Posts filed under ‘Foreign Law’
Central European University (CEU), in cooperation with the Total Law Team, announces its Summer course in Advanced European Union Legal Practice. For the eighth consecutive year, the program brings together around 50 participants from all over the world and from diverse legal and policy backgrounds. This course will be held from July 2-14, 2012 at Central European University, Budapest
DESCRIPTION: This advanced course is about the practice of European Union Law. The program combines seminars on selected topics, supporting workshops, and individual/group assignments. Through participation in the course activities and interaction with experienced practitioners and well-known academics sharing their extensive knowledge of EU law and its practical operation, participants will improve their understanding of selected EU legal issues and their economic, social and political contexts. The working language of the course is English.
QUALIFICATIONS: The course is addressed at professionals and academics seeking further credentials in European Union law. It also admits advanced students (students in the final year of their undergraduate studies or post-graduate students), who are seeking to embark on professional or academic careers where an understanding of EU law and policy and their interactions is considered essential. The course is thus particularly relevant to civil servants from EU Member States, candidate and neighboring countries, employees of international organizations (including EU institutions), NGOs, interest groups and lobbyists involved in policy-making in fields affected by EU laws and policies, as well as to those considering such positions.
Topics: International Law; Foreign Law
The Asian Law Institute (ASLI) and the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore will hold the 9th Annual ASLI Conference in Singapore on 31st May and 1st June 2012. The purpose of the annual conference is to bring together scholars of Asian law from within and outside Asia to interact, share ideas and build collegial networks which may facilitate dialogue and research collaborations.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Foreign Law
The Conference will be held July 14-16, 2011 in Beijing, China and the theme will be: Strategies for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development: Poverty Alleviation Approaches, Theories, Applications and Achievements. Papers on topics related to poverty alleviation in sustainable organizational solutions, capacity development, innovations in science and technology, economic and financial applications, social advancement, cultural issues, and accountability are welcome. The submission deadline is May 1, 2010. For more details, go here.
Topics: Calls for Papers; Interdisciplinary Conferences; Technology Law; International Law; Foreign Law
Call For Papers — East Asian Law and Society Conference 2011: Dialects and Dialectics: East Asian Dialogues in Law and Society
Topics: Foreign Law; Calls for Papers
This conference will bring leading experts from different fields, countries, and perspectives together at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study to explore the complex roles of gender in the developing world. Academic scholarship will be interwoven with practical experience as scholars, practitioners, organizers, and political leaders engage with one another in panel sessions on health, education, shifting populations, politics, and technology and media. Discussions will investigate intersections among these topics, crossing boundaries both conceptual and geographic.
This conference will be held Thursday, March 3, 2011–Friday, March 4, 2011 at Radcliffe Gymnasium, 10 Garden Street, Radcliffe Yard, at Harvard University. Registration is required and opens in the spring.
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Topics: Women & The Law; Gender & Sexuality Law; Conferences & Symposia; International Law; Foreign Law