Diclaimer: This teaching module is funded with support from the European Commission (Lifelong Learning Programme, Erasmus Intensive Programmes). This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
The European Academy of Legal Theory participates in the organisation of the Summer School on Law and Logic (LAWGIC), to be held at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, in July 2013 and 2014. The Summer School is jointly hosted by the European University Institute (Florence, Italy) and the Harvard Law School (Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.). It is also sponsored by the University of Vienna (Erasmus Intensive Programme LAWGIC), Cirsfid-University of Bologna (Italy), and the University of Groningen (the Netherlands). Further participating partner universities are: Jagiellonian University Cracow, the Globalisation and Legal Theory PhD Programme (Univ. of Antwerp, Glasgow, Kiel, and Tilburg).
The professors of the Summer School:
Scott Brewer, Henry Prakken, Nino Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor, Bartosz Brozek
Erasmus Intensive Programme Grants for participation in this course are available for students from the following EALT network institutions:
University of Vienna (contact:)
University of Bologna (contact:)
Jagiellonien University of Cracow (contact:)
University of Groningen (contact:)
Globalisation and Legal Theory PdD Programme (contact:)
(Only) Students from these institutions send the application form (download from the box on the right) together with a CV and academic transcripts to their local contact person mentioned above (application deadline: 01 March 2014).
The Erasmus IP grants cover travel to/from Florence (1 return trip for max. EUR 400,-, also depending on the distance between point of departure and Florence), meals (lunches and coffee breaks, 2 social dinners), and tuition (incl. online course materials). Housing reservation and housing cost payment, as well as for any additionbal subsistence costs, has to be made by the selected grant holders themselves (on their own expenses). Successful applicants for the Erasmus IP grant from the above mentioned EALT partner universities have to complete the entire two weeks course (both basic and special course).
Until 15 March 2014, any interested student or legal professional from all over the world can also apply for participation (self funded) directly to EUI by following the application instructions on the official 2014 Law and Logic Summer School website (link in the box on the right)!