is happy to announce the launch of a new Summer Schools Project!

After the success of the Masters Abroad rubric, and given the great amount of interest our readers have shown in Opportunities, the Legal Research team has decided to create a new rubric with a special focus on summer schools.

The aim is to give our readers valuable information on law-related summer courses all over Europe. Our articles are specifically designed to bring into focus the most important aspects of each summer school, including their academic content, tuition fees, accommodation information, application deadlines and documents.

If you’re a student at any level interested in spending your summer in a productive way, keep an eye on our new articles, which as always will be published on our website and promoted through our social media. Since we seek to provide you with the most up-to-date information for each programme and help you make an informed choice, we will be prioritising articles based on each programme's deadline to make sure you won't miss any. If there is a programme which you wish us to research earlier, however, feel free to email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You can browse all summer schools here, so make sure to come back each week for new articles.

Here is a small sneak peak of what we have published so far:

Tilburg University Summer School on Technical Standards and the Law: For those who want to understand limitations and possibilities of emerging technologies in our techno-driven society, the understanding of dynamics of technical standardisation and its complex legal aspects is highly relevant. Make sure to apply before March 30, 2017 for the early bird fee!

University of Vienna Summer School on International and European Studies: The programme offers high level European Studies courses in the morning and German language courses in the afternoon. Apply before March 31, 2017 if you wish to be considered for a scholarship.

Leiden University Summer School on International Criminal Law, From Theory to Practice: This training course offers a unique opportunity to learn from influential and well-known academics from Leiden University and practitioners from the International Courts and Tribunals in The Hague. Apply before April 1, 2017 for the early bird fee!

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