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The Capri School of European Procedural Law (CSEPL) is an intensive course of advanced training linked to the Postgraduate Course in European Union Law at the University of Naples (Federico II).
CSEPL is directed by Prof. Roberto Mastroianni, judge at the EU General Court, and Prof. Fabio Ferraro, Director of the Federico II Postgraduate Course in European Union Law.
The school, currently in its third year, aims to offer knowledge and expertise in the field of European litigation, before EU and national Courts.
Lectures are given by high-profile speakers, including EU law Professors, Judges, Advocates general and Referendaires of the Court of Justice of European Union and lawyers from leading international firms.
The CSEPL represents a unique opportunity for in-depth study of EU procedural Law.
Topics covered during the four days lectures include, in particular:
In Capri island, CSEPL will be held at “Villa Orlandi,” an 18th-century villa located in Anacapri.
The Villa, consisting of two floors with two distinct gardens, one on the ground floor (the largest and oldest) and one on the second floor, is a modern conference center of Federico II University which offer the opportunity to attend lectures in the marvellous scenarios of the island.
In Naples, CSEPL will be held at the historical venue of the Federico II University, founded in 1224.
3 days in Capri (from 29/05 to 31/05)
1 day in Naples (01/06/23)
Lectures held by
CSEPL is open up to 40 lawyers, law or political science graduates or students who wish to improve their knowledge of European procedural law.
To enrol, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a a short letter of motivation.
The tuition fee is €200, reduced to €150 for:
CSEPL has an agreement with some hotels in Capri that will offer a discounted rate to participants: information on facilities will be provided by email.
We are pleased to announce our cooperation with the SUMMER SCHOOL ON EUROPEAN UNION LAW held by ELMAA – European Law Masters Alumni Association of Law School of Athens, held in Corfu from 24 to 28 July 2023. Working in synergy, and with the aim of providing complementary knowledge of EU law, the two summer schools have decided to offer a preferential rate for those who decide to attend both schools.
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The Capri Summer School of European Procedural Law is now in its third year. The school represents an intensive course of advanced training that was created as an appendix to thePostgraduate Course in European Union Law at the Federico II University of Naples. The school aims to offer knowledge and expertise in the field of European litigation, hosting high-profile speakers, including professors, judges, advocates general and referendaires of the Court of justice of European Union and lawyers from leading international firms.