The continuing and accelerating process of European integration impacts European legal education - or ought to have an impact on the ideas about legal education in Europe. Although legal education in Europe is mainly national and usually conducted in the national language, there are initiatives that seek to break through the national barriers and move towards a truly European legal education. The Maastricht European Law School, which focuses on European Union law, international law, and comparative law, is one of these initiatives. This edited volume reflects upon European legal education in the light of Maastricht's program, which has been offered for a couple of years now and which attracts a great number of students from all over Europe, and around the world as well. The book offers to interested readers ways forward, as well as obstacles and points to ponder. Educating European Lawyers pays attention to the developments in European law and the effects these have on legal education in general, as well as in other fields. Drawing from their own experiences, the book's contributors describe the current state of law, offering perspectives on future developments and explaining how they translate these developments into the law school curriculum. The book's commonality is that each contributor seeks to prepare students better for a future in a more integrated Europe. Educating European Lawyers will generate debate and move the European discussion forward to concrete steps to effectively establish European legal education for new generations of lawyers that will work in an increasingly Europeanized legal domain. (Series: Ius Commune Europaeum - Vol. 98)
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'[Educating European Lawyers] provides invaluable insights into the experience of almost two decades of Europeanization and Internationalization of legal education. Given that many other universities feel the aspiration or pressure to Europeanize and internationalize their schools, their staff, their curricula and their academic output, the book offers a rich fund of information on the progress, the obstacles and the downsides that the faculty of law in Maastricht has been facing during the past 20 years. It may become mandatory reading for all those interested in advancing the discussion on European legal education and in particular for other law faculties that wish to follow this path in one way or another.' Constanze Semmelmann on www.mepli.eu (20 june 2012)
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