Wrocław – International Trade

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Are you interested in international trade? Have you ever wondered about current relations between China and the European Union? Have you ever wondered if european market is threatened by Chinese deluge? Would you like to take part in moot court competition, expand your knowledge, improve your skills and have a great fun at the same time? Would you like to spend a wonderful week in the company of exceptional people from all over Europe in one of the most beautiful cities in Poland?

On behalf of  ELSA Wrocław we present ELSA Wrocław Law School on International Trade. It is going to be the second edition of the project. We have chosen the matter of international legal regulations regarding international trade, aiming to combine law with business.  Law school will be focused on trade relations between European Union and China as well as its growing role in EU policy. During that time we shall provide diversity of academic activities - from lectures starting, through workshops and trainings, on simulations ending.

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Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 350€
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
Alumni/Member of a Partner Organisation/Non-Member - 350€
Maximum extra fees
Galaball - 50€
Wrocław, Poland
B&B Hotel Wrocław Centrum, Wrocław
Number of participants
Date of arrival
Date of departure
Academic Partner
University of Wrocław
Academic Programme

ELSA Wrocław Law School on International Trade will tackle the wide scope of issues concerning EU-China relations. Lectures and workshops will be held by scholars, practising lawyers, experts in law, economics and international relations.

Our academic programme will focus on EU- China bilateral trade and investment treaties, trade defense measures and EU regulations implementing defense policy. In 2016 the Accession Protocol of People’s Republic of China has expired, however EU still has not recognised China as market economy, that led to China’s complaint to WTO. Above case would be analysed and possible solutions would be discussed during 2 lectures.

On another day debate would be held, that will deliberate the future of EU-China relations in reference to 2020 Strategic Agenda for Cooperation. One-day preparation with experts precedes the moot court.  Such a competition gives an outstanding opportunity to put the knowledge into practice, cooperate and compete in teams, as well as to develop soft skills.

DAY 1 (Monday, 16th July)

  • Opening lecture on EU – China Investment Relation. Foreign Direct Investments
  • Lecture on EU-China Bilateral Treaties and EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) 
  • Lecture on EU-China Bilateral Treaties and EU-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA) 

DAY 2 (Tuesday, 17th July)

  • Lecture on EU Trade defense policy – key points
  • Lecture on Implementation of these measures in EU-China relations EU Anti-dumping Legislation
  • Workshop on China’s complaint to WTO after the expiry of the Accession Protocol of PRC over anti-dumping measures imposed by EU.

DAY 3 (Wednesday, 18th July)

  • Workshop on Art of arguing – how to prepare for moot court?
  • Debate on EU-China relations – opportunities and threats.

DAY 4  (Thursday, 19th July)

  • Moot court preparation

DAY 5 (Friday, 20th July)

  • Moot court competition