RoSSEL is jointly run by the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI) and the University of Rome Tor Vergata – Department of Public Law. Mission: to offer an opportunity for those sharing a sincere interest in European legal affairs to attend in Rome a series of short courses on contemporary issues of EU Law held by distinguished lecturers. Academic Supervision: Luigi Daniele, University of Rome Tor Vergata Target:researchers, PhD students, graduates in law or political science and linguists, on condition that they already possess a good basic knowledge of EU Law.
Attendance: full-time course. A minimum of 25 participants is required for the course to take place.
Schedule: 36 hours of class work from Monday to Friday Language: All classes are given in English. Fluency in English is therefore a prerequirement Venue: SIOI, Palazzetto di Venezia, 51 Piazza San Marco – Rome
Teaching programme:Opening lecture Luigi DANIELE, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Institutional Issues: Jacques ZILLER, University of Pavia; External Relations Enzo CANNIZZARO, University of Rome La Sapienza ; Enforcement of EU Law Sacha PRECHAL, University of Utrecht; Internal Market Gareth DAVIES, Free University of Amsterdam; Internal Market II Frank BENYON, European University Institute EC Commission; State Aids Francesco SCIAUDONE, Grimaldi & Associati – Rome; Competition Law Francesco MUNARI, University of Genoa; Immigration Law Giuseppe PALMISANO, University of Camerino.
DEADLINE:applications should be submitted by fax, by post or by email to SIOI no later than 04/09/2009. Fees and Payment:the course fee is 600 Euros (including the Syllabus and Institutional visits), to be paid -on acceptance of application- to "Società Italiana per l'Organizzazione Internazionale" IBAN IT86M0300203379000400118070. Applicants must send by fax or email the receipt.The payment should be accompanied by the following explanatory sentence "Application fees. ROSSEL 2009".Special rate for academics and PhD candidates: 300 Euros .