11th Summer School (17-28 July 2023)

11th Law Schools Global League Summer School in Sustainability and Technology at King’s College London

Call for Course Proposals

We are now accepting course proposals for the 11th LSGL Summer School, which will take place across two weeks from 17-28 July 2023. Two courses will be held in each week of the summer school.

We would particularly like to welcome proposals for courses relating to the theme of sustainability and technology, which complements this year’s academic conference theme of transition to net zero.


This call is open to all academic staff at member institutions of LSGL.
Each course should be developed and co-taught by at least two convenors from different member schools.


An honorarium of €2,500 will be divided between the two convenors teaching each course.
Lodging at a local hotel will be provided for each convenor for six nights (arriving Sunday, departing Saturday). Air fare should be paid for by the institution sending the convenor.

Course Proposal Requirements:

The names of the co-conveners;
The subject of the course and breakdown of topics for the course; The significance of the theme of sustainability and technology; Proposed assessment and teaching methods;
Suggested bibliography (including texts to be discussed in class); Availability for each week of the summer school;
Academic CVs of co-conveners.

Deadline for Proposals

The deadline for submitting course proposals to LSGL-Kings@kcl.ac.uk is 22 March 2023. The LSGL presidency and the host institution will evaluate the proposals and make final selections.


For queries about the summer school or courses, please contact the host institution at LSGL-Kings@kcl.ac.uk. We look forward to receiving your proposals to offer another outstanding summer school programme!

LSGL Summer School Guidelines

The LSGL Summer School gives students a cutting-edge learning experience in exploring the challenges of the legal profession in an increasingly globalized world. Building on the genuine global features of LSGL and collaboration of LSGL-members’ faculty coming from all major legal systems in designing and instructing the courses, the LSGL Summer School offers participants a unique professional and social opportunity that is unmatched by the current market for summer schools


The chief audience for the LSGL Summer School is students enrolled in the LSGL member institutions who have completed at least one year of law education. The member schools will aid in attracting and recruiting applicants. Each LSGL member school shall pay to the host institution €1,000 tuition fee for one student. Please note that payment is due even if no students are sent by the institution member.

Design and Instruction of Courses:

To maximize the benefits of LSGL as a global academic partnership, courses for the summer school should be designed and taught as a collaboration of LSGL members’ faculty, bringing together knowledge from different legal systems, sources in different languages that could be translated into English, and methodological diversity. Professors should avoid lecture- style classes, preferring instead student-centered teaching methods.

Schedule of Courses and Credit Value:

To meet certification requirements, allowing students to transfer credits earned at the LSGL Summer School to their home law schools, a one-week course will be comprised of 700 minutes of class work. This number meets the U.S. ABA requirement for a 1-credit course, which is strictest time-standard for a 1-credit among LSGL member schools. Each daily session will be comprised of 140 minutes of class work (5 X 140 = 700).

Evaluation and Grading:

To allow students to transfer credits to their home law schools, students’ performance in the LSGL Summer School should be evaluated and graded. For this purpose, the LSGL Summer School will establish a standard set of evaluation and grading rules.

Since the courses will be condensed, evaluation will be based on one in-class exam or a final paper. The course convenors will decide in advance on their evaluation method (exam or paper) and this will be stated in the summer school’s handbook. The submission date of a final paper will be set by the course convenors, but the grading process must be completed by the middle of August (as pass/fail), to allow students to transfer credits to their home law schools in the subsequent term.

Certification and Grade Sheet:

LSGL is the body authorized to issue certificates and grade sheets to students in the LSGL Summer School. All documents will be produced and signed by LSGL’s authorized officers.