Brussels Global Law Week 2018

Are you looking to deepen your knowledge on current issues of global law with expert academics ? Do you wish to take part in the global law community ? Do you want to express and discuss your opinion during interactive seminars ?

Come and join the Perelman Centre and its partners for the 4th edition of the Brussels Global Law Week from May 14 to 18, 2018.

Reuniting theory and practice, the Brussels Global Law Week is an annual forum open to academics, researchers, students, NGOs, legal practitioners, regulators and decision-makers to discuss issues of law & globalization. Each year, special attention will be drawn to both research in global and transnational legal theory and practical issues in specific sectors.


PROGRAMME

This year we will have the honour to welcome Prof. Armin von Bodgandy from Max-Planck-Institut, Prof. Horatia Muir-Watt from Sciences Po Paris, Prof . Nico Krisch from IHEI Geneva, Prof. Gregory Shaffer from University of California, Prof. Ludovic Hennebel from Aix-Marseille U. and many more !
Please find below the final 2018 programme.

REGISTRATION

Registration is mandatory. Places are limited but open to all.


Please register on EventBrite here.

Registration fees are 400€ for the whole week, 150€ for students and academics, or 100€ per day.

Early bird registration at the price of 250€ ends on February 15, 2018.

Fees are non-refundable.
If you are a ULB student you can apply for free registration by sending your CV and a cover letter to brusselsGLW@gmail.com.
If you have any questions please contact philodroit@ulb.ac.be.


YOUNG SCHOLAR EVENT | CALL FOR PAPERS

Young Scholar Event (YSE) is the closing event of the Brussels Global Law Week. YSE is a chance for young scholars from different places to discuss the core issues related to the global emergency of sharing economy platforms. We invite you to participate !

Our topic this year : Opening the black box of technology :the place of fundamental rights

 

 

Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 7 mai 2018 à 12 h 59 min.

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