Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Università Europea di Roma has decided to postpone this year's Summer School on International Trade Law until 2021. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this cancellation may cause and would like to thank you for your understanding.
UER Summer School aims to provide a wide and in-depth understanding of the legal implications of the most relevant issues of international trade both on a substantial and procedural perspective. The program combines high-level lectures and professionalizing training offered by professors, lawyers, managers and experts operating in the international markets.
All lectures are given in English and the topic addressed such as transnational contracts, cooperation agreements, project financing, equity and trust, international commercial arbitration and the settlement of interstate disputes at WTO.
Undergraduate and graduate students together with young researchers from the Law field. The number of participants is limited to 40.
64 hours of class time
The program will run from 15th to 26th June 2020 and includes 64 hours of class time divided into two weekly sessions on international trade and international commercial arbitration, including a moot competition at the end of the second week.
- Transnational Contracts
- International Procurement
- International Sales of Good
- Intellectual Property Rights
- Vertical Contracts
- Cooperation Agreements
- ADR and Arbitration
- Enforcement and recognition of an arbitral award
- International Investment Arbitration
35 hours of visits
The program will offer visits to museums, art galleries, churches, and monuments, giving students coming from abroad a consistent knowledge of History and Art in Rome, one of the cradles of western civilization. Some of the visits include:
- Vatican Museums
- Fontana di Trevi
- Piazza Navona
- Castel Sant’Angelo
- Basilica di San Pietro
- Palazzo Bernini
- Fori Imperiali
- Palazzo Venezia
Upon successful completion of the course and final examination, participants will be issued a certificate of attendance which qualifies them for the accreditation of 12 ECTS points.
|Prof. Emanuele Bilotti
Full Professor of Civil Law and Dean of the Law Faculty at Università Europea di Roma
|Prof. Maria Chiara Malaguti
Full Professor of International Law at the Università “Cattolica” del Sacro Cuore. World Bank’s and UNCITRAL legal advisor
|Prof. Bruno Sassani
Full Professor of Civil Procedural Law at Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”. Consultant for the American Law Institute
|Prof. Antonio Briguglio
Full Professor of Civil Procedural Law at Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”. Co-director of the Rivista dell’Arbitrato
|Prof. Gianluca Contaldi
Full professor of International Law at the Università di Macerata. Member of the Interuniversity Research Center for Sustainable Development (CIRPS)
|Prof. Anna Veneziano
Full professor of Comparative Private Law at the Università di Teramo. Adjunct Secretary-General UNIDROIT
|Prof. Alessandra Zanobetti
Full professor of International Law at the Università di Bologna – Alma Mater
|Avv. Edoardo Marcenaro
Head of Legal & Corporate Affairs at Enel Spa
|Prof. Andrea Panzarola
Full Professor of Civil Procedural Law at Università LUM Jean Monnet di Casamassima
|Avv. Stefano Montemaggi
Lawyer at the legal office of the Italian Central Bank
|Prof. Valeria Falce
Full Professor of Economic Law at the Università Europea di Roma. Non-Governmental Advisor at the International Competition Network
|Prof. Maria Beatrice Deli
Associate Professor of International Law at the Università del Molise. Secretary-General of ICC Italia and AIA
|Avv. Lluis Paradell
Counsel in International Arbitration at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
|Prof. Giacomo Rojas Elgueta
Associate Professor of Private Law at the Università di Roma Tre. Co-Chair of ArbIt – Italian Forum for Arbitration and ADR
|Avv. Andrea Giordano
State Attorney. Member of the Committee for Investment arbitration
|Prof. Alessandro Fabbi
Research professor of Civil Procedural Law at Università di Catania
|Prof. Aniello Merone
Course Director, Associate Professor of Civil Procedural Law and International Arbitration at the Università Europea di Roma
The lessons will be held at Università Europea di Roma (Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 190, 00163 Roma) where accommodation is also provided at UER on-campus student residence.
The visits will take place mostly in the city center.
The academic program will run from 15th to 26th June 2020.
The participant can choose between one of the following two options:
Option A) €1.750 as a comprehensive fee of:
- All lessons
- All visits and cultural activities
- A card for the use of public transport in the municipality of Rome (train, metro, and bus)
- All lunches from Monday to Sunday in the UER cafeteria and 2 dinners in Rome city center
- Bed and Breakfast accommodation from 15th to 26th June (13 nights)
For Option A it is possible to pay in three or two different installments:
Three installments: €500 within 30th March, €500 within 30th April and €750 within 29th May.
Two installments: €900 within 20th April and €850 within 29th May.
Option B) €990 for the attendance at the Summer School only.
UER will award up to 5 scholarships based on academic merits. The awarded students will pay only €990 as a comprehensive fee for the two weeks accommodation, all visits, and social activities.
In order to enroll for the UER Summer School on International Trade Law, applicants will need to send to firstname.lastname@example.org the following documents:
- Summer School Application Form
- list of subjects passed at university
- average grade at university
Participants who want to apply for the scholarship will also need to send, together with the previous three documents, a short video explaining their motivations to participate in UER’s Summer School (minimum 1 minute – maximum 2 minutes).
The deadline for the scholarship application is April 11th, 2020.
The application period will start on January 7th, 2020 and finish on May 11th, 2020. Payment must be made through deposit or bank transfer by May 29th, 2020.
The bank details are the following:
Beneficiary | Università degli Studi Europea
Beneficial beneficiary | Banca Popolare di Sondrio
IBAN | IT18S0569603211000008290X49
SWIFT | POSOIT22
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