What do American and European administrative law have in common? How do they differ? And what might Americans and Europeans learn from each other?

These questions were on the mind of Prof. Przyemyslaw Ostojski when he visited the Gray Center this year. As a professor at the Academy of Justice in Warsaw and a prosecutor in the Republic of Poland’s Attorney General’s Office, he is an expert on Polish and European Administrative Law; he visited America to continue his comparative research, which culminated in a recent book on European and American administration.

But he also is looking at comparisons within the European Union. In 2021 and 2022 he served in an ongoing research project for reforming Polish and Hungarian governance. The project is the Polish-Hungarian Research Platform, organized by the Institute of Justice in Warsaw and the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law in Budapest. You can find more information about its work here and here.

In today’s episode, Adam White asks Prof. Ostojski about his research and his experience in America. They both enjoyed the conversation, as always, and we hope you will, too.

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