Coordination Center for Foreign Law Schools
Who are we?
The aim of OKSPO (Ośrodek Koordynacyjny Szkół Praw Obcych) is to internationalize university cooperation, research foreign legal systems and provide high quality didactics. This unique unit was founded in 2000 by Prof. Fryderyk Zoll and later governed by Prof. Krzysztof Wojtyczek (2010-2012) and Prof. Krzysztof Oplustil (2012-2018). Since 2018, OKSPO is led by Prof. Piotr Szwedo.
Faculty of Law and Administration was one of the first units of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków – it has played a major part in JU’s academic activities since its establishment in 1364. It is consistently praised for its top quality of research and didactics.
Founded in 1364, the Jagiellonian University is the oldest and most prestigious university in Poland, as well as one of the oldest universities in Europe. It remains the best university in Poland, with numerous achievements of both students and researchers. Nearly 40 000 students, over 2 600 academics, more than 150 degree courses, and 16 faculties – the Jagiellonian University is a perfect place for interdisciplinary research.