Professores Visitantes

Além dos programas de intercâmbio, a Escola também incentiva a realização de seminários e conferências internacionais, além de oferecer cursos de curta duração ministrados por professores visitantes. 

Ementas dos Cursos

 

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  • Nov
    2017

    Transnational Law Experiments

    Peer Zumbansen
    King's College London
    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Out
    2017

    Class Action and Aggregate Litigation Models

    Daniel Jutras
    McGill University
    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Set
    2017

    Introduction to the Legal Aspects of Technical standards and standartization in the field of information technology

    Kees (C.) Stuurman
    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Set
    2017

    The Laws of the city: Uber, Airbnb and the globalization of sharing economy

    João Taborda da Gama
    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Ago
    2017

    U. S. Regulation of Foreign Corrupt Practices

    Kevin Davis
    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Mai
    2017

    The Digital Future of the Oldest Information Profession

    15 h/aula
    1 credito
  • Bryant G. Garth

    B.A. 1972 Yale University, magna cum laude, with highest honors in American Studies J.D. Stanford Law School 1975, Order of the Coif, Editor-in-Chief, Stanford Journal of International Studies. Ph.D. (European Doctorate in Law) European University Institute, Florence, 1979.

  • Cesar Garavito

    Profesor Asociado e Director Programa Justicia Global y Derechos Humanos. Áreas: Teoría Jurídica y Derecho Internacional.
     

  • Cristina Barettini
    Cristina Barettini

    Dr. Cristina Barettini is Lecturer in European Union Law and Italian Private Law at the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Turin (Italy), where she also manages the International Relations.
    She specializes in EU Consumer Law and teaches in international Master courses at the ESCP-EAP and the Institute of European Studies in Turin, as well as the Business School of Turin University. She has taught extensively abroad as a visiting professor in Eastern Europe, the United States, Africa and Taiwan.
    Dr. Barettini is the author of several publications in English and Italian on Consumer Law, Human Rights and Ethical Issues and coordinates the course on “Migration – Challenges and Opportunities for Europe” by the International Training Centre of the ILO, the International and European Forum of Migration Research and the Institute of European Studies of Turin University.

  • Professor Daniel Jutras' teaching and research interests are in civil law and comparative law, and he now conducts research in the law of obligations from a comparative and pluralist perspective. He is also pursuing a few research projects on judicial institutions and civil procedure. Professor Jutras is frequently invited to speak on these issues before judicial and academic audiences in Canada and in Europe.

    From 2002 to 2004, Professor Jutras was on leave from the Faculty, and acted as personal secretary to the Chief Justice of Canada, the Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, in the position of Executive Legal Officer of the Supreme Court of Canada. He is a former Director of the Institute of Comparative Law and has served as Associate Dean (Admissions and Placement), and Associate Dean (Academic) in the Faculty. He was Dean of the Faculty of Law from 2010 to 2016, after having previously led the Faculty as Interim Dean for a period of eight months.

    He was named to the Wainwright Chair in Civil Law in 2011. In 2013, Professor Jutras was appointed by the Supreme Court of Canada to serve as amicus curiæ in the Reference on the Reform of the Senate of Canada, and was awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. The Barreau du Québec awarded him the Advocatus Emeritus (Ad.E.) distinction in 2014 and its Mérite award in June 2016.

    In January 2016, Professor Jutras was named a federal member of the Independent Advisory Board for Senate Appointments by the Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister of Democratic Institutions.