This year, the EUI's Academy of European Law has awarded diplomas to four participants of the 2023 summer courses on 'Human Rights Law' and 'The Law of the European Union.'
The Academy has awarded the diploma in Human Rights Law to Germain Haumont, Research Assistant at the Interdisciplinary Center of Administrative and Constitutional Law of the Université Saint-Louis. The diploma in The Law of the European Union was awarded to Laia Roxane Guardiola, Researcher and Teaching Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Zurich, as well as to Paolo Mazzotti, Research Fellow and PhD candidate at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, and to Arianna Tanganelli, Communications and Outreach Intern at UCL European Institute.
Each year, the AEL organises two summer courses, offering a stimulating learning experience to researchers and law practitioners coming from a variety of countries, and from 36 different nationalities. The 2023 courses in 'Human Rights Law' and 'The Law of the European Union' were held in hybrid format, and focused respectively on equality and disability in international law, and on revisiting the fundamentals of EU Law.
Although largely based on the topics covered in the courses, the diploma exam requires an advanced knowledge of the field and only those participants who demonstrate an excellent analysis of the subject matter are awarded the diploma.
Next year, the two Academy summer courses will take place from 17 to 28 June 2024. The application process will open in early February 2024.
For more information, consult the AEL webpage.