2016 EUI Academy of European Law Summer School
Academy of European Law, European University Institute, Florence
2016 Summer School
The 2016 Summer School on Human Rights Law (20 June – 1 July) comprises a General Course on ‘The Sources of International Human Rights Law’ by Jean d’Aspremont (Professor of Public International Law and Director of the Manchester International Law Centre, University of Manchester; Professor of International Legal Theory, University of Amsterdam), and a series of specialized courses on the topic of ‘The Sources of Human Rights’ by leading scholars from universities all over the world. The Summer School will also include a distinguished lecture on ‘Customary International Law’ by Sir Michael Wood KCMG (Member of the English Bar; Member of the International Law Commission).
The 2016 Summer School on the Law of the European Union (4 July – 15 July) comprises a General Course on ‘The Global Reach of EU Law’ by Joanne Scott (Professor of European Law, University College London), and a series of specialized courses on the topic of ‘The Global Reach of EU Law’ by leading scholars and practitioners in the Law of the European Union. The Summer School will also include a distinguished lecture on ‘The European Union Experiment’ by Neil Walker (Regius Professor of Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations, University of Edinburgh).
Full details of both courses are available on the Academy website.
The application form is available online and the deadline for applications is 4 April 2016.