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International Constitutional Law in Legal Education

Proceedings of the Erasmus Intensive Programme NICLAS 2007-2012
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Schriften zum Internationalen und Vergleichenden Öffentlichen Recht
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The NICLAS Summer School was created as an innovative tool for the teaching of constitutional law in its various international contexts. NICLAS offered to the participants a complementary interactive, multicultiral, and pluri-discplinary platform for the exchange of research, teaching and learning experience on recent changes and challenges by the internationalisation of constitutional law. The summer school took place from 2007 to 2012, each year in the first half of July, as an ERASMUS Intensive Programme at the Universities of Vienna, CEU Budapest, EUI Florence and PEU Bratislava and involved 13 more European partner universities. This volume is a tour d’horizon through the different topics taught and discussed during six years of NICLAS. The articles are written by summer school participants at various academic levels (postgraduate-students, teachers, researchers, practitioners). They reflect the various topics and methodologies of the summer school and can also serve as examples for teaching materials for other educational initiatives dealing with international constitutional law.
Biografische Anmerkung
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Konrad Lachmayer, Independent researcher and senior lecturer at the department of constitutional and administrative law at the law faculty of the University of Vienna; he was co-director of the NICLAS Summer School (2007–2012); Jürgen Busch, LL.M., D.E.A., Lecturer and project director at the department of European, International and Comparative Law at the University of Vienna; secretary-general of the European Academy of Legal Theory (www.legaltheory.eu); he was codirector of the NICLAS Summer School (2007–2012) Jennifer Kelleher, LL.B., LL.M., PhD researcher at the Department of European, International and Comparative Law at the University of Vienna, Permanent Representative of the International Council of Environmental law to the United Nations Office in Vienna (UNOV) Geanina Gabriela Turcanu, MA, MA, MA in Human Rights and Democratisation, European Inter-University Centre (EIUC), Venice 2012; MA Political Science, Central European University (CEU), Budapest 2009; until 2013 research and project assistant (i.a. NICLAS) at the law faculty of the University of Vienna