It is time for an ELSA Law School to come to Munich, the beautiful city not only known for its beer and the legendary Oktoberfest, but also a place representing the most prestigious law firms and one of the most distinguished law faculties in Germany.
This summer, the ELSA Munich Law School
will offer you the opportunity to enrich your legal knowledge on Competition Law as well as to spend an amazing week with like-minded people from all over Europe and build lasting relationships.
As a participant of the ELSA Munich Law School, you will get the chance to take part in legal events and engage in workshops led by experienced lawyers, professors and experts. We want to create an interactive dialogue between people from all over Europe, bringing together different perspectives on typical challenges of Competition Law, and help you to develop an informed opinion on contemporary issues of competition law with your new knowledge.
Equally as important, you will be able to explore the enchanting city of Munich. You will be entertained by the many activities that our social events agenda holds for you, so you can get to know each other and the best spots in the city, try its delicious, traditional German food and relax in its beautiful English Garden. Besides that, you will have the chance to enjoy the great nightlife of Munich in the best clubs, bars and rooftops.
We are delighted to welcome you into an international team, engaging with people from all over the world. Do not miss the chance to take part in this unique experience!
We are waiting for you!
Maximum participation fees
ELSA Members from non-favoured countries: €350
ELSA Members from favoured countries: €315
ELSA Alumni: €400
Non ELSA Members: €420
Maximum extra fees
Gala ball: €50
Transfer from/to expectable point of arrival: €25
Extra Nights: €40
A&O Hostel, Munich
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Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
‘Competition law is law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies’ – Martyn D. Taylor ‘International Competition Law: a New Dimension for the WTO?’ (2006 Cambridge University Press)
DAY 1 – Introduction
- Introduction – A preview of the week’s academic programme will be given by the lecturers which will ensure basic knowledge among the participants for the upcoming week.
DAY 2 – Competition Law in Europe
- We will have a closer look at how European competition law promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Union by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society.
DAY 3 – Case Study from an Industry Sector
- After looking into and learning a lot of background information and basic knowledge, we will have a look into a case study and we will attempt to get a practical understanding of the topic.
DAY 4 – Innovation and IP Law
- Generally put, ‘innovation’ is the development of a new idea and putting it into practice. We will have a look at the combination of this, IP Law and of course how this fits with IP Law.
DAY 5 – Digital Markets
- Next we will have an even deeper look and go a step further. How do digital markets play into all of this?
The topics are subject to change and the list of speakers will be available soon.