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Challenges of Social Media 2.0 in a EU Legal Framework

The main focus of the International Law Week is to offer students the possibility to work in mixed international groups on an interesting, actual legal topic. This week challenges students to think and to communicate in a foreign language. 

From the points of view of the existing political parties in the European Parliament, students have to prepare a debate and discussion with respect to social media in a mock European Parliament.

Practical information

Target group: 2nd year bachelor students in Law or Business Law with a basic knowledge of European law and an operational command of the English language
Date: 21 – 25 March 2016
Place: faculty of Management & Technology - campus Proximus (Leuven) - Belgium
Price: € 250 (lodging, breakfast, lunches, gala dinner & local transport included)

Registration: please contact Manou Eyskens

Coordinators: ​
  - Els Goethals (Head of Law Program)
 - Nico Nijsten (Internationalization Law Program)
 - Manou Eyskens
 - Christophe Baekeland

For more information, click here.