MPI-Researcher received an honorary doctorate from the East European University (EEU) in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Dr. Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich, researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, has received an honorary doctorate from the East European University (EEU) in Tbilisi, Georgia. The conferral ceremony took place at the end of October 2019 in Tbilisi as part of a multi-day conference on "Cross-border crime, money laundering, corruption and the national and international fight against it".
As head of the research project "Transitions from totalitarian to constitutional criminal law - criminal policy tendencies in the successor states of the former Soviet Union", Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich has been observing legal developments in the various regions of the former Soviet Union (today's CIS states: Russia, Georgia, Ukraine, etc.) for many years. She is actively committed to the establishment and maintenance of research networks.
Photo: Dr. David Cherkezishvili, Rector of the EEU, and Dr. Dr. h.c. Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich.