Call for Papers – The Journal of MEF University Faculty of Law

April 20th, 2023|Cooperation|

The Journal of MEF University Faculty of Law is a peer-reviewed journal founded in 2022 and published twice a year (in June and December). The Journal welcomes articles, judgement reviews, translations, and papers in Turkish, English, German, French, and Italian; in the fields of Public Law, Private Law, and/or in other academic disciplines related to these fields. Our goal is to create a free platform based on universal values promoting the understanding of justice and fairness; where the publication of original, creative, and innovative works and academic freedoms are protected with the aim of supporting progress [...]

2022 ELFA Award

April 19th, 2023|Announcement, Award|

The winners of the 2022 ELFA Award were announced at a ceremony held at the Association’s Annual General Meeting and Conference in Lausanne, on 13 April 2023. The names were announced by Jivko Draganov, ELFA Vice-President and member of the Board of Directors, and Laurence Gormley, former ELFA President and coordinator of the ELFA Award. First Prize was awarded to Dr. Sophia Ayada, for her thesis “From contesting gender stereotypes to questionning anti-stereotyping. A critical analysis of the CJEU gender equality jurisprudence”. Dr. Ayada obtained her Doctorate from the European University Institute, in Florence. She is [...]

Bocconi University Summer School 2023

April 17th, 2023|Cooperation|

BOCCONI SUMMER SCHOOL IN LAW 2023 Make your Summer matter with Bocconi Summer School! Dig into International Business and Digital Law, touching up-to-date topics through a multidisciplinary approach with faculty members from a top European University. ONLINE 3 July - 8 July APPLY NOW apply by May 25 Bocconi University Summer School 2023 (Law) Contact Person: laurent manderieux E-Mail: The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students as well as to recent graduates. Either if you already have a legal background and you'd like to deepen your knowledge in the field or if [...]

Call for papers: first international conference of the Jean Monnet module EU Insurance Law: challenges in the SDG era

January 31st, 2023|Cooperation|

The main objective of this annual conference is to create a forum where scholars, practitioners, non-governmental organiSations, third sector and state agencies with an interest in insurance will meet and discuss topics that are of interest to all, with a focus on public policy recommendations: the role of insurance in fostering sustainable development goals. We aim to contribute to the generation of knowledge and raise awareness as to the role of insurance for the equal enjoyment of human rights and the achievement of SDGs, in line with the core values of the European Union. In 2023, this [...]

University of Minho: Interdisciplinary Conference “The Anglo-Portuguese Alliance: Taking Stock of the Past and Envisioning the Future”

July 4th, 2022|Cooperation|

The formal beginning of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance, the oldest diplomatic alliance still in force, is found in three treaties dating from the fourteenth century: the Treaty of Tagilde (10 July 1372), the Treaty of London (16 June 1373), and the Treaty of Windsor (9 May 1386). The Treaty of Tagilde, signed at the Church of São Salvador of Tagilde (Vizela municipality, Braga district), by D. Ferdinand I of Portugal and the representatives of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster and son of Edward III of England, is considered the preamble of the alliance that remains in [...]

University of Banja Luka: International Scientific Conference “Challenges and Perspectives of the Development of the Legal Systems in the 21st Century”

June 28th, 2022|Cooperation|

The Faculty of Law of the University of Banja Luka organises the II International Scientific Conference on "Challenges and Perspectives for the Development of Legal Systems in the 21 st Century". The Conference is organised under the auspices of the International Chair in Bioethics, and it will be held in the premises of the Faculty of Law of the University of Banja Luka, on the 15th and 16th of September 2022. Participants who will not be able to attend the Conference and present their papers in the premises of the Faculty of Law are enabled to [...]

Università degli Studi dell’Insubria: Summer School In Como, July 18-22 2022 – Environmental Law, Sustainability And Circular Economy

June 24th, 2022|Cooperation|

Università degli Studi dell'Insubria Since 2003, the Interuniversity Research Centre for Comparative Law organizes annually a Summer School in Comparative Law, with classes given in English by Italian and foreign professors. Over the years the Summer School has been focusing on both general topics and monographic themes. The project also sets itself the task of offering to undergraduate students, PhD students as well as to professionals an opportunity to reflect on issues related to intercultural dialogue. In organizing the Summer School we collaborated with Baton Rouge Louisiana State University (Louisiana-USA), the William S. Boyd School of [...]

EJLE Annual Conference

June 21st, 2022|Announcement|

The European Journal of Legal Education (EJLE), is presenting at the annual conference of the European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) in Brescia, Italy, on 14 July 2022. The following Editorial Board members are presenting: Greta Bosch and Izabela Krasnicka will introduce a session on the editorial process, Nigel Duncan will introduce a session on the peer review process, and Laurence Gormley and Elaine Hall (IJCLE) will lead a session focussed on academic support for early career researchers. This will be of particular value to those whose research explores non-traditional areas of work. Details of [...]

Third issue of the European Journal of Legal Education

May 26th, 2022|Announcement|

"It is a genuine pleasure to introduce this third issue of the European Journal of Legal Education (EJLE). As I reflect on this past year since our second issue and wonder how we can make legal education work best, two things come to mind. Firstly, the pandemic will change the way we educate. The crisis has been painful for all, staff and students alike, but from it changes will emerge and these will help improve the way we teach and the way we learn. Secondly, the pandemic forced an uptake in technology which, too, will benefit [...]

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