Academy of European Law (ERA) bjuder in till kursen Summer course om cross-border civil litigation i Trier 18–22 juni.

Anmälan före den 23 april ger 20 procent rabatt.

The purpose of this course is to introduce lawyers to practical aspects of cross-border litigation.

Key topics

  • Challenges for cross-border litigation
  • Specific procedures that help to obtain a judgment abroad faster and more easily
  • e-Justice
  • Law applicable to contracts and torts
  • Mediation, alternative and online dispute resolution 


EU legislation and recent case law of the European Court of Justice will be presented. Participants will be able to deepen their knowledge through case-studies and workshops.

Who should attend? The course is aimed at legal practitioners seeking an introduction to European private law.

E-learning Test your knowledge, brush up on the basics and get a first taste of the summer course with a preparatory e-learning module.

Visit to the European Court of Justice Participants in the summer courses will also have the opportunity to visit the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg

Social programme After a day's intensive training, enjoy our varied social programme: the course dinner with fellow participants, wine-tasting in the Mosel vineyards, a tour of the historic city of Trier.

Language: English

Organiser: Dr Angelika Fuchs, ERA

Event number: 112B03

25% discount for lawyers in private practice.

Please click here for further information and online registration



Mr John Ahern, Adjunct Lecturer, School of Law, Trinity College, Dublin

Ms Raquel Ferreira Correia, Counsellor, Portuguese Permanent Representation to the EU, Brussels

Dr Angelika Fuchs, Head of Section, Academy of European Law, Trier

Mr Jens Haubold, Partner, Thümmel, Schütze & Partner, Stuttgart

Professor Jan von Hein, University of Trier

Mr Brian Hutchinson, Mediator, GBH Dispute Resolution Consultancy; Senior Lecturer, University College Dublin

Professor Xandra E Kramer, Chair of European Civil Procedure, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Dr Ivana Kunda, Chair of European and Private International Law, University of Rijeka