The first meeting of the European Law Faculties Association (ELFA)- European Law Institute (ELI) European Jurist Project took place on Friday 21 September. Organised and chaired by Edinburgh Law School’s Dr Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm, the meeting was hosted at the Société de Législation Comparée and at the Cour de Cassation, in Paris, France.
The European Jurist initiative aims at generating a hub to develop mechanisms enabling further Europeanisation of the legal profession.
This initial meeting bought together participants from institutions across Europe to share their experience of internationalisation of legal education and their ideas and motivations in relation to the project. The next meeting is expected to take place in January 2019 in Toulouse (France).
At the Cour de Cassation (Paris, France). From left to right, Benoît Chamouard (École Nationale de la Magistrature), Paul James Cardwell (Univ. of Strathclyde), Lloyd T. Wilson Jr. (Univ. of Indiana), Verónica Ruiz Abou-Nigm (ELFA-Univ. of Edinburgh), Président Bruno Pireyre (Cour de Cassation), Barbara Pozzo (Univ. Dell’Insubria) , Sylvaine Peruzzetto (Cour de Cassation), Mary Catherine Lucey (Univ. College Dublin), Nicola Wisdahl (Scottish Government) and Lukas Rass Masson (Univ. of Toulouse.
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