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Prezados Alunos,

Gostaria de divulgar o Intercâmbio de Direito para os  Estados Unidos em Abril de 2014, seguem as informações:

Nome do IntercâmbioTRANSNATIONAL PROGRAM

Vão estudar:

  • International Law,
  • Human Rights Law,
  • Environmental Law,
  • US Constitutional Law
  • US Criminal Law

AondeUGA – LAW

Athens, Georgia -USA ….Athens fica a cerca de 1 1/2 hrs de Atlanta

www.law.uga.edu

Quando: 12-23 de Abril 2014

Participantes : alunos, ex-alunos e Aberto a todos da comunidade que estejam interessados e sejam da area de Direito

Pré-requisitos para participar do Intercambio:

  • Inglês – Intermediario/avançado
  • Passaporte Válido
  • Visto de Turista

Pré-Inscrições : Os interessados precisam fazer a Pré-Inscrição na Coordenação de Direito.

Matriculas e Pagamento: 17 à 28 de Fevereiro 2014

com a Freedom Intercambios

Custo do Pacote Fechado; U$ 1.490 dolares

Forma de Pagamento: À VISTA – Ao Cambio do dia do pgto

Inclue:

  • 5 dias de Curso com certificado da University of Georgia-Law
  • Hospedagem com café da manhã
  • Tour de Athens
  • Transfer  Aeroporto Atlanta- Athens- Atlanta
  • Seguro de Grupo
  • Camiseta UNINASSAU

Description of the courses:

International Law by Professor Diane Marie Amann (5 hours)

This course will examine the doctrine, theory, and evolution of public international law.  Once focused narrowly on relations between nation-states, the field now encompasses myriad legal norms and mechanisms regulating the global activities not only of states, but also of human beings, corporations, and intergovernmental and nongovernmental networks and organizations. Lectures will examine these developments as they play out in treaty-based, customary, and soft law, and in institutions at the international, regional, and national levels. A few international law subfields also may be discussed, in areas such as criminal justice, the economy, and the use of force.

Introduction to US Constitutional Law by Professor Randy Beck (3 hours)

This class will be taught in three lectures. Topics for discussion will include the structure and powers of the three branches of the U.S. government, the relationship between the federal government and those of the various states, and the constitutional protections afforded to individual rights.

Introduction to US Criminal Law by Professor Erica Hashimoto (3 hours)

This course will cover the basics of the criminal justice system in the United States, including both the substance of criminal laws and the rights of criminal defendants in the process of adjudicating guilt.  It is designed to familiarize students both with the ways in which conduct is criminalized and with the basic subjects covered by the criminal statutes, including the vast array of victimless crimes (including drug crimes and prostitution). The course will then address the myriad constitutional rights of criminal defendants, including the right to counsel, the right to plead not guilty and to have guilt proven beyond a reasonable doubt at trial, the right to disclosure of exculpatory information, and the right to a speedy jury trial.

International Environmental Law by Professor Tim Meyer (2 hours)

Professor Meyer will give an overview of international environmental law, discussing the history and evolution of the field.  The course will then cover selected major topics in international environmental law, including the climate change regime, sustainable development, and the intersection between international environmental treaties and free trade and investment treaties.

U.S. Environmental Law by Professor Peter Appel (2 hours)

Professor Appel will lecture on US domestic environmental law, with a focus on those areas that have been influential in other legal regimes either through international application or by adoption of US principles in other countries.  The course will focus on hazardous waste regulation and clean up, protection of water and air resources, environmental assessment and evaluation before major projects, and protection of sensitive resources such as endangered species and wilderness.

Sunday April 13 2014

  • ·         Students travel from Atlanta airport to Athens

Monday April 14 2014

  • ·         Free time in Athens

Tuesday April 15 2014

  • ·         Registration (9:00-10:00)
  • ·         University of Georgia Group Campus Tour (10:00-11:00)
  • ·         Tour of the law school with the Dean’s Ambassadors (11:00-11:45)
  • ·         Lunch (12:00-13:30) – Welcome by Dean Rusk Center Director Don Johnson
  • ·         Lecture – International Law: an Introduction (13:30-14:25), DMA
  • ·         Refreshment Break (14:25-14:40)
  • ·         Lecture – Constitutional Law: An Introduction (14:40-15:30), RB

Wednesday April 16 2014

  • ·         Lecture – Constitutional Law (10:00-10:50), RB
  • ·         Refreshment Break (10:50-11:00)
  • ·         Lecture – International Law (11:00-11:50), DMA
  • ·         Refreshment Break (11:50-12:00)
  • ·         Lecture – International Environmental Law (12:00-12:50), TM

Thursday April 17 2014

  • ·         Lecture – International Environmental Law (10:00-10:50), TM
  • ·         Refreshment Break (10:50-11:00)
  • ·         Lecture – Constitutional Law (11:00-11:50), RB
  • ·         Refreshment Break (11:50-12:00)
  • ·         Lecture – International Law (12:00-12:50), DMA
  • ·         LL.M. Presentation (1:00-1:30)
  • ·         Mixer with University of Georgia Law LL.M. and J.D. Students (19:00)

Friday April 18 2014

  • ·         Lecture – US Environmental Law (10:00-10:50), PA
  • ·         Refreshment Break (10:50-11:00)
  • ·         Lecture – US Criminal Law (11:00-11:50), EH
  • ·         Refreshment Break (11:50-12:00)
  • ·         Lecture – International Law (12:00-12:50), DMA

Saturday April 19 2014

  • ·         Free time in Athens and Atlanta

Sunday April 20 2014

  • ·         Free time in Athens and Atlanta

Monday April 21 2014

  • Lecture – International Law (9:00 – 9:50), DMA
  • ·         Lecture – US Environmental Law (10:00-10:50), PA
  • ·         Refreshment Break (10:50-11:00)
  • ·         Lecture – Criminal Law (11:00-11:50), EH
  • ·         Refreshment Break (11:50-12:00)
  • ·         Lecture – U.S. Criminal Law (12:00-12:50), EH
  • ·         Closing lunch and Certificates (1:30 – 2:30)

Tuesday April 22 2014

  • ·      Free time in Athens

Wednesday April 23 2014

  • ·         Students travel from Athens to Airport

Att.

Thiago Deiglis

Coordenador do NPJ

escrito por Samara Coelho

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