The European Law Students’ Association
With 40,000 members ELSA is the world’s largest independent law students’ association. ELSA provides opportunities for international exchange, diversified legal education and personal professional development for law students and young lawyers. Our members are law students and recent graduates who have an academic focus and have demonstrated commitment to international issues.
ELSA operates primarily through its Local Groups, which are located at nearly 300 law faculties in universities throughout 41 countries in Europe.
The winner of the 12th edition of EMCC announced at the WTO Headquarters
Geneva, 18.05.2014 -For the 12th time the most engaged law students from all ove…
Council of Europe Journal
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International Board 2014/2015 is elected
Qawra, Malta – 22.03.2014 – During the last International Council Meeting…
International Conference – “Contemporary Issues of Intellectual Property Law”
on 01/10/2014 – 03/10/2014
Three days of workshops, legal discussions and final conference; the critical moment when the law student express their views on the matter and the academics comment on it; the place where the dialogue is cultivated; the venue where the knowledge is combined with entertainment. The city of Kaunas welcomes you to live this lifetime experience.
on 25/11/2014 – 30/11/2014
Mid-IFP Conference is an event organized in the middle of the International Focus Programme (IFP) cycle. Considering that the current IFP topic is Media Law, the topic of the Mid-IFP Conference will be Freedom of expression.
on 26/11/2014 – 30/11/2014
ELSA (European Law Students’ Association) Rijeka has an intention to organize awareness raising programme. The importance of this projects lies within creating a framework of legal aid in order to fully understand and tackle the problem of violence against women and children, raising awareness through set of various innovative means and finally to be able to use all of these to make an actual, measurable contribution to protection of women and children against violence of any sort. The project aims to co-create rules and techniques of violence prevention, giving legal aid to victims and prosecuting perpetrators.