Teaching staff and methods
- Teaching methods
Held in English, the summer course will combine lecture and discussion approaches. Lectures will have a maximum number of 50 participants, while discussion groups will be limited to 20 participants. Participants will be expected to be actively involved, including the reading of materials set in advance for each session. Materials especially prepared for this course will be provided free of charge. You will also be able to download the materials from our online section. Certain additional reading materials will be available for purchase.
Furthermore, at the end of the course, a moot court will be organized. This allows you to practice your skills in relation to a real case study.
The teaching staff comes from the different partner universities and each faculty member enjoys a high reputation in his respective field.
From our faculty in Frankfurt (Oder)
Benefit also from the knowledge of the teaching staff from our partner universities and institutions:
Prof. Ryszard Piotrowicz (Aberystwyth)
- Prof. Dr. Jernej Letnar Cernic (Kranj)
Prof. Pablo Pareja Alcaraz (Barcelona)
- Dr. Marton Sulyok (Szeged)
Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Heintze (Bochum)
Dr. Aniko Szalai (Szeged)
Dr. Ulrike Brandl (Salzburg)
Dr. Robert Frau (Frankfurt (Oder))
Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Veronika Bilkova (Prague)
Dr Therese Comodini Cachia (Malta)
Jasmin Oschkinat (Berlin)
Giuliana Monina, Dott.ssa (Vienna)
Jasmine Sommardal (Fiesole)
- Prof. Dr. Jost Naan (Rotterdam)Please note, that the 24th Summer Course (3. - 14. July 2023) will take place in person.