Brescia University Italy

Brescia: Codification, De-codification and Unification of Law (Italian Law – Chinese Law)

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ELSA Members from favored countries EUR 29 per night
ELSA Members from non favored countries EUR 33 per night
ELSA Alumni EUR 55 per night
Non ELSA Member EUR 55 per night
Non Student EUR 55 per night

Favored Countries: Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Montenegro, Rep. of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine

Non-Favored Countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom

A beautiful view of the city and the cathedral

Venue 2BRESCIA is Lombardy’s second biggest city after Milan. The town mixes the ancient roman ruin’s beauty together with modern urban efficence.

As walking in its modern urban center, history and culture stand out: the ancient fountains and the Capitolium; the Santa Giulia Museum and the three city’s biggest adjoining squares Vittoria, Duomo and Loggia; Brescia‘s historical center buildings and the modern office buildings too – one of the few italian modern skyscraper clusters, which is easily approachable thanks to the new subway system.

In conclusion, Brescia is a city of a thousands facets to discover.

Our Summer Law School provides a Roman Law overview and law’s unification process, particularly focusing on the relationship between euro-italian juridical experience and the chinese one.

Transport and facilities

Information to help students to travel to and from Brescia will be available on the Summer School website. For students coming from abroad (Europe) the most suitable option is flying to Orio al Serio Airport (Milan-Bergamo) or Valerio Catullo Airport (Verona). Low cost company fly to both airports, 45 minutes away by car from Brescia. Buses and coaches run between the airports and the town centre (close to the University and to the accommodations).

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Loggia Square

The Department

The Law Department was created in 1996, for the fact of being Brescia the center of the district’s Court of Appeal and of the Regional Administrative Tribunal. It is located in Brescia’s historic district “Carmine” ; in prestigious historical buildings such as the “Palazzo Calini ai Fiumi”, which is the main building, and very close to the Economy Department. The Department offers two different law study courses ; the five-years Law Study master degree and the three-years Labour-Consultant and Corporate-Lawyer degree.

To enjoy Brescia Summer Law School, please fill in the application form and send it to not later than May, 31st. In case of admission, the university organisation will contact you. Then, you will have to write to, attaching a copy of your approval email and of your application form. Moreover, in the same mail, indicate please your membership to an ELSA Local GroupContact Person: Rocco Greco, President of Initiator group of Brescia

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My name is Jonathan. I am an American student studying in Italy at John Cabot University.I have been here in Rome for one year now. Studying in Italy gives me a first hand perspective on history and diplomacy while allowing me to fulfill in my monthly obligations to the military in Vicenza, Italy. I am a soldier in the Army Reserve. I also work at an American pub here in Rome and at the University whenever the opportunity arises.Studying in Italy also offers me a chance to closely examine one of my favorite European cultures. I adore Italian cuisine, art and coffee. Living abroad will give me an opportunity to sharpen my linguistic skills that are essential for any aspiring diplomat

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2.Recommend any hotels? Don't have a ton of money.
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4.Recommend any restaurants?
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6.I've seen Lucca just up the coast recommended as a day trip on the train. Does anyone have any info on this place?
Thanks in advance to all who reply.

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Source for the following information is given:
Rome- (Roma): the capital, both of Italy and of the ancient Roman empire; centre of the Roman Catholic Church (the Vatican)

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