Summer Courses: Law of the EU / Human Rights Law

These 2-week advanced-level courses offer a challenging and stimulating learning experience in one of Europe’s most prestigious institutions.

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European Society of International Law

The Academy of European Law hosts the Secretariat of the European Society of International Law / Société européenne de droit international (ESIL-SEDI).

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The publications programme includes the Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law series published by Oxford University Press.

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Research Projects

The Academy coordinates several research projects, and organizes conferences, workshops and symposia linked to the projects. Most recent project: the Court of Justice in the Archives.

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Academy of European Law

The Academy of European Law (AEL) was founded in 1990 by the late Professor Antonio Cassese and Professor Joseph H.H. Weiler to promote teaching and scholarship in the fields of European Union Law and Human Rights Law.

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

Current directors of the Academy: Neha Jain, Claire Kilpatrick, Sarah Nouwen, Joanne Scott

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A closer look at the artifacts in Antonio Cassese's private archives

The inventory of the Antonio Cassese fonds, deposited at the Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) in May 2015, was enriched with a new Artifacts series. The various objects present in the fonds were inventoried item-by-item, and digitised for their long-term preservation and public access.

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Researchers explore the limits of judicial cooperation in Europe

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Europe, the Cold War and the global stage

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EUI Law alumna Marta Cartabia appointed Italian Minister of Justice

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Academy of European Law (EUI): Summer Courses in Florence

Distinguished Lecture 2019: Christine Chinkin, Human Rights and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

Distinguished Lecture 2019: Gerard Hogan, Rethinking Francovitch and Marleasing: Is there a connection?

Academy of European Law

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Via Bolognese 156 - 50139 Firenze

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