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ERA: Summer Course on European Labour Law


25 Jun 2018 to 29 Jun 2018





Event Location


Event Description

Trier, 25-29 June 2018


Pass on this invitation to your colleagues who might be interested. As a thank-you for registrations we receive on your recommendation we will send you a voucher worth € 50 for participation in an ERA event of your choice.


10% discount available until 25 May 2018 





The purpose of this course is to provide a thorough introduction to European labour law.

Key topics

  • Free movement of workers
  • Posting of workers
  • European fundamental social rights
  • Part-time, fixed-term and temporary agency work
  • Equality and non-discrimination
  • Transfer of undertakings
  • Collective dismissals
  • Information and consultation rights
  • Working time
  • Data protection

Who should attend?

The course is aimed at legal practitioners seeking an introduction to European labour law.

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Visit to the CJEU: Participants in this summer course will also have the opportunity to attend a hearing at the CJEU 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: Academy of European Law (ERA), Leyre Maiso

Event number: 118B01


Claudia Allatta, Lawyer, Jodoigne

Nicola Braganza, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers, London

Dr Elisabeth Brameshuber, Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business

Dr Marta Derlacz-Wawrowska, Legal Adviser, Wardyński & Partners, Warsaw

Dr Miriam Kullmann, Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business

Prof Jean-Philippe Lhernould, Professor of Law, University of Poitiers

Dr Sascha Morgenroth, Partner, DLA Piper, Frankfurt

Dr Luca Ratti, Associate Professor of European and Comparative Labour Law, University of Luxembourg

Dr Claudia Schmidt, Legal Secretary, Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg

Dr Rebecca Zahn, Senior Lecturer, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow