From 15 to 19 of May 2017, the Perelman Centre will run the third edition of the Brussels Global Law Week.
After the New York Global Law Week (2011) and the London Global Law Summit held in February 2015, the capital of Europe runs its own forum on the globalization of law.
Reuniting theory and practice, the Brussels Global Law Week is an annual forum open to academics, researchers, students, NGOs, legal practitioners, regulators and decision-makers to discuss issues of law & globalization. Each year, special attention will be drawn to both research in global and transnational legal theory and practical issues in specific sectors. The short 2017 programme is attached hereby.
Registration is mandatory to attend the Brussels Global Law Week. Places
are limited. Please register on EventBrite here.
Attendance is free of charge for speakers and for faculty, staff & students of
the Université libre de Bruxelles and KULeuven.
Registration fee is € 250 for the whole week. The daily rate is € 75. Please
contact philodroit(at)ulb.ac.be. The fee is not refundable.
Students and foreign participants may apply for a reduced fee by email.
The registration fee includes admission to the Brussels Global Law Week,
admission to the cocktail, lunches, coffee, tea and water during the breaks. Please see the brochure attached for further practical information concerning your stay, accomodation and transport.
For practical information please see the attached file.
Most of the interventions will take place at Solbosch Campus ULB, av. Franklin Roosevelt 50, 1050 Bruxelles.
The 2016 and 2015 programmes are available here :