The Academy of European Law holds two Summer Courses each year, with one course on Human Rights Law and another on the Law of the European Union. The two summer courses - featuring distinguished lectures, a general course, and a series of specialized courses - are open to advanced students of law or related fields, academics, lawyers, and practitioners.
In March 2020, Italy took stringent measures to deal with the spread of COVID-19. The Academy summer courses scheduled to take place in June and July 2020 will not be held at the EUI as planned.
The Law of the European Union course: 22 June - 3 July 2020
The Law of the European Union course will be available online for a very limited number of participants; the course is already full and we cannot accept any new applications.
Human Rights Law course: postponed until July 2021
Applications by EUI Researchers
The Academy of European Law was founded in 1990 by Prof. Antonio Cassese and Prof. Joseph H.H. Weiler, and the annual summer courses promote teaching and scholarship in Human Rights Law and the Law of the European Union Law.