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
Strasbourg, 26.02.2015 – Students from the National and Kapodistrian University…
José Manuel Barroso is going to teach in Catolica Global School of Law
José Manuel Barroso is going to teach Católica’s LL.M. students in Lisbon. Begin…
Queen Mary University of London: Learn more about various LLMs and PG Taught Masters programmes
If you are interested to learn more about the various LLMs and other PG Taught M…
International Trade Law Conference
on 27/03/2015 – 31/03/2015
The conference aims to present legal aspects of international trade as viewed from different perspectives in the industry and provide an oportunity for you to share professional and cultural experiences with law students from across Europe.
on 08/04/2015 – 12/04/2015
In 2015 ELSA Estonia will organize an international seminar on Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions. This time the emphasis will be on the mergers and acquisitions of limited liability companies in the EU.
A conference on anti-corruption in cooperation with Mannheimer Swartling, a leading business law firm in the Nordic region, will be held in the heart of Stockholm this April.
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.