AUTH offers Lifelong Learning courses within a framework ensuring top-notch educational outcomes in line with the role of a public university, but also corresponding to the needs of professionals and all those seeking knowledge in an ever-evolving world. Consistent with AUTH’s accreditation policies, the Law School offers credit upon completion of its Lifelong Learning courses, as well as formal certification thereof.
The majority of courses offered are interdisciplinary and are taught by Faculty Members from different departments of the University itself, guest Professors and lecturers from other universities or research institutes, and other distinguished instructors (affiliated with international organisations, etc.). These courses are addressed to graduates of the law school (and other schools), attorneys, and other professionals, irrespective of their educational background and country of origin.
The Law School currently hosts two Lifelong Learning programmes, in the form of two summer schools held every July under the auspices of the Research Institute for Transparency, Corruption and Financial Crime and the Laboratory for the Research of Medical Law and Bioethics (in conjunction with the National Bioethics Commission), respectively.
Online summer school: “Current developments on financial crime, corruption and money laundering: European and international perspectives” <https://websites.auth.gr/anticorruptionlab/actions/online-summer-school-current-developments-on-financial-crime-corruption-and-money-laundering-european-and-international-perspectives/>
6th international summer school: Autonomy and health care in the (Post)pandemic era <http://medlawlab.web.auth.gr/6th-summer-school-autonomy-health-care-in-the-post-pandemic-era/>