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Doctoral Workshop in European Law

Dates:
  • Tue 06 Mar 2018 11.00 - 13.00
  Add to Calendar 2018-03-06 11:00 2018-03-06 13:00 Europe/Paris Doctoral Workshop in European Law

6 Credits 6 credit workshop taught over 4-6 sessions plus a full-day workshop. Open to 2nd , 3rd, 4th years. Maximum 8 researchers, working in fields of EU law, ECHR and comparative European public & private law. Participants must register for the workshop as for other seminars. The Workshop will take the form of a series of 4-6 two-hour sessions during the second and third terms with the aim of discussing and helping researchers to improve a draft paper they are working on, culminating in a one day workshop with invited external participants where the papers will be presented and discussed. Our aim is to help you to refine and sharpen your arguments and how you present them, so as to improve your writing skills, and also to give you practice in critiquing the work of others. Participants commit to the following: - Submission of a draft paper of maximum 5000 words by 30 January 2018. This may be (part of) a chapter of your thesis. It should be comprehensible as a self-standing piece but not necessarily intended as a publishable free-standing paper. Please include at the beginning an explanation (maximum one page) of how the draft paper fits into the overall thesis project. This will be the basis of comment and revision with a view to presentation of a revised draft at a one-day workshop in May. - Reading the draft papers of fellow participants, and preparing oral comments as a discussant to two such papers during the workshop sessions. - Attending each of the workshop sessions and the one day final workshop.

Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle DD/MM/YYYY
  Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle

6 Credits 6 credit workshop taught over 4-6 sessions plus a full-day workshop. Open to 2nd , 3rd, 4th years. Maximum 8 researchers, working in fields of EU law, ECHR and comparative European public & private law. Participants must register for the workshop as for other seminars. The Workshop will take the form of a series of 4-6 two-hour sessions during the second and third terms with the aim of discussing and helping researchers to improve a draft paper they are working on, culminating in a one day workshop with invited external participants where the papers will be presented and discussed. Our aim is to help you to refine and sharpen your arguments and how you present them, so as to improve your writing skills, and also to give you practice in critiquing the work of others. Participants commit to the following: - Submission of a draft paper of maximum 5000 words by 30 January 2018. This may be (part of) a chapter of your thesis. It should be comprehensible as a self-standing piece but not necessarily intended as a publishable free-standing paper. Please include at the beginning an explanation (maximum one page) of how the draft paper fits into the overall thesis project. This will be the basis of comment and revision with a view to presentation of a revised draft at a one-day workshop in May. - Reading the draft papers of fellow participants, and preparing oral comments as a discussant to two such papers during the workshop sessions. - Attending each of the workshop sessions and the one day final workshop.


Location:
Sala dei Levrieri - Villa Salviati- Castle

Affiliation:
Department of Law

Type:
Workshop

Organiser:
Prof. Joanne Scott (EUI - Law Department)
Prof. Deirdre Curtin (EUI - Law Department)
Prof. Bruno de Witte (EUI - Law Department)
Prof. Urska Sadl (EUI - Law Department)

Contact:
Olga Lupu (EUI - Law) - Send a mail

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