European Public Law Organization, Summer School 2017

25 April 2017

The European Public Law Organization, Athens, Greece (EPLO), announces admission of undergraduate students to the School of Law and Public Administration for a one-week summer program that runs from July 24 to July 28. As part of the project, students will be introduced to the research conducted by the lecturers and will attend their lectures. The following lecturers will give lectures at the Summer School:


  • NikolaosFarantouris & Athanasios Dagoumas, University of Piraeus, "Law, Economics and Politics of Energy"
  • DavidSingh Grewal,Yale Law School, "Law, Technology, and Liberty”
  • IoannisLianos, University College London, Georgios Dimitropoulos, HBKU Law, Alexios Arvanitis,
  • Universityof Crete & Sotiris Georganas, City University London, "Human Behavior, Public Policy and the Law”
  • DeniMantzari, Reading Law School, "Beyond Neoclassical Economics: Financial Regulation as a Decision Making Laboratory"
  • Damilola Olawuyi, HBKU Law, "Business and Human Rights in the Global Economy"
  • NicolasPetit, University of Liege, Law and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence: Concepual Framework and and Practical Applications


The cost of the program is: 380 euros + 30 euros application fee


The price includes:


  • Participation in summer school
  • Participation in the conference
  • Lecture materials
  • Certificate of participation


If you register before May 12, the cost of the program is 300 euros.


The deadline for registration is July 30, 2017


For more information, please visit the official website of the International European Public Law Organization or contact the program coordinator at the following e-mail address:


Good luck!