In arrivo la prima summer school dedicata alle cliniche legali organizzata dal progetto europeo STARS!
Il Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza di Brescia ospiterà infatti da lunedì 1 luglio a venerdì 6 luglio 2018 una summer school aperta a un numero massimo di 10 studenti e 15 tra professori esperti di clinica legale o anche solamente interessati al tema, durante la quale fornirà uno spaccato delle attività svolte nel corso dell’anno.
Maggiori informazioni su modalità di registrazione, costi e criteri di ammissione verranno rese note nelle prossime settimane.
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We are extremely glad to announce to you that the University of Brescia, Department of Law, will host the first summer school organized within the European Project STARS – Skills transfers in Academia: a Renewed Strategy Enhancing Legal Clinics in the European Union”, from Monday, July 1st to Friday July 6th, 2018.
The project STARS, founded under the Erasmus+ programme, brings together the University of Luxembourg (coordinator) and Università degli Studi di Brescia, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic, and the Romanian-American University in Bucharest. It aims to renew teaching strategies within law schools by developing clinical legal education in Europe and stimulate innovative practices in legal teaching; formalize existing clinical legal education through the development of digital tools and the establishment of evaluation criteria; and promote the development of innovative legal research.
During the first summer school the Brescia Law Clinic will offer a structured replica of its traditional clinical activities, holding special clinical sessions and reproducing the methods and the pedagogical approaches applied in the Brescia law clinic, in order to share its experience with the participants. The sessions will be run in English and the substantial focus will be on Consumer Law.
The summer school addresses students and clinicians.
Maximum 10 students will be admitted to the summer school and they will receive partial grants to cover their stay in Brescia. Students will receive 4 ECTS for their participation and they will be awarded a certificate of attendance.
Maximum 15 Clinicians and, more in general, law professors interested in Clinical Legal Education will be admitted to the summer school, regardless of their experience.
Further information about the summer school, including a detailed program, schedule of sessions, costs, registration forms and admission criteria will be available within the next month.
We would be very glad if you, your colleagues and/or your students can join the event.
We rely on your willingfulness to share the information about the summer school with anyone you may consider interested.
Cristina Amato & Marzia Barbera