The 7th edition of the EU Wine Law Summer School is hosted by the University Of Reims School Of Law as part of the Wine & Law Program. This year the Program will focus on Trademarks & Geographical Indications for Wines & Spirits - European, International and Comparative Aspects.
Location: Reims, France
One Session: October 9-14, 2017
Academic Content: Trademarks & Geographical Indications for Wines & Spirits - European, International and Comparative Aspects.
Courses: Introduction to Wine Marketing – Wine, Terroir & Society, Introduction to the European protection of Geographical Indications, Introduction to European Trademark Law, Seminar on European Case-Law related to Trademarks & Geographical Indications, The International System of Protection for GIs and TMs applied in the Wine Sector, GIs and Trademarks for Wines in U.S. Law, Australian GIs and Trademarks in the Wine Sector.
ECTS Credits: n/a
Number of participants: n/a
Tuition Fees: €900 early-bird; € 1500 full fee; full-time students under 30 - € 400 early-bird, 900 € full fee. Fees include tuition, reading material, examination fees, participation to all events (including receptions and graduation dinners).
Accommodation: not included.
The programme is aimed at students studying law, economics, marketing, business administration, oenology, having completed at least three years of study; professionals working in the wine and alcohol beverage industry; researchers of wine issues; and public servants working on relevant questions, from all over the world.
The application process
Deadlines: For an early-bird registration, the completed application form should be received no later than September 22, 2017. Please also note that the sooner you apply the better it is, since once the number of participants is completed, even before the expiration of the early-bird registration period, the Wine & Law Program will not accept any more applications.
Why this summer school?
"During this unique academic Program in the EU, students can also participate on special events, including visits to champagne-related sites, wine tasting, the graduation dinner and the Annual Global Wine Law Lecture, will be organised."
For more information, please visit the official website.