Academy of European Law: Summer courses 2020

This summer, the Academy of European Law is offering summer courses in both the Law of the European Union and Human Rights Law. Both courses offer a general course in the area and then five specialised courses, for more details see below.


Law of the European Union:

General Course: The EU’s constitution and European public policies: the law as tool and constraint (Bruno De Witte, Maastricht University and EUI)


Five Specialised Courses:

Revisiting the free movement of persons in EU law (organised by Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott, EUI)


Distinguished Lecturer: Stefaan De Rynck, Senior Advisor to EU, Chief Negotiator for Brexit.



Human Rights Law:

General Course: Reimagining law; Human rights and war (Frédéric Mégret, McGill University)


Five Specialised Courses:

Human rights and conflict resolution (organised by Nehal Bhuta and Rebecca Sutton, Edinburgh Law School)


Distinguished Lecture; Georgette Gagnon, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights


Applications are open. For more info and to apply visit www/eui/.eu/AEL


Dates:

Law of the European Union: 22 June- 3 July 2020

Human Rights Law 6 July- 17 July 2020

Application Deadline: 15th April 2020


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