The Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) and Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order (PluriCourts) are hosting a Summer School for ambitious PhD students working on international courts and international bodies and organizations broadly in their social and political contexts. We particularly welcome applications from students whose projects have a strong empirical approach, who are from the Global South and whose projects center on non-European institutions.
The iCourts/PluriCourts PhD Summer School is a celebration of intellectual curiosity, academic cooperation, and professional networking. In its 10th year, the Summer School has challenged and assisted more than 200 PhD students from around the world. Students who sign up for the Summer School will meet an engaged group of both young and senior scholars who look forward to sharing their experience and knowledge with you.https://video.ku.dk/v.ihtml/player.html?token=c81f679bf26405023d857c7a0b90e88c&source=embed&photo%5fid=66407602
Listen to PhD Student Sarah Scott Ford describing her experience as a participant of the digital Summer School 2020.
As a participant
You are expected to take an active part in the scholarly discussions, to present your own work, and to give feedback to your co-participants. The 2022 Summer School will be held in person at the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of Law.
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