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 42 countries in Europe.
Team from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens WINS 2015 edition of the European Human Rights Moot Court Competition
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International Conference on International & Comparative Copyright Law on the Internet
on 25/04/2015 – 26/04/2015
International Conference on International & Comparative Copyright Law on the Internet will allow law students, novice practitioners and just active young people not only to attain new interesting information about these two concepts, but also to understand the essence of intellectual property better.
on 05/05/2015 – 09/05/2015
IP Conference Salzburg/ Munich is a conference organized by ELSA Salzburg and ELSA Munich, which will be mainly concentrated on the intellectual property law.
This event will consist of a series of workshops, during which delegates of law firms, corporations or governmental institutions will inform the participants on various aspects of their respective occupations.
on 01/07/2015 – 04/07/2015
ELSA AUSTRIA has joined forces with The International Bar Association (IBA) and the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC) in order to support the development of consensual dispute resolution by offering young professionals an engaging competition that combines
educational, competitive and social aspects.