris University. When I attended the IACLPM 2015 we were able to spend some quality time together. I even took him to hear the keynote speaker, Toma Birmontiene. Over dinner one evening, we were discussing whether he wanted to remain in academia and pursue a doctorate's degree or look for a job upon graduation with his masters degree. Our discussion was wide ranging and I don't even remember how we ended up discussing what one of his cousins, Daan was doing. Daan was in the US working for a large e commerce site that sold wholesale janitorial, restaurant, and office supplies, along with technology products and office furniture. My son commented that his mother, who is always looking for the best bulk deals would probably email Daan to find out what he thought was the best wholesale price garbage bags available. I doubt that she would be able to order them since I believed the company only shipped in the US. However....and then I revealed that I had been offered a job which would require us to move to the US. I was seriously considering accepting the offer. So when we moved to the US, his mother could order all her cleaning supplies, paper products and garbage bags from the company Daan worked for. Update: We did move to New York City and my wife actually does order from CleanItSupplies when Daan works. LOL.



Prof. Toma Birmontiene, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

Toma Birmontiene is a professor at Mykolas Romeris University teaching, constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, and other topics for many years. In 1979 she graduated  cum laude ( Master of Law) from Faculty of Law, Vilnius university. In January1989 she acquired PhD in law in M. Lomonosov Moscow  State University. She is co-author of many scientific studies and textbooks  and author of many articles on different subjects  of constitutional law,  human rights law and health law. Professor BirmontienÄ— has held a number of visiting lectureships at various European universities, prepared different study programmes, extensively published on numerous issues of human rightswomen’s rights, the guarantees of social rights, as well as on the issues of compatibility between international and national law.In 2005–2014 she delivered presentations in a number of international conferences on constitutional law organized by European Constitutional Courts (Tribunals). From 1997 till 2011 she was member of Editorial Board of the European Journal of Health Law. Since 2011 she is a chairperson of the Editorial Board of the bulletin of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania “KonstitucinÄ—juriprudencija”.

Professor BirmontienÄ— possesses considerable judicial experience. She served a nine-year tenure as a justice of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania (03 2005–03 2014).In the position of a justice of the Constitutional Court.

Following the restoration of the statehood of the Republic of Lithuania, Professor Toma BirmontienÄ— extensively dealt with the questions of legal reform and human rights while working in different positions.From July 2004 – March 2005, she was an adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania, Head of the Legal Department of the Office of the President of the Republic.  In 1995–2004, as the Director of the Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights, she tackled the problems of human rights during the transitional period and the period of accession to the European Union.

Professor BirmontienÄ— held various positions at different organizations. From 2003 till 2004, she was  a member of the Lithuanian Science Awards Commission. In 1998–2003, working as a member of the International Commission for the Evaluation of the Crimes of the Nazi and Soviet Occupation Regimes in Lithuania. In addition, she was a member of the working group formed for the analysis on lustration. From 1997 till 2001 she was a Vice-chairperson of the Lithuanian Lawyers’ Association,in 1994, the executive secretary of the Lithuanian Lawyers’ Association.

Professor BirmontienÄ— was engaged in drafting various Lithuanian legal acts concerning the right of access to information, the right to petition, referendum. She actively participated in establishing the legal framework of and a new approach to Lithuanian health law and contributed to consolidating the priority of the principle of human rights in the field of healthcare. She worked as a drafter of the national laws on the patients’ rights biomedical research, mental health care and other.

Prof. Mindaugas Jurkynas,  Vytautas Magnus university,Lithuania


2006 PhD in political science, Institute of Political Science and International Relations at Vilnius University

1995-1998: Studies of political science at Oslo University

1995: University diploma in International Relations, Institute of Political Science and International Relations at Vilnius University,

1994: Bachelor diploma Faculty of History, Vilnius University 


March 2013 – up-to-date, Vytautas Magnus university, Faculty of Political Science anfd Diplomacy, Department of Regional Studies, (Professor, full time)

March 2013 – up-to-date, Mykolas Romeris university, Faculty of Strategic Management and Policy, Institute of Political Science (Professor, part time)

2007 January – January 2013: Vilnius University, Institute of Political Science and International Relations (Associate Professor, full time)

2009 September – January 2013, Mykolas Romeris university, Faculty of Strategic Management and Policy Institute of Political Science, (Associate Professor, part time) 

2006 September – 2008 December: Vilnius University, Institute of Political Science and International Relations (Lecturer, part time) 

2006 September – 2008 December:  Foreign policy and national security adviser to the Prime Minister of Lithuania (full time) 

1998 September – 2006 September: Vilnius University, Institute of Political Science and International Relations (Lecturer, full time) 

2002 September – 2004 June: Balt SeaNet Research Fellow and Visiting Lecturer at Humboldt University in Berlin (full time) 

1995 March - August: Desk officer at the North European Division, Lithuanian Foreign Ministry (full time).





Organizer of the International Academic Conference on Law, Politics and Management is the International Institute for Academic Development in partnership with Mykolas Romeris University

The mission of the International Institute for Academic Development is to offer competitive international educational opportunities of lifelong learning for students, faculties and other professionals.  The International Institute for Academic development offers a full range of academic events (conferences, summer/winter schools, trainings), publishing opportunities and other services. We hope our events and services will be an ideal platform for professionals to exchange ideas, experiences, to establish business or research relations and to find partners for future collaboration.

The Institute exists to help academic people by providing them with quality opportunities to develop the professional skills and attributes necessary to advance professionally. The Institute builds partnerships with other educational institutions, community organizations, government agencies, and the private sector to achieve the goals and impact the world.

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About Lithuania


Official language– Lithuanian, which is the member of Baltic language group (other 2 members are Latvian, and dead Prussian language). It is the most archaic language from all the Indo-European languages.


The currency of Lithuania Republic is Euro


Geographical situation:

Lithuania is a state in Northern Europe

Neighboring countries:

Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and Russia


  • Announced on 16 February 1918
  • Restored on 11 March 1990

Form  of Government:

Parliamentary democracy

Head of State:

  • President - Dalia GrybauskaitÄ— (since 12 July 2014)
  • Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Algirdas ButkeviĬćius - Prime Minister since 13 December 2012)
  • Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania (Loreta GraužinienÄ— - Speaker of the Seimas since 3 October 2013)

International membership:

  • NATO member since 29 March, 2004
  • Member of European Union since 1 May, 2004

Largest cities (number of inhabitants):

  • Vilnius (538 700)
  • Kaunas (307 500)
  • KlaipÄ—da (158 900)
  • Šiauliai (106 800)
  • Panevėžys (97 600)

Administrative division:

  • The territory of Lithuania is divided into 10 counties.
  • Counties are subdivided into 60 municipalities.
  • Municipalities consist of 546 elderships

Ethnic composition (%):

  • Lithuanians: 84.2
  • Poles: 6.6
  • Russians: 5.8
  • Belorussians: 1.2
  • Other: 2.2

The total number of nationalities living in Lithuania is 154


Most Lithuanians belong to Roman Catholic Church. There are also Eastern Orthodox, Evangelical Lutheran, Reformed Church, Eastern Orthodox, Judaism, Islam and other religions.

Life expectancy:

  • Average life expectancy in Lithuania is 73.7 year
  • Average female life expectancy  is 79.1 year
  • Average male life expectancy  is 68.1 year


Lithuania is a flat land with plains covering approximately 75% of the country


Ranges between maritime and continental. The average temperatures are +19°C in July and -3°C in January.


Whole shore is 90 km long. The most unique part of seaside is the Curonian split – the peninsula, which starts in Kaliningrad and creates the Curonian sea.


Biggest lakes in Lithuania:

  1.  DrÅ«kšiai – 44,8 sq. km
  2.  Dysnai – 24 sq. km
  3.  Dusia – 23,3 sq. km


Total length of rivers in Lithuania is 76 800 km. Longest rivers:

  1.  Nemunas – 475 km in Lithuania (total 937)
  2.  NÄ—ris - 234 km (510)
  3.  Venta – 161 km (343)


Forests and bushes cover 30 percent of area. The biggest forests are:

  1. Dainava wood – 1450 sq. km
  2.  Labanoras wood – 911 sq. km
  3.  Kazlų RÅ«da forest – 587 sq. km


Lithuania is the country of flat lands, they cover about 75 percents of country. The highest hills (above the sea lever):

  1.  Aukštasis kalnas – 293,8 m
  2.  JuozapinÄ— – 293,6 m
  3.  KruopinÄ— – 293,4 m

Administrative division:

Lithuania is divided in 10 counties, that are subdivided into 60 municipalities. Municipalities are devided into 546 townships.


The biggest cities in Lithuania:

  1.  Vilnius – 541 824 pop.
  2.  Kaunas – 360 637 pop.
  3.  KlaipÄ—da – 187 316 pop.

National holidays:

1st of January, New years
16th of Februrary, Independence Day
11th of March, Restoration of Independence
Easter (Sunday and the following Monday)
1st of May, Labour Day
First Sunday of May, Mother's Day
24th of June, Midsummer Festival
6th of July, Coronation of King Mindaugas
15th of August, Assumption Day
1st of November, All Saints' Day
25th-26th of December, Christmas