The European Acdemy of Legal Theory cooperates with centers of excellence, platforms & initiatives, and individual scholars in Jurisprudence in Europe and worldwide. Former graduates of the Academy’s Master’s Course in Legal Theory form the EALT Alumni Network.
- The European Academy of Legal Theory counts today more than 200 graduates in the five continents that are spread out in diverse professional domains including legal practice, academia, governmental institutions, international organisations and private entrepreneurship. The EALT Alumni Network aims to foster better communication among graduates, promote exchange of ideas and experiences, share calls and job offers, and organising regular alumni meetings. Faithful to the spirit of the Academy founders, the Alumni network is a step forward in the objective of building bridges, this time among graduates.
- The European Graduate Network in Legal Theory brings together leading academic institutions of Europe to offer Masters and PhDs in jurisprudence and legal theory. The network provides a powerful platform for integrating cutting-edge research developments into MA and PhD programmes, while also assuring participating students of personalized supervision by some of Europe’s leading legal theorists.The Network fosters collaboration between the MA and PhD programmes.
- The EALT Research Network is a network of European and international academic centers of excellence in research in various areas of jurisprudence and legal theory. Next to an ongoing academic dicourse and cooperation in the organisation of academic events among network partners, it allows for research internships for EALT master’s course students at the end of their master studies in the Academy (“3rd term network” of the EALT Master’s Course in Legal Theory). For more information, select the button above.
- Next to established contacts to the IVR and its local sections, the Academy in particular supports initiatives and platforms of young scholars of jurisprudence. One of the related cooperations is carried out with the Central and Eastern European Forum of Legal, Political and Social Theorists (CEEF). For more information, select the button above.