Prague Summer Schools are bringing together students from all over the world for week-long courses. The focus is on current developments using state-of-the-art research. Students can choose from a broad range of disciplines within social, economic and political sciences, including a Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology, and a Summer School on European Politics: Intersts vs. Culture.
The Institute for U.S. Law is academic and research institute in Washington D.C. working to export the best of the U.S. legal tradition and to promote the rule of law. Its summer school programme "U.S. Legal Methods: Introduction to U.S. Law," is an intensive academic and professional certificate program, which will provide an unique U.S. legal education in the legal capital of the United States, Washington D.C. with leading professors and practitioners of U.S. Law.
The Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network of the Society of International Economic is inviting submissions for their 6th Conference, which will be held in Tilburg, the Netherlands on April 20-21, 2017.
The Editors of the Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) and the Conference Convenors welcome submissions for the Cambridge International and European Law Conference 2017, which will be held in the Faculty of Law, Cambridge on March 23-24, 2017.
The Open Society Fellowship was founded in 2008 to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges. The fellowship funds work that will enrich public understanding of those challenges and stimulate far-reaching and probing conversations within the Open Society Foundations and in the world. For that reason, it invites proposal applications relevant to Human Rights, by March 1st, 2017.
The University of Michigan Law School is inviting submissions for its 3rd Annual Michigan Law Young Scholars' Conference, which will be held on March 31–April 1, 2017. The aim of the conference is to allow junior law scholars to present their work and receive feedback from Michigan Law School faculty, while promoting collaboration between participants.
The UCL Centre for Ethics and Law is hosting an one day conference on Bank Resolution regimes. This event will focus on the ‘evolution of international and national regulatory bank resolution frameworks that were created following the 2007 global financial crisis with a view to ensuring that when banks fail they do so in an orderly manner’, bringing together academics, practitioners and regulators to discuss different perspectives in establishing a bank resolution regime: from recent reforms that are aimed at completing the regime to lessons learned from past bank failures.