EURASHE co-organised a Forum on Legal Education titled ‘Legal Education in the Russian Federation‘ in Brussels (Belgium) on 12 March 2012. It is organised by Flamenco, the Flanders Agency for Mobility and Cooperation in Higher Education and EURASHE. Underneath are further information on:
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Day 1 – Monday 12 March 2012
09.30 – Forum
Welcome by Piet Van Hove, Chairman Flamenco
Introduction by Stefan Delplace, Secretary-General EURASHE
Presentation on Law Education in Flanders
Presentation on Law Education in Russia and Ukraine, Vladimir Petrov ROSI, Iurii Boshytskyi KUL
Presentation Erasmus LLP project, by Kim Van der Borght Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Discussion on vision and policy, curriculum, methodology, research in Law Education
Opportunity to discuss cooperation between Russian and Flemish partners
12.00 – Lunch
More than 25 participants from Russia, Ukraine and Belgium attended the Workshop. They include the Provost of Kiev Law University of the Ukranian Academy of Science; lecturers from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel as well as Universiteit Gent.
Stefan Delplace, EURASHE‘s Secretary General represented the organisation along Simone Goetschalckx on behalf of Flamenco.
About 30 representatives of Flemish, Russian and Ukrainian higher education institutions participated in the meeting.
Kim Van Der Borght (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) gave an introduction on the study of law in Flanders, while Vladimir Petrov (Open Social Institute) and Iurii Boshytskyi (Kiev Law University of the Ukranian Academy of Science) presented the Russian and Ukrainian law studies respectively.
The aim of the meeting was to facilitate networking and to offer the Flemish, Russian and Ukrainian higher education institutions the opportunity to discuss future cooperation.
- 2012 Forum Legal: Invitation - NL (0.3 MB)
- 2012 Forum Legal: Participants list (0.3 MB)
- 2012 Forum Legal: Programme (0.3 MB)
- EURASHE: European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (1.2 MB)
- From the Bologna Process to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) (1.2 MB)
- Introduction and Welcome Speech (0.3 MB)
- Post-forum programme (0.4 MB)