Nieuwsbericht | 04-07-2011
The summercourses of the Hague Academy of International Law have started
The well-known summer courses of the Hague Academy, take place over a period of six weeks: three weeks of public international law (in July) and three weeks of private international law (from the end of July until mid-August). Over a period of almost eighty years, thousands of students have been able to attend them. These students, who have come from all over the world, representing between sixty and eighty nationalities each year, and many of whom have subsequently become well-known in the academic world, in research, or in diplomacy, have thus had the opportunity to meet “great names” of international law and to attend courses of a very high level. The “summer courses” also provide an opportunity, in the city which has become the “Capital of international law”, to have contacts with the International Court of Justice, the international criminal courts, the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, the Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the Conference on Private International Law, and other institutions. The Secretariat General of the Academy and the Association of Attenders and Alumni of the Academy (AAA) organise these meetings.
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