The Academy of European Law (AEL) offers advanced-level summer courses in Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union. It also manages several important research projects and runs a publications programme.

Directors of the Academy: Nehal Bhuta, Marise Cremona, Claire Kilpatrick

Spotlight on the Academy 


Recent Events


Brexit and EU Law - A Panel Discussion


What does Brexit mean for the United Kingdom and for Europe? Six leading European lawyers discuss the implications of the Brexit vote for the UK and for the European Union in a panel discussion at the Academy of European Law’s Summer School on EU Law. They analyse Article 50 TEU, explore a range of exit options and their implications and canvas various ways in which the UK, or parts thereof, might remain in the EU on a new basis. 

Law Summer Courses 2017


  • Human Rights Law: 19 June - 30 June
  • The Law of the European Union: 03 July - 14 July

The programmes of the 2017 courses will be online by the end of 2016. Applications will be accepted from mid-January to mid-March 2017. 

Watch the 2016 Distinguished Lectures online.

 

 

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Technologies of Stateness Workshop

Technologies of Stateness Workshop

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Workshop organized by the Academy of European Law and the New Zealand Centre for Public Law, 15-16 September 2016, Badia Fiesolana
2016 Distinguished Lectures

2016 Distinguished Lectures

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Watch the Academy Summer Course Distinguished Lectures online
 

Page last updated on 26 September 2016