Faculty of Law
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The University of Helsinki hosts the regional final of the prestigious European Law Moot Court Competition
The University of Helsinki and the Faculty of Law have the honour to welcome international law students to compete in European law in Helsinki on 4-7 February. The European Law Moot Court is the world’s largest and the most prestigious moot court competition in the field of European law. Every year accomplished students from high-ranking universities in Europe and the USA compete in oral legal argumentation skills before a bench of experienced legal professionals. The All-European final is held at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.
Cooperation agreement signed with Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)
Kutafin Moscow State Law University delegation Vice-Rector for academic and educational work Dr. Larisa Petruchak and Assistant Professor Dr. Victor Matchekhin visited the Faculty to discuss about future collaboration in research and education, and to sign a bilateral agreement. Previously there has been scientific cooperation in criminal law, and now both parties wish to develop their collaboration to cover more research areas as well as to start staff and student mobility programme.
During the visit vice-rector Petruchak gave a guest lecture on ‘Features of Russian Legal System’, and assistant professor Matchekhin on ‘Basics of Russian Tax Law’.
Finland received second place in a satisfaction survey of international students
In a survey conducted by the Dutch company StudyPortals, international students reviewed their university experiences in different countries. This year, Finland rose to second position among European countries thanks to well-organized student services and high levels of academic requirements. The best Finnish university was the University of Helsinki.
Kaarlo Tuori examines theoretical foundations of European constitutionalism
European Constitutionalism opens aspects on the nature of the European constitution. It is necessary to examine European constitutionalism in interaction with Member State constitutionalism, which is essential in channelling democratic legitimacy to the EU.
The book has been published by Cambridge University Press.
Seminar to celebrate UN at 70 and Finland's membership
The Erik Castrén Institute and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland arranged an event UN AT 70: Still Going Strong - UN Charter in Theory and Praxis at House of States, Helsinki, Finland August 28th 2015. In two panels discussions focused on peace and justice, including the rules on the use of force, and on the development of international organizations.
PKU-Helsinki Law Connection: consolidating co-operation between Peking and Helsinki Universities
The Faculty of Law hosted a delegation from the faculty of Law of Peking University, lead by its Dean Professor Zhang Shouwen, on 24-25 August 2015. The aim of this visit was to discuss the development and the consolidation of an already existing in-depth co-operation.
”Welcome to Faculty”-event gathered together the alumni and the new students
The Alumni and the new students of Faculty met to follow a panel discussion in Porthania PI September 2nd at 16:15.
28. Helsinki Summer Seminar
The 28th Helsinki Summer Seminar started August 17th, with more than 50 participants from over 30 different nationalities, backgrounds and ages.
Agreement establishing an Exchange Program between Han Kun Law Offices and the Faculty of Law
During his visit in China, Dean Kimmo Nuotio met with Ms. Jin Wenyu, Partner of Han Kun Law Offices, to sign an Agreement establishing an Exchange Program between the Law Firm and the Faculty of Law.
LERU law deans visited University of Helsinki
The Faculty of Law had the pleasure to host a meeting of LERU law deans in Porthania May 28-29, 2015. On the agenda were matters of doctoral education, for instance.
Legal competence to Mexico, China and Russia
A group of Helsinki-based legal scholars and Finnish representatives of the legal profession crossed the Atlantic to visit universities and courts in March 2015. For this visit, Dean Kimmo Nuotio was joined by Vice-Dean Jarna Petman, former President of the Supreme Administrative Court Pekka Hallberg and Pekka Nurmi, former Director General at the Ministry of Justice. The visit led to a decision to launch faculty-level cooperation between the University of Helsinki and UNAM.
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