Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia) is organizing the third annual Summer School on EU Law in the South Caucasus (EULISC).
This summer school will host 25 students from all countries of the wider Caucasus region as well as from Europe and will offer a platform to discuss and elaborate on current topics in the field of EU law with legal and political relevance for the states of the South Caucasus. Academic experts from both Europe and the Caucasus will combine to teach EU law with the specific environment of the region in mind. The EU strives to define an overall strategy that combines the support for democracy in the countries of the region and a peaceful resolution to its protracted conflicts. Hence, a specific emphasis will be placed on the legal instruments of the EU at work in its Eastern Neighborhood policy.
In this way, this summer school will deal with those contemporary legal challenges which are both actual and relevant to the EU-South Caucasus context. The summer school is targeted towards young lawyers of the South Caucasus as future practitioners and decision-makers dealing with the region.
The total participation fee is EURO 130 covering course costs, tuition, breakfast, lunch and accommodation, city tours, sightseeing, visiting museums). Travel arrangements have to be made and paid for individually.