Welcome to the Swiss National Group's website of ELSA, the European Law Students' Association.
If you are visiting us for the first time and want to learn more about ELSA take a look at ELSA and You. General information about ELSA can be found at About ELSA. All ELSAnians can find information for them and their Local Groups at Key Areas.
And you can find current events organized within the Swiss network by ELSA Switzerland or its Local Groups at Events.
Enjoy your stay!
Additionally, one of the several experiences I made was the feeling you get when taking the floor and addressing all participants from all around the world and of all kind of nations. That was definitely something else than to give a speech in front of a lecture hall filled with fellow students.
To do so, the delegates discussed about a report on the international patent system and several preliminary studies that had been prepared since the last session of the SCP in 2008.
Both times I could gain fantastic insights into the work of the United Nations and experience how the delegates of different nations discussed and debated about actual topics and how decisions were made.
The first report 2013-14 is now available, covering the the tme from transition to the first ICM
As you all know, at the 1st of July Croatia became the 28th member of the European Union. Two former ELSA member played an active role in the application and negotiation procedure and will hold prominent positions in the European Union:
Soon the website of newly founded ELSA Cyprus will go online.
As awareness for human rights grows within and outside of ELSA, the European Law Student's Association now issue this fundamental matter in a Europe wide Moot Court competition.