Warren Bennis, a true pioneer of modern leadership studies stated: “Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality”. This has been the purpose and target of the Message to Europeans 3.0 project by launching a series of events across Europe within the framework of the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union; to bring together young individuals from all over our European Union; to let their voices be heard and their ideas be exchanged, inspired and advance throughout. After the grounding phase for Student Leaders in Warsaw, the second world capital to serve as a venue for the initiative was Budapest, Hungary.

Regulation 2016/679 (EU), widely known as the General Data Protection Regulation, entered into force two years after its adoption, on May 25, 2018. However, it is a fact that most companies were not prepared for the changes the GDPR brings into personal data processing- changes that affect small business and large internet companies equally. What is more, the GDPR's effects are visible for law practitioners and students as well; as those will be the ones that will be called forth to ensure a company' compliance with the Regulation. Three months after its entry into force, we've asked eight lawyers, scholars and students to share their experience of the Regulation's advantages and disadvantages

The European Law Moot Court Competition was a success for the first team to ever compete on behalf of Babeș-Bolyai University. The Regional Finals took place in Belgrade, 8-11 February 2018. Dora Bidică, Maria Neștiut, Dorin Giurgi and Cristian Ioan were the four remarkable students that made it to the semi-finals and achieved an impressive result.

We were very glad to have the chance to sit down with them for an interview, and we thank them for the opportunity to get an insight of the moot court and their personal experiences. 

The European Union (EU) has been created and evolved as a strong politico-economic union, designed to put together the powers of the Member States through a system of supranational and intergovernmental decision making (CIA - The World Factbook). However, in order to reach those goals, it was necessary for each of the Member States to make some sacrifices as far as national sovereignty is concerned, in favour of common decisions that involved all Member States. 

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