NATO-Macrocrimes legal clinic
This legal clinic is organised together with the Centre for European Legal Studies on Macro-Crime and the Legal Office of the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization
Students attending the legal clinic will work on a research report on a topic of interest for NATO in Public International Law. Upon approval by NATO, the report drafted by the students under the supervision of their professors will be published on NATO Lawfas Portal and made available to researchers and NATO officers worldwide.
The legal clinic is open to all students of the Law Degree, including exchange students, and is worth 6 ECTS. Good command of the English language and a basic background of international law is required. Interested exchange students are encouraged to contact Prof. Alessandra Annoni (email@example.com) for further information.
Students attending the clinic will receive a certificate of participation by NATO. Participating students that wish to have access to the NATO Military Library in Brussels to complete their Master Thesis or Doctoral Thesis, shall be authorized by NATO legal office to enter, taking into account possible arrangements to obtain a valid Security Clearance.