The legal situation in the field of asylum and residence law is constantly changing.

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You would like to become cousellor for the RLC or are generally interested in asylum and migration law? Every winter semester we offer a series of lectures in german and European asylum and residence law.

That lecture is followed by a series of lectures every summer semester where the contents and skills learnt in the winter semester are deepened through the work with cases from practice in asylum and residence law. 

Our lectures are open to anybody. No registration is needed.

Our lectures are held exclusively in German and therefore we cannot provide any materials in English.

Start of the lecture on 03/11/2020, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Introduction to German and European asylum and migration law

The winter semester 2020/21 is going to start soon and with it begins also our lecture on asylum and migration law. The lecture will be given by Barbara Wessel and Pauline Endres de Oliveira and will take place weekly on Tuesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The first lecture will be held on 03/11/2020. Pre-registration is not necessary.

 

Due to the corona pandemic, the event will be held digitally via Zoom. We will publish the link and all further information shortly before the start of the semester. On the right you will find an overview of our events in the past year as well as some literature recommendations for those interested.

 

The lectures are the first part of an annual training series of the RLC Berlin, at the end of which (from July 2021) an application as a voluntary legal advisor is possible. Due to the digital semester, the requirements for future applicants will differ somewhat from those of previous years. We will communicate more details and the exact requirements for an application in July 2021 at the beginning of the semester.

 

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