Timisoara – European Law


The event will fathom the theme of European Law and its purpose is to overcome the barriers of the City and even of the country, by giving everyone the opportunity to discover "The Current Challenges to European Law", and in addition to that, to be a part of it. The complexity of this Summer ELSA Law School will keep the boredom at ease, combining both the practical and the theoretical part led by specialists from every chosen domain, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs. Furthermore, this event will blend together the formal and social part, keeping at the same time a fine delineation between the academic programme, cultural activities and parties.

If you are looking to unveil more about the European Law or at least it aroused your curiosity, clear your schedule for 16-23 August 2020, because you're invited to the first Summer ELSA Law School on European Law, organised by ELSA Timișoara.

Taking place in one of the most beautiful cities in Romania, that brings together the outstanding architecture which is presented throughout the day and the night life during our most enjoyable parties. Our speakers are eager to meet you.

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Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 340€
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 310€
Alumni of ELSA – 320€
Members of a partner organisation – 360€
Non-member - 370€
Maximum extra fees
Gala Ball - 40€
Two-way airport/bus station/train station transfer - 20€
SELS T-shirt - 15€
Timisoara, Romania
NH Hotel, Timisoara
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Academic Partner
Raluca Bercea-Institutional Law of the European Union Professor at Faculty of Law Timișoara and lawyer at SC Bercea and Partners, West University of Timișoara, CoWork Timișoara
Academic Programme
Our academic programme is structured in such a way that you will learn and practice each day. Therefore, at the start of each day you will learn new things via lectures, seminars, trainings and panel discussions. You will understand principles, be able to ask questions and distinguish between principles of EU Law. 
The second part of your day will bring you the practical part via workshops, case-studies, Institutional Visits or legal competitions that will help you use the information acquired in the first part of your day. 
Finally, our academic programme will also be supported by CoWork, with the purpose of showing how Law and Entrepreneurship can intervene with each other.  
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