ELGS Summer Intensive on Comparative Law & Global Governance
July 22-26, 2019
This week-long program discusses the latest developments on Global and European governance and covers both constitutional and institutional issues, global administrative law, and issues of soft governance.
Designed for: Master’s level students from all fields of social sciences such as law, politics, economics, sociology, history, philosophy and international relations, as well as political scientists, civil servants, lawyers and officials of international organizations and domestic administrations who seek ways to continue their education. The participants will attend classes in the various fields conducted by eminent professors from prestigious Universities from all over the world. All the courses will be seminar-like classes and colloquia, and the active class-participation will be encouraged.
Structure of the Program: comprised of three-hour sessions taking place twice a day. The program takes place at the EPLO facilities in Sounion which are located one hour away from Athens by car, overlooking the Aegean Sea.
- Is there a Global Constitution? – Lorenzo Casini, Professor of Administrative Law at IMT School for Advanced Studies, Lucca
- Globalization and the New Nationalism
- The Administrative State under Siege
- Is there a Supranational Constitutional Review?- Guido Raimondi , Italian Judge and currently the President of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR)
- Judicial Review: Old and New Problems- Paul Craig, Professor of English Law at St. John’s College, University of Oxford
- Where is the European Union going?
- The Problem of the European Union Budget- Massimo Bordignon , Professor of Public Economics at the Catholic University of Milan
- Where are we with Brexit?
- The Crisis of Democracy
- The Death of Expertise
Cost of the Program: 600€ which covers tuition and transportation to/from the hotel provided that the students reside in the area. Accomodation packages available upon request.
Applications are accepted until June 21, 2019.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.