From 17 to 21 June, our ESR Cornelia Furculita took part in the iCourts Summer School. The iCourts
Summer School is high-level summer school for PhD students working on international courts in their
social and political context. During a week together with other participants Cornelia assisted at
different lectures focused on interdisciplinarity, methodology and dissemination. The iCourts Summer
School is also based on the principle of active participation. Therefore, Cornelia together with other
participants discussed her research with leading iCourts scholars. Thus, she presented her research
project, the research question, methodology and outline and discussed the possible audience for it. She received valuable feedback and also actively commented on other participants’ projects.