Trier, Germany

European Data Protection Law

when 16 September 2024 - 20 September 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 18 EC
fee EUR 1250

This summer course is intended to give participants an overview of the fundamentals of European data protection law. It will tackle the main legal questions related to the application of GDPR and related instruments by discussing legislative developments, relevant case law as well as by solving practical case studies. You will have the opportunity to interact with high-level experts who will help you deal with everyday data protection issues.

Course leader

Magdalena Kędzior

Sabine Framing

Target group

This summer course will transmit basic knowledge in the field of European data protection law. It is addressed to lawyers in private practice, in-house counsel, EU and national civil servants seeking an introduction to European data protection law.

Course aim

Key topics
- The fundamentals of European data protection law
- Crossroads of GDPR and ePrivacy
- Roles and responsibilities of data controllers, processors and(joined-) controllers
- Protection of citizens’ rights and available remedies in practice
- Supervision over data protection compliance
- The role of Data Protection Officers (DPOs)
- International data transfers
- Handing personal data breaches
- Data Protection Impact Assessment
- Compliance with data protection rules

Fee info

EUR 1250: Standard
EUR 937: EU and ERA patrons
Young lawyers and other groups


Early registration discount
10 % by 16.08.2024
20 % by 16.07.2024