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Wednesday, 27 March 2024
PEPP Students March 2024
Image: Eugene Shevchuk

Last week, the Programme in European Private Law for Postgraduates (PEPP) visited the Faculty of Law. Twenty-three PhD students came to Cambridge from our partner universities in Genoa, Hamburg, Katowice, Leuven, Maribor, Münster, Valencia and Zagreb to discuss their research, attend lectures and seminars and engage in a moot court. It was a great pleasure hosting this diverse group of dedicated young scholars.

PEPP is a one-year taught programme, targeted at doctorate students who work in the field of private law in the European context. The aim of PEPP is to allow the participants to experience other legal cultures first-hand, build up a European network of peers and to enhance the quality of the academic work of each participant.

Professor Mark Elliott, Chair of the Faculty of Law, said: "The Faculty is delighted to be part of the PEPP network allowing our PhD students in private law to research and establish working relationships on a European level. I am very grateful to the many colleagues who have contributed lectures, seminars and planning to make the week at Cambridge a great success."

For further information please see the PEPP website or contact the Cambridge organiser, Professor Felix Steffek (