Katrin Flikschuh (LSE), José Luis Martí (Pompeu Fabra) and Jarna Petman (Helsinki) have accepted invitations to deliver keynote talks in the Globalisation module to be held in Tilburg in May, 2015.
Here are some pictures, taken by Umberto Sconfienza, of the Globalization training module held in Tilburg in May, 2014, including pictures of the keynote speakers (Walker, Minkkinen and Teubner) and PhD presentations
Here are some pictures, taken by Gaofeng Meng, of the Glasgow Traditions of Legal Theory Training Module of November, 2013. Read more
The European Graduate Network on Legal Theory, of which our ‘Globalisation and Legal Theory’ programme is proudly a member, is offering 8 fully funded slots for three of its graduate schools.
Applicants are presented with the opportunity to take part in the following graduate school programs:
the GL TeNOR Winter School on "Global Law - Text and Normativity in a Global Context" at the University of Lucerne (an Erasmus Intensive Programme organised by the EALT university consortium)
the GRiM Winter School on "Global Legal Research and Information Management" at the University of Stockholm (an Erasmus Intensive Programme organised by the EALT university consortium)
the LAWGIC Summer School on "Law and Logic" at the European University Institute Florence (an Erasmus Intensive Programme in cooperation with EALT)
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GL-TeNOR Lucerne: 26 01-07 02 2014, 2 PhD students (nomination deadline for participants to Uni Lucerne: 21 11 2013)
GRiM Stockholm: 16-28 02 2014, 2 PhD students (nomination deadline for participants to Uni Stockholm: 21 11 2013)
LAWGIC EUI Florence: 14-25 07 2014, 4 Phd Students (application deadline will be announced in due course, early in spring 2014; see info on 2013 edition via EALT short course website)
Please direct your applications to Ms. Nele Voorspoels (email@example.com) clearly stating the school you are applying for. The selection will be based on the relevance of your PhD project to the school to which you are applying.