Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - European Law School (ELS) — EULysses

Students and Alumni Networks


European Law School Students and Alumni e.V.

The alumni network provides a platform to facilitate contact between current and former ELS students, allowing them to get to know students in different years regardless of their respective places of study. We represent the interests of the students with the ELS administration, ensuring that the students’ perspectives are taken into account in the internal decision-making of the ELS.

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Amsterdam.jpgThe alumni network organises different common activities (kick-off drinks each semester in Berlin, Brown Bag Lunches, fieldtrips…) and hence promotes the exchange of experiences between the different years and places of study. For the day-to-day exchange between students the network set up a Facebook-Group, as well as a Facebook-Site and its own Website.






At the end of the day, the alumni association is what we make of it. So take initiative and get involved with the association, e.g. the organisation of a Brown Bag Lunch or the participation at an information event for incoming students! We would therefore like to invite you to join the association. To that effect you can either download the membership form, print and sign it, then scan and send it via e-mail to us or by post to the adress of the Humboldt European Law School.


Become member: Download the Membership Form !





President: Friedrich Kliebenstein (Berlin)

Secretary General: Felix Janousek (Berlin)

Treasurer: Jonas Grundmann (Berlin)

Representative in Paris: Nora Hertz

Representatives in Berlin: Nadja Baumert and Leopold Raab

Alumni Representative: Agnese Colucci





Association des Juristes Européens de Paris II

The Association des Juristes Européens de Paris II aims to support the students of the programme as well as to promote the European Lawyer Programme with students and professionals.

You can find them on their own website: and on their facebook-page:



President: Emilie Pierrejean