The discipline looks into the system of rules and regulations that are usually enforced through a set of institutions and works as a major social mediator between people. The field of law encompasses a wide range of academic disciplines including constitutional law, international law, European law and criminal law.
Studying law equips students with advanced communication skills and keen problem-solving abilities. Students are expected to have superior language skills and self-discipline since considerable workload needs to be managed during the studies. A degree in law allows students to develop determination, commitment, intellect and stamina. It enables students to analyze both sides of complex problems and to come up with an effective and unbiased solution. The knowledge and skills gained from a law degree provide a solid foundation for an exciting and challenging career path as a solicitor or barrister. Graduates can also have a vast number of opportunities in almost every industry with their ability to examine, negotiate and communicate with diverse people.
Since its first edition in 2005, the International Summer University has gained increasing global recognition. We are proud to again be the host to students from all over the world this summer. Our courses, all of them taught in English, are designed to challenge and inspire participants in highly popular fields of intellectual property and biotechnology.
The Pembroke-Kings Programme (PKP) offers an exceptional opportunity for outstanding undergraduates to experience Cambridge student life over eight weeks, the length of a regular University term. Living in Pembroke or Kings Colleges, students choose three courses from the forty-five on offer, including courses in the arts, social sciences, business and management, humanities and sciences.
In our world, many conflicts exist. In general, political and financial investments in violent strategies are much higher than investments in non-violent conflict resolution. Therefore, the United Nations propagates the development of a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World. It strives to change those mechanisms and evidences of cultures which legitimate the use of violence in conflict at every level of the society.
The U.S.-German Summer School in International and Comparative Law is the flagship of law programs in international high-quality teaching at the Law School.
This six week-long program will focus on courses related to international and comparative law and the international institutions located in The Hague and Brussels.
In deze cursus wordt gekeken naar de mogelijkheden te komen tot een proactieve beheersing van potentiële conflicten. Bij gebreke van zodanige voorzieningen dient het recht de oplossing te bieden.
Students who come to the University of Haifa International School for a semester or year will have an experience they will never forget! Our wide range of special track programs and courses fulfills any student's academic interest. Courses in the International School are taught in English by faculty from a variety of departments within the University of Haifa. All courses are academically accredited in accordance with the standards and criteria of North American and European Universities.
The aim of the course is to introduce participants to medical, forensic, and regulatory toxicology. The course will focus on the recognition and treatment of intoxications. Much attention will be paid to the daily practice of medical and forensic toxicology. Basic skills for expert witnesses giving evidence in court will be learned. Most if not all toxicologists will touch upon regulatory issues sooner or later in their career. Basic knowledge of legal principles in common law is, therefore, essential for toxicology registrars. Knowledge on laws pertaining to pharmaceuticals and other chemicals should be acquired.
This course provides an introduction to the basic principles and features of law, legal and regulatory frameworks in general but is aimed at those with an interest / involvement in the water and environment sectors.
Course covers thestudy of lawyer’s work peculiarities at every stage of the trial, as well as the analysis of ECHR legal positions on key articles of the Convention 1950 and its Protocols. Lectures are given by professors, human rights defenders and lawyers with successful experience in submitting applications to the ECHR. Control of knowledge received is organized in the form of a game: students prepare an applicationto the ECHR which is considered at the session imitatinghearingsat the ECHR.
The course will reflect upon the history and the current challenges of the European Union as the most ambitious project of supranational integration. While the project of integration was based on the quest for peace in its beginnings, it became clear over the years, that the economic benefits for members were beginning to be the main incentive for further integration. But facing a financial crisis, the EU begins to question its roots and aims.
The European Summer School 2012 (ESS 2012) is titled 'Europe at the Crossroads' and focuses on perspectives of the European integration process in this decade, taking the current political and economic crisis of the EU into account. The courses will cover a wide range of topics ranging from the Central European economies to Energy security and climate change issues.