HANNES SNELLMAN SUMMER SCHOOL 2018
Hannes Snellman Summer School is a two-day event featuring interactive workshops and lectures by practitioners from the legal and corporate world as well as networking with other Nordic law students and experienced experts from, for example, Hannes Snellman. This year, the topic is the impact of tech on contracts and negotiations.
This year’s topic: Tech Is All Around – An Intensive Course on How Tech Affects Contracts and Negotiations
We are getting used to technology taking the centre stage and driving change in corporations’ business models and strategies. What may have worked in the past simply does not cut it in today and tomorrow’s fast-evolving environment. This affects everyone, and lawyers play an important role in making things happen in a viable way.
Hannes Snellman Summer School is a two-day event aimed at Swedish and Finnish law students, and this year, the topic is the impact of tech on contracts and negotiations. The event features lectures and discussions by practitioners from the legal and corporate world as well as networking with experienced experts and other law students. This year the event takes place at our Stockholm office in Sweden on 23-24 August 2018. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered for those who are selected into the programme and will be travelling from outside of Stockholm.
If you want to find out more about the impact that tech has on contracts and negotiations and what this can mean in practice for you as a future lawyer, make sure to apply to Hannes Snellman Summer School.
Please see the preliminary programme here.
For whom: Hannes Snellman Summer School is aimed at Swedish and Finnish law students who have already completed at least two years of study. You do not need to have any previous studies on the topic in order to apply. We are looking for law students with a genuine interest in the topic!
When: 23-24 August 2018
Where: Hannes Snellman, Kungsträdgårdsgatan 20, Stockholm
How to apply: Please submit your free-form application along with your CV and transcript of records by 30 April 2018 on our website. You should write your application and CV in English. In your short free-form application, we would like you to describe why you are interested in the topic and what your expectations for the Summer School are. We will contact the students selected for an interview on a rolling basis throughout the application period, so we encourage you to send your application in as soon as possible. The informal interviews will be conducted via video call, and you can expect the interview to last approximately 15 to 30 minutes.