Summer School of the Graduate School of Law

Best practices for a sustainable ecosystem
17 Jun 2024 21 Jun 2024
Target Group
Undergraduate, Master & PhD students
Université Paris-Saclay
Closed  (Deadline: 31 May 2024 23:59)

Experience a dynamic one-week Summer School dedicated to exploring sustainable ecosystem practices from a legal perspective. Engage in a rich program featuring masterclasses, workshops, and conferences. Interact with educators and students from UPSaclay and beyond, fostering collaboration and facilitating the exchange of knowledge and ideas.

The Summer School will be held in Sceaux, France (near Paris) from Monday 17 to Friday 21 June 2024. It will be divided into 10 half-day sessions.

There will be one central theme throughout the week: "Best practices for a sustainable ecosystem". Distinguished guests will share their expertise in law and other disciplines (Health, pharmacy, medical, political science, economics and computer science). There will be 10 regular masterclasses (2 each morning) where an important aspect of the deliberations will be to consider how best to strengthen trust, connection and community for present and future generations. These and many other issues will be explored on a multi-disciplinary basis, seeking to draw on expertise across a broad spectrum. In addition to the masterclasses, interactive workshops and alternative programmes will be presented in the afternoons, notably by PhD students from UPSaclay and the EUGLOH Alliance.


  • Critical thinking
  • Ethics & responsability
  • Knowledge into action


Students in law (undergraduate or graduate), students from other fields with an interest in legal issues and students interested in sustainable development/ecological transition should apply.

  • Selection strategy: Candidates will be selected on the basis of Law and SHS requirements and motivation. For online participation, priority will be given to undergraduate students, but for physical mobility, priority will be given to Master's and PhD students, as participation in the workshops will require prerequisites in Law and in SHS as mentioned above. Participants selected for physical mobility will be contacted by the organisers once registration is closed and the selection process has been completed.
  • Number of participants: On site 20 students (5 international EUGLOH students + 15 UP Saclay' students) + 100 students online.
  • Certificate/ECTS: Certificates for all participants and 2 ECTS for on-site participants.
  • Language: English.

Please note that a scholarship for travel and subsistence might be included for participants. You shall contact the EUGLOH team at your university to get information.

This activity is part of Work Package 3.