EU Institute of International Law
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The EU Institute focuses on topical issues in international commercial law, and European law. The European Union is a major trading partner of the United States and Asia, and as the enlargement process of the EU continues a sound understanding of the many legal and policy questions that arise is imperative for any lawyer interested in international law.
The EU Institute holds annual short courses: a summer school The schools bring together scholars, members of governments, judges, policy makers, and students from around the world. Eschewing conventional lecture-type formats, the emphasis is on achieving an in-depth understanding of select issues through discussions and seminars.
The campus offers a wide range of additional facilities, e.g. outside chess, boats, table tennis, etc. The rooms are well-equipped with modern furniture, spacious, and most offer a partial view of the lake. The food is provided by the EU Institute. Depending on preferences, one can book accommodation and breakfast, or accommodation and halfboard.