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32nd Summer Course in EU Law 25 June - 4 July 2018

 

Booking for the Summer Course 2018 is now open, please apply online here.  

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Please note that applicants who are resident outside of the EU/EEA  and who wish to enter the UK to undertake study are subject to immigration control and would need to secure the appropriate study-specific visa.  For short courses – less than 6 months in duration – the short-term study visa is required.  Applicants will require a letter from King’s College London to obtain this visa. Please request this letter once your application has been accepted.

Programme 2018  (draft)




eye-and-hofp-2Centre of European Law
King’s College London
Strand
London
WC2R 2LS
England
Tel +44 20 7848 2387
Fax +44 20 7848 2443


Email cel@kcl.ac.uk,
Website www.kcl.ac.uk/cel.

Any questions before you wish to book? Please email or ring us on

Email christine.copping@kcl.ac.uk, Telephone ++44 (0) 20 7848 2387

 

Course Content and Structure

The course is an advanced course in European Law and is most suited to those with a prior knowledge of European Union law. It is also suitable for anyone at postgraduate level working in a law-related environment with an interest in European Union law. Though applicants with an academic background in law are ideal, this is not an essential pre-requisite to take part. The course is aimed at deepening and/or updating previous knowledge in EU Law. Each lecture will deal with certain selected issues which the lecturer deems of current relevance. The areas will therefore not be covered comprehensively, but selectively. The course is therefore also not suited to those who seek to further their doctoral studies in a particular area.

This course is not suitable for students at undergraduate level.

Normally all applications are accepted, but the Centre reserves the right to reject applications at the course director's discretion should this be considered necessary either in the individual's or the group's interest.

 

eye-in-the-summer_MG_8264Course Fee

Tuition only: £1000 

Online booking open

If you are interested to book student accommodation then please look at Stamford Street Halls of Residence (ensuite room) where we have limited availability. Please refer to the Accommodation section below for further information. 

The tuition fee includes a dinner.

 

 

Cancellation policy 

Cancellation more than three weeks before the event 100%

Cancellation 1-3 weeks before event 50%

Cancellation within one week before event 0%

 

Booking Deadline

3 June 2018 or later subject to availability.

Unfortunately this course is not supported by external funds, therefore the Centre of European Law cannot offer any financial assistance. This course is not suitable for undergraduate students.

Language

The course is taught in the English language and applicants should be comfortable with receiving academic lectures in English. Language ability will not be vetted but it is in your own interest that your standard of English is of an adequate level.

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Certificate

After completion of the course a certificate of attendance is awarded if at least 85% of the classes have been attended. An attendance sheet will be filled out for every day of the course.

Course materials

On the first day of the course you will receive a course folder. You will be given hard copies of the course materials which weigh approx. 2 kgs, so please allow enough space and weight in your luggage allowance should you wish to take this home with you.

Should you wish to prepare for the course, we recommend you read the following article by Paul Craig, The Treaty of Lisbon : Process, architecture and substance, European Law Review (2008), volume 33 , issue 2 , p. 137-166

Course programme and lecturers

The course is expected to cover the following subject areas of EU law.

 

students-in-lecture-hall-224x135Anti-Discrimination Law - EU Competition Law - Citizenship/Free Movement of Workers - EU Environmental LawEU Tax Law - Enforcement of EU Law - State Aid - The European Court of Justice - External Relations and TTip - Free Movement of Goods - Freedom to Provide Services and EstablishmentThe Lisbon Treaty- Human Rights Protection in the EU - Free Movement of CapitalEU Migration  Law - EU Company LawEU Procurement Law

Teaching time totals 38.5 hours

 

Course lecturers  

Professor Andrea Biondi, King's College London (Co Director Centre of European Law)

Professor Takis Tridimas, King's College London (Co Director, Centre of European Law)

Leo Flynn, Legal Service, European Commission

Robin Griffith, Clifford Chance, King's College London

Professor Sir Francis Jacobs QC, King's College London, previously Advocate General at the European Court of Justice (President of the Centre of European Law)

Dr Kathrin Hamenstädt, King's College London

Kelly Stricklin Couthino, 39 Essex Chambers

Dr Dionysia Katelouzou, King's College London

Professor Alexander Türk, King' s College London (Course Director)

Professor Robert Wintemute, King's College London

Professor Alison Jones, King's College London

Dr Oana Stefan, King's College London

Group size and composition

The size of the summer course group is variable, we aim to have a maximum of 35 students. Students come together from the UK and continental Europe with occasional visitors from overseas continents. The student group ranges from recent graduates to experienced practitioners, a variety that is also reflected in the age range. The diversity of the group composition has always proved to be a very fruitful basis for the exchange of ideas and experiences, and everyone will leave the course with new contacts or even new friends.

Accommodation

Accommodation can be arranged through the Centre of European Law in single en-suite rooms at Stamford Street Apartments, Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NQ. The nearest tube is Waterloo and the Strand Campus, where the summer course is being held, is about a ten-minute-walk or short bus ride over Waterloo Bridge.

Please note that you are a visitor rather than a term time student, so please refer to the visitor's guide on the halls' website. You cannot have visitors in your room overnight for a small fee. If you wish to accommodate a partner or a friend, please do so by booking an additional room directly with Stamford Street Apartments.

If you wish to enquire about the accommodation please contact christine.copping@kcl.ac.uk.

Student accommodation is central, basic and affordable, for example rooms do not have airconditioning.  However, it is not to everyone's taste, so if you may want to explore other options. There are numerous websites that offer alternative accommodation. Below are just some you could browse, however we cannot vouch for the accommodation advertised on these sites - it is your responsibility to ensure you are satisfied with the service offered.

 

London Bed and Breakfast Agency

Studios 92

London Budget Accommodation

Imperial London Hotels

Grange Hotels

 

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Social activities

The Summer Course is devised as an intensive course, so integrated social group activities are kept to a minimum in order to leave each individual with choices for their spare time. There are two drinks receptions hosted by the Centre of European Law, one on the first day of the course and the second on the last day. These are very popular and well attended, as it gives everybody the opportunity to meet fellow students, lecturers and organisers for the first time in a social context and to reflect about the course and to say good bye.

The Centre will also organise two course dinners. One of these is not optional, and is included in your fee.

This is a semi formal event, smart dress would be appreciated for this occasion, this first dinner will be held at King's.  The second organised dinner is optional, a very informal event and ... you will have to pay for yourself.

General dress code during the Summer Course is casual.

Following the enthusiastic reception of the previous years' guided walk 'Legal and Illegal London - The Inns of Court' this is planned to be repeated this year. This tour is included in your fee, but feel free to tip the guide if you have enjoyed the walk.

Library & Internet access

You will be asked to enrol online before you attend the summer course. Completing enrolment will enable us to produce your student ID card which is essential to have whilst on Campus and to visit the library. Enrolment will also give you online access to various services at King's.

Refreshment

The Centre will provide you with water during the course sessions. You may purchase other refreshments from the cafeteria at King's or from the numerous cafés near to the Campus.

Location

 8central-london-420x-200somerset-house-east-wing-in-summer-224x135The Dickson Poon School of Law in Somerset House East Wing, King's College London.
The Summer Course in EU Law has run since 1987. It is the only regular course that the Centre runs from the King's College campus and often features as the final annual highlight in the busy academic calendar of the Centre's activities. The sessions will be held on the main King's College campus at the Strand. The Strand is one of the most famous streets in London, linking the City with the West End. If you walk into the Eastern direction you will reach Fleet Street, where you will find some of the UK's most prestigious legal institutions. The Royal Courts of Justice, as well as the Inns of Court are all within walking distance and well worth a visit during your stay. Towards the West The Strand will lead you to Trafalgar Square with Buckingham Palace and the Government Buildings around Downing Street further along. To the South you will find the River Thames lined with galleries and historic attractions along the South Bank whereas to the North the theatres, shops and cafés await your visit in lively Covent Garden.

King's College London

King's College London is one of the two oldest and largest colleges of the University of London: a major multi-faculty university institution with some 28,000 students. The Centre of European Law is part of The Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London. The School of Law has been awarded the highest research and teaching ratings by the UK Government's Higher Education Funding Council. It enjoys a distinguished international reputation. For more information on King's College London, please visit 'About us'.

Course contacts

Before and during the course your main point of contact will be Christine Copping at the details below

 

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Somerset House, Room SW-1.18 

Email: christine.copping@kcl.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7848 2387

 

 

Some organisations and companies who have booked onto the Summer Course in the past (in alphabetical order)

Allen & Overy - American Express Services Europe Limited - BP Austria - Bucharest University - Coca-Cola Services France - Council of the EU - Daimler, Chrysler Services AG Berlin - Delegation to the European Commission in Slovakia - EFTA Surveillance Authority - European Court of Justice - European Parliament - Federal Chancellery, Austria - Finnish Supreme Court - Foreign and Commonwealth Office - House of Lords - KPMG Bulgaria - Ministry for European Integration, Croatia - Ministry of Finance, The Netherlands - Nationalbank Denmark - Nokia UK - Novartis, Switzerland - Office of Fair Trading - Office of the Attorney General, Ireland - Svea Court of Appeal, Stockholm - Treasury Solicitor's Department - Trinity College Dublin - US Embassy in Bulgaria - Which? Magazine - White & Case Law Firm - YKK Europe Limited

 

How students rated the course in the past. 

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