Igalo (Herceg-Novi), Serbia & Montenegro

European Union Legal Reform (EULR)

when 6 July 2020 - 13 July 2020
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 850

Due to the covid-19 outbreak, all programmes for 2020 have been cancelled.

The year 2020 marks a special year for the European Union, which finds itself facing many new challenges but also looking for ways forward. What direction is the EU heading today? What would the Union look like without the UK? What are the membership prospects for the Western Balkans? How has the European Economic Constitution transformed through the financial crisis? Which are the new emerging institutional arrangements for European governance?
This year’s edition of the Summer School will explore some of these issues and bring them in the context of the EU enlargement effort. It will take place in Igalo (Herceg-Novi), Montenegro, from July 7-13, 2020.

Course leader

Prof Justin Frosini and Dr Marko Milenkovic

Target group

Final-year undergraduate students and graduate students in Law and Political Science, as well as young professionals and scholars

Course aim

The vision of the EU & Legal Reform Summer School is to create a dynamic network of scholars and practitioners who will work to enact critical reforms as the EU expands. For the past 16 years we have worked towards this goal in two ways:

1. We have brought together a diverse group of young legal scholars who we hope will eventually assist in legal reform and European integration processes in their respective countries and on the EU level.

2. We have initiated a fruitful exchange of experiences and best practices during and after the Summer School that may lead to future transnational projects.

Fee info

EUR 850: The full cost of tuition, accommodation in double room and food during the time of the summer school is 850,00 EUR. Travel costs are covered by participants.

Scholarships

CCSDD, however, offers a number of partial and full scholarships. While the selection of applicants will be based on the academic merit of the applications, those willing to bear the participation costs fully or partially will be preferred in case of equa