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Summer School: Legal Theory
During the month of September a summer course in Legal Theory will be
organized at the law faculty of the University of Catania (Sicily). As
a matter of fact, the interest in legal theory is growing, and
therefore it seemed important to us to organize this activity for
young students and scholars.
The summer course takes place from 3 until 13 September by the newly
established Erasmus Academy for Legal Theory, an initiative arising
from the Brussels Academy for Legal Theory. The purpose is to initiate
young scholars and students in important fields of legal theory, such
as Law and Economics, Theory of Contract Law, History of Legal
Philosophy, Law and Politics, and many others. In addition to that, we
organize sessions where participants can join discussions and present
their own research projects and results. This event is made possible
by the joint efforts of the Erasmus Academy for Legal Theory and the
European Constitutional Network (ECONET).
The working language is English. There are no other special
requirements as to education or specialization. The morning sessions
are reserved for teaching, the afternoon sessions will focus on
discussion in working groups giving the occasion to participants to
present their own work.
From this perspective we should like to ask your cooperation in
spreading this information at your university, encouraging young
students and scholars to join us in this new and particularly
interesting event. In case you are interested to participate yourself
in the organization of this or new events, please tell us so.
The price for this event is 400 covering tuition, room and board,
around the faculty. Transportation is to be added to that, though the
costs are rather low because of the low season prices.
When you or your students send an email to one of us, you will receive
the practical arrangements. The program is attached to this message.
It is however subject to minor changes.
We would be grateful if you helped us spreading this message, and
encourage your students to participate in it.
Wojciech Cyrul (Jagiellonian University/Krakow -
Pasquale Policastro (University of Szczecin and Salerno
Luc J Wintgens (European Academy for Legal Theory/University of
Brussels and Paris - Luc.email@example.com)
Mauro Zamboni (University of Stockholm/University of Bremen -
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