The Compostela Group of Universities and the Centre of Studies in European Law organise a legal laboratory
The ‘I Legal Laboratory about culture and sustainable development’, coordinated by the Compostela Group of Universities in collaboration with the Centre of Studies in European Law of the University of Minho, will take place between the 11th and 12th September in Braga and different locations in Galicia.
The legal laboratory is addressed to jurist and experts interested in cultural rights, protection and promotion of cultural heritage. This activity matches academic activities, like workshops focused on knowledge acquisition, with cultural outings that would be a chance for participants to observe in situ the public policies built around Saint James’ Way. The School of Law (University of Minho) will held the academic activities in Braga on the 11th and on 12th September, the participants will visit diverse locations of the historical patrimony of Galicia.
The working languages for the legal laboratory would be Spanish and Portuguese. In order to ensure academic achievement, the maximum number of participants is limited to 45, allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Registration for the ‘I Legal Laboratory about culture and sustainable development. Saint James' Way’ is now open and will be closed on 15th August.
The registration fee is 225 euros and includes the necessary materials for the course, liability insurance, transport, meals and the cultural visits listed on the programme. For students who can only join the legal laboratory one day, it is possible to register for just one workday. In this case, the registration fee would be 125 euros for 11th September and 120 euros for 12th September.
At the end of the course, the participants will receive a diploma issued by the Compostela Group of Universities and Centre of Studies in European Law from the University of Minho.
Find more information about the 'I Legal Laboratory about culture and sustainable development' on its website.
Download here the programme of the ‘I Legal Laboratory about culture and sustainable development. Saint James' Way’ .