• 8 March 2017 18 days ago

    2017 Lecturers: Barbara Havelková

    Barbara Havelková is an Advisor to the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic on issues of gender and law. Previously, Barbara held posts at University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College) and Oxford (Balliol). She worked for Clifford Chance Prague, trained at the Legal Service of the European Commission and in the Chambers of AG Poiares Maduro at the Court of Justice of the European Union. more

  • 28 February 2017 26 days ago

    2017 Lecturers: Conor Gearty

    Conor Gearty is a professor of human rights law in the LSE law departement. He is also a barrister and was a founder member of Matrix chambers from where he continues to practise. Conor was also a Director of the Centre of the Study of Human Rights at LSE and is a visiting professor at numerous universities around the world. more

  • 23 February 2017 31 days ago

    2017 Lectures: Michal Bobek

    Michal Bobek is an Advocate General at the Court of Justice. He is also a Co-founder and former President of the Czech Society for European and Comparative Law, lecturer and visiting professor at numerous universities around the world. more

  • 10 February 2017 44 days ago

    2017 Lecturers: Zuzana Vikarská

    Zuzana Vikarská is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of the Masaryk University in Brno, a judicial law clerk at the Czech Constitutional Court and MPhil candidate at the University of Oxford. more

  • 1 February 2017 53 days ago

    2017 Lecturers: Jan Komárek

    Starting from today, we will be gradually introducing to you the lecturers at the Common Law Society Summer School 2017: Law and Values of the European Union, View from a Mountain. Let's start with our academic director - Jan Komárek. more

  • 19 August 2016 219 days ago

    Pictures

    The selection of the pictures from the 2016 summer school has now been uploaded to our website. Feel free to browse through them at any time. more

  • 23 July 2016 246 days ago

    Day 13: Moot court finals, key note lecture and the end of the course

    The morning was dedicated to the moot court final. The level of pleadings was absolutely stunning given the time and space which the students had to prepare. The bench grilled the advocates for about an hour and half, but they remained firm in their arguments and defended their positions with vigour. more

  • 22 July 2016 247 days ago

    Day 12: Last lectures, moot courts starts

    In the morning session, the topics of Brexit and TTIP were addressed yet again but this time from rather critical normative perspective. Mike Wilkinson and Maria Bartl presented their ideas to the students and engaged in a very deep discussion. In the afternoon the selection round of the moot court took its place. more

  • 21 July 2016 248 days ago

    Day 11: TTIP and general course on equality

    Morning session was dedicated to the issue of free trade and namely to TTIP. Gabriel Silles-Brügge offered a very comprehensible and coherent look at the very controversial and disputed transatlantic free trade agreement and addressed most of the issues that are connected with TTIP in as objective and factual based manner as possible. After that Jan ended the general course with the last lecture on solidarity, justice and equality. Not only for this lecture, but for the whole general course, he earned a long standing ovation. more

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