Zagreb – Law & Business
ELSA Zagreb is proud to present you the 6th edition of our Winter ELSA Law School on Law & Business, which will take place from the February 25 - March 3, 2024.
The city of Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, located on the historical border between the East and West of Europe. It embodies Europe's continental and Mediterranean spirit and does so best through its monuments, architecture, countless cafes, bars, and restaurants. Surrounded by lively parks, the serene flow of the Sava River, and the scenic Mount Medvednica, Zagreb presents a harmonious blend of urban charm and natural beauty.
The 6th edition of our Winter ELSA Law School is an incredible learning opportunity for young lawyers and law students interested in various topics related to law in the business world. The interplay between law and business has never been more intricate in today's globalized landscape. Through a carefully curated series of lectures, workshops, and interactive discussions led by esteemed faculty and industry experts, you will gain not only theoretical knowledge but also practical insights into the challenges and opportunities at the intersection of Law & Business.
Aside from the rich academic programme, our Winter ELSA Law School offers a variety of fun social activities that will make your stay in Zagreb worth remembering! From visits to museums to lively bars and activities that celebrate the spirit of Zagreb, our programme ensures you'll gain a profound appreciation for the city's unique identity. Furthermore, you will have many opportunities to get to know the other participants and their culture as well as to create life-long friendships!
ELSA member from a non-favoured country - 375€
Member of a Partner Organisation - 420€
ELSA Alumni - 430€
Non ELSA member - 460€
Two-way Airport transfer - 30€
WELS Hoodie - 35€
Visit to Plitvice Lakes National Park - 35€
Our Winter ELSA Law School is designed to bridge the gap between the two disciplines, providing you with invaluable insights into the legal complexities that govern the business world. Prepare to engage in stimulating conversations, analyze real-world case studies, and sharpen your analytical and problem-solving skills!
Here is the draft Academic Programme (subject to change):
- None (arrivals)
- The Basic Notion and Characteristics of Shares
- Trends and Recent Developments in Mergers & Acquisitions
- Ethical and Legal Challenges in Patenting Emerging Technologies
- Copyrights and How to Draft a Copyright Agreement
- Corporate Sustainability Strategy and Implementation
- Corporate Governance and Whistleblower Protection
- Digital Markets and Antitrust Challenges
- Contract Drafting for Startups
- Financial Innovations and Regulatory Challenges
- Structure and the Work of Central Banks (Visit to the Croatian National Bank)
- None (Social/Cultural Programme)
- None (departures)