Advance Course in European Company Law took place at National University „Odessa Law Academy“, Ukraine

Advanced Course in European Company Law took place on 5th to 8th November 2015 in Tempus Centre at National University „Odessa Law Academy“. Advanced Course consisted of numerous lectures given by European and domestic legal experts, during which the attendees from Ukraine, Russia and the EU had opportunity to pose questions and to give their remarks. The aim of this Advanced Course was to introduce young researchers and teachers working at the co-beneficiaries in Partner Countries to current challenges in European Company Law – freedom of establishment, abuse of right to register company by third countries’ nationals, history of European economic integrations through centuries, supranational company forms, free movement of capital and new initiative called Capital Markets Union.

Domestic lecturers also gave their overview of management of company’s assets at Ukrainian financial markets, challenges and prospects of Ukrainian path to the EU as well as domestic competition law issues in light of EU law.

Special attention was given to legal and economic aspects of Ukrainian admission to the EU integrations. European perspectives were presented by Professor Hana Horak, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Professor Rajko Knez, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Assistant Professor Kosjenka Dumančić, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Assistant Zvonimir Šafranko, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Assistant Kristijan Poljanec, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb. On behalf of Partner Countries’ co-beneficiaries, lectures were given by Assistant Professor Mykhailo Katsyn, National University „Odessa Law Academy“, Julia Dorozhkina, lecturer at Donetsk National University, Vinnitsa, Assistant Professor Daryna Dvornichenko, National University „Odessa Law Academy“, Assistant Professor Dmytro Kova, National University „Odessa Law Academy“ and Assistant Professor Yulia Akimenko, National University „Odessa Law Academy“. Beside members of academic community, Advance Course was attended by 20 local students who got familiar with modern issues of EU law.

The course was an opportunity to meet President of the National University „Odessa Law Academy“ Sergei Kivalov and Rector Professor Volodymyr Zavalnuk, to sign into The  Book of Guests and press conference. During the meeting with University administration, Project Coordinator had a chance to discuss current issues and challenges of Ukrainian HE system and prospects of future collaboration between co-beneficiaries within the Project. Advanced Course ended with solemn ceremony at which the Certificates of Attendance were delivered to each attendee.

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Advance Course in European Company Law

Advance  Course in European Company Law will take place from 4 to 8 November 2015 in Odessa, Ukraine. The aim of the Course is to provide in-depth training on modern issues of European integration, European Company Law for Partner Countries staff, young researchers, assistants and lecturers employed at Partner Countries institutions.

Please find the Programme of Advance Course here.

The presentation of master program “International and European Law” at Kazan Federal University

The presentation of master program “International and European Law” took place on 23rd of September 2015. at the Kazan Federal University.

Roustem Davletguildeev and Gulnara Shaikhutdinova presented to students of law faculty new master program «European and International law». The new program became a result of a successful cooperation between higher educational facilities from European Union, Ukraine and Russia – participants of Tempus IV Project 544117-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-HR-TEMPUS-JPCR InterEULawEast, as prof. Davletguildeev noted in his welcome speech.
Prof. Davletguildeev emphasized attention on general learning outcomes of the new master program, it advantages and perspectives for students who will attend it.

Prof. Shaikhutdinova stated that international nature of disciplines taught in the framework within the master program «European and International law» is the main advantage which may open the mind and make students more competitive on labor market.

The presentation attracted more than two hundred students all over the Kazan Federal University as well as from other universities of the city of Kazan.

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International Forum “Educational and Cultural Area of the Commonwealth of Independent States: Development Vectors”, Voronezh, 12-14th May 2015

Presentation of InterEULaw East Project and meeting on monitoring results, 12th May 2015 

On 12th May 2015 Prof Horak presented InterEULawEast Project within International Forum “Educational and cultural area of the Commonwealth of Independent States: development vectors”, which took place on 12-14th May 2015 at Voronezh State University, Russian Federation. Forum gathered numerous participants from Russian Federation, EU, Ukraine and former USSR countries.  Prof Horak pointed out main aims and objectives, relevant facts on the Project implementation and achievements of InterEULawEast Project. After the presentation, Prof Horak replied to several questions on project implementation, which were posed by colleagues from other ongoing projects. The discussion showed interest of wider public as regards implementation of master programme in International and EU law.

In the afternoon hours, Anna Muravieva, National Erasmus Officer, Prof Horak and representatives of other co-beneficiaries participated at discussion on results of monitoring of the Project. Aim of the meeting was to find methods of improving project implementation in line with current needs of Russian high educational system.

Methodological workshops: Learning Outcomes, Voronezh State University, 13th May 2015

On 13th May 2015 well-known expert Dr Declan Kennedy of Cork University, Ireland, gave series of lectures on writing and using learning outcomes. This interactive methodological workshop gathered numerous participants including staff members of InterEULawEast Project. Dr Kennedy pointed out importance of proper writing and using learning outcomes in preparing master programmes. This was a chance for staff of project co-beneficiaries to learn more, aiming at improving current master programme and harmonise it with standards and best practices of Bologna process.

All staff members successfully passed workshops and certificates of attendance were solemnly awarded.



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