Netherlands, The Hague

Winter Academy - Doing Business Right: Corporate Social Responsibility in Transnational Law and Practice

when 8 January 2018 - 12 January 2018
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 895

This five-day Winter Academy provides a comprehensive overview of the legal mechanisms ensuring that multinational corporations conduct their business activities responsibly. The programme will feature renowned academics and experienced practitioners in the fields of international and European law, private law, corporate social responsibility, business and human rights. They will address the general theory underlying the many legal routes to corporate social responsibility, as well as the practical implementation of some of the most frequently employed legal mechanisms by analysis of several case studies.

Course leader

Antoine Duval

Target group

This Winter Academy is designed for advanced students (at Masters or PhD level), as well as young professionals with a keen interest in CSR and the various modes of regulation of transnational business conduct.

Course aim

• Advanced theoretical knowledge of the various multilevel legal domains spurring corporate social responsibility;
• Insiders’ perspectives on how numerous CSR mechanisms work in practice and at a firm level;
• Networking opportunities with speakers coming from academia, the corporate world, international organisations, law firms, and NGOs.

Fee info

EUR 895: Students & NGOs employees
EUR 1295: Professionals