This summer school is designed for those with a legal background. It is intended for students with an advanced undergraduate or graduate level and practitioners with a background in law, human rights, or international relations. Participants should have passed at least a Bachelor course in international law.
It is expected that the participants have a sufficient command of the English language to actively participate in the discussions and to present their own work in English.
The summer school programme will start on 09 July 2018 and end on 13 July 2018. A copy of the final programme is available here.
We recommend participants to arrive before Sunday 3PM, so they can participate in the welcoming activities.
After successful completion of the summer school, a certificate of attendance will be awarded.
- Professor M.M.T.A. Brus
- Professor B.C.A. Toebes
- Dr. A.J.J. de Hoogh
- Dr. A.G. Hallo de Wolf
- Dr. P. Merkouris
- Dr. A. Rachovitsa
- Dr. C.L. Lamont
- Ms M.M.E. Hesselman LL.M.
"For me the summer school on International Law for Sustainable Societies was absolutely amazing for many reasons. The academic team was made up of industry experts and policy makers who deployed best intellectuals endeavors to revealing the legal regime, the shades and nuances of the subject. The course content was rich and the teaching style was absolutely incredible. No other environment could have supported learning like Groningen did! I am surely a better practitioner now as knowledge gained will be deployed towards my job performance and my foundation. I hope to return to study for my LLM at the University of Groningen."
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