Customised In-House Training Courses and Tailor-Made Study Visits

In addition to our regular events, we also offer in-house seminars and study visits to public and private institutions all over Europe. These courses can include similar content to our regular programme, or can be designed in cooperation with you to meet your specific needs.

We work with established experts from the European Commission and EU Member States, as well as high-level lawyers and consultants, who support Lexxion as both authors and speakers. At an in-house training or study visit they will focus on and analyse your institution’s particular needs.


Thematic scope

The core expertise of Lexxion – as a training centre and legal publisher – are the following areas:

  • European State Aid and Competition Law
  • Structural Funds (European Regional Development Fund, European Social Fund, Cohesion Funds)
  • European Procurement and Public Private Partnership
  • European Food and Feed Law
  • Carbon & Climate and Renewable Energies
  • Risk Regulation

This list is not exhaustive – if you are interested in training on another topic, we would be happy to assist you in the conception and organisation of your seminar.

Please contact us for more information.

    Inhouse Trainings

    Your choice

    Design the seminar with us and decide on topics, speakers and format.

    Your needs

    Develop a programme that is perfectly customised to your professional and personal needs.

    Why organise a tailor-made course with Lexxion?
    Your team

    Train a group of employees simultaneously to ensure that everyone is on the same page.

    Your budget

    Keep control of the budget of your tailor-made course.

    If you are interested, please use our Newletter to stay informed about our upcoming conferences, workshops, trainings and current published journals in our core areas of EU competition, data protection, substances and environmental law, as well as exciting new projects in emerging technologies and digitalisation.

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