ELSA Belgium Law Review
The ELSA Belgium Law Review is an annual, student-edited and peer-reviewed law journal published by ELSA Belgium.
The mission of the ELSA Law Review is to create a forum for the analysis and discussion of contemporary legal issues by serving as an avenue for the ELSA Belgian network to publish its academic work. It aims to provide law students and young lawyers, as well as the wider legal profession, with a source of critical commentary that is outside the scope of the typical legal curriculum.
Summer ELSA Law School
Discover our SELS Belgium on EU Institutional Law. Every year during the first week of July, we are welcoming law students from all around the world in Brussels. More than 20 differents nationalities joined us in our first edition in 2022
and the second edition of 2023 was also a massive success.
With a long story of hosting a number of principal EU institutions within its European Quarter, Brussels is considered as the capital of the European Union. Indeed, Brussels hosts the official seats of the Council of European Union, the European Commission, the European Council and the second seat of the European Parliament, making it the perfect setting for studying EU Institutional Law and visiting the Institutions.
Besides studying EU Institutional Law in the heart of the EU, participants coming from every corner of Europe will get the chance to witness the beauty of Belgium through medieval rooftops, lovely canals, tasty beer and chocolate through our cultural programme and spend the summer of your lives, while making friends and discovering the vivid nightlife of Brussels.
During one week, participants will attend at least 20 hours of academic programme including lectures and workshops. The academic programme is provided by leading experts, professionals, lawyers, diplomats on EU institutional law.
We aim at training your skills. Therefore the programme usually includes mock trials, case studies, practical workshops, institutional visits and more. Participant discover the EU Parliament, the European Council and the European Commission.
ELSA Traineeships provide law students and young lawyers with legal work experience. These opportunities are offered by Traineeship Providers active in different jurisdictions and legal sectors.
You can apply for internship around the world, with remuneration, based on your languages skills, degree or successful courses.
Discover our ELSA Traineeship website and apply here !
BENELUX CONFERENCE Law & Sustainability
From the 8th to 11th of December 2022 the Benelux Conference was held about Mergers and Aquisitions. During four courses and an negotiation competition, our speakers (Thijs Herremans, Howard Liebman, Dorothee van Vredenburch, Heather Glannandrea, David Du Pont and Bahareh Gholizadeh) shared their knowledge on mergers and acquisitions! The Benelux Conference was once again a huge succes!
A huge thank you for all participants, the speakers, organisers and GSK Stockmann for their contribution to the Benelux Conference 2022. We look forward to Benelux Conference 2023!
The topic of the edition of 2023 wille be Law & Sustainability. Make sure to follow our social media for all the updates concerning the 2023 Benelux Conference!
ELSA Day is part of the Annual Human Rights Campaign and was first introduced to the ELSA Network in 2012. It takes place on the last Wednesday of November, which falls on 30 November 2022. ELSA Day aims to jointly demonstrate our Human Rights commitment by providing legal education and opportunities that enable law students to be independent and critical members of society.
The general topic of the Annual Human Rights Campaign and ELSA Day is Human Rights, and any event on this topic will be appreciated. However, as the field of human rights is very diverse, the Campaign focuses on a more specific topic each year. The focus of the ELSA Day 2022 was on International Humanitarian Law (IHL).
The topic of the ELSA Day 2023 is Corruption and Human Rights.
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