About the Summer School in International Business Law

The Summer School in International Business Law (IBL) is a 2-week advanced program, conducted in August.

Program
The curriculum is a cutting-edge, focused educational program, which offers a highly attractive market specialization, while addressing social and environmental demands of responsible business activity. The program includes intense, interactive courses in key areas of international business law and dispute resolution. All courses are taught by highly experienced instructors, who combine academic expertise with extensive practical background and insight.

Courses
In 2021, the Summer School in International Business Law offers six courses:

  • EU Competition Law
  • International Commercial Contracts
  • International Commercial Arbitration
  • Sustainable Governmental Contracts
  • Mediation in Commercial Disputes
  • Global Carbon Market and Emission Trading Systems: Investment Perspective

 You may participate in the full Summer School program, in five courses or in three courses. As a special offer this year, we also offer registration for individual courses.  Put together your program according to your interests and job profile, and spend two weeks this summer updating your qualifications, along with other European and overseas legal and business professionals.

Target group
The IBL Summer School is aimed at legal and business practitioners, as well as professionals from the public sector facilitating international trade, and students of final years with established interest in cross-border commercial practice.

Organizers
The School is conducted under the auspices of 4EU+ Alliance, a strategic association of six top public European universities. It is organized in international collaboration between University of Copenhagen, Charles University and University of Warsaw. 

The program is hosted by the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, and prepared by the Study Hub for International Economic Law and Development (SHIELD).

Due to COVID-19 –related restrictions, the 2021 edition of the Summer School will take place fully online.