The pilot phase of the future AMELIE Master has started in Fall 2012 at the University of Vienna-Austria. In Spring Term 2012, 11 participants from Asia tested the prototype of the future spring term curriculum. In Fall Term 2012, 6 participants from Europe and Africa test the curriculum protorype of the future fall term. The AMELIE Project also involves testing modules which have been or are about to be carried out in Stockholm, Frankfurt and Florence. (See call for testing modules)
Vienna University has submitted the Progress Report end of October 2012, on behalf of the AMELIE Consortium.
Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main new host of the Academy's LLM-Programme in Legal Theory: In early November 2013, the faculty board of the law school and the academic senate of the Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main have approved the Academy's new curriculum for the EALT Master's Course in Legal Theory and gave green light for its implementation from academic year 2014/15 (start in October 2014) onwards. The new EALT curriculum has been developed within the Academy's Erasmus Multilateral Project ("Advanced Master's Course of the European Academy of Legal Theory in European Legal Culture and Jurisprudence"), bringing together 10 European partner universities, academic associations and companies who took the lead in bringing the renowned Academy Master's Course at a new level. For further information and links for the 2014/15 intake of the new LLM-Programme in Legal Theory click .
The 8th and 9th of June 2012, the AMELIE consortium met in Palermo, during the Summer School on Human Rights.