The Summer School “Arctic Law” is aimed at students and young practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the Arctic issues and its international and national regulation.
The Arctic today is a place where international, national interests and law collide. At the same time, Arctic is a place for international cooperation and collaboration. Participants of the Summer School will be able to undergo a week-long intensive training on Arctic Law and deepen their knowledge and understanding of current trends in international and national law.
• International Public Law
• Law of the Sea
• Comparative Law of the Arctic states
• Environmental Law
• Energy Law
• Northern Indigenous Peoples Rights
• Arctic Strategies and Politics Northern Countries
Topics to be discussed:
• Arctic as an object of international legal regulation
• International litigation before the ICJ
• Arctic seas: international and national legal perspectives
• Regulation of the Northern Sea Route navigation
• Hot issues of the environmental regulation in the Arctic
• Regulation of the natural resources extraction in the Arctic
• Ethnic politics in the Arctic and sustainable development
Who can participate:
Candidates who have completed at least 3 consecutive years of university studies (Bachelor students), candidates holding a university law degree, received not later than 5 years prior to the start date of the Summer School (incl. Master and PhD students, early career specialists).
45 500 rubles (equal to €650, on the transferring day please pay attention to the current euro rate).
Accommodation in the student dormitory and meals within the school programme are included.
|Academic level(s)||Bachelor, Master, PhD, Other|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Institution||Northern (Arctic) Federal University|
|Fields of study||Law (broad programmes)|