Administrative personnel attended a 3-day workshop on interpersonal skills hosted by Alen Marot, as the final round of workshops for Faculty students and overall staff engaged in legal education. The employees working in administration, accounting and Dean’s office mostly acknowledged the skills as personally and professionally important and useful in everyday practice.
More than 40 students attended the workshop hosted by Mariza Menger, PhD on Monday, February 22nd in an online edition, due to ongoing circumstances and epidemic measures. Webex platform, in this case, provided a solid digital surrounding for the participants who had an opportunity, at least those included as students mentors, to introduce themselves as […]
Our associate Jelena Majstorović, Attorney at Law, was the host of another clinical hub introducing a common topic: divorce and legal actions that comprise the procedure. Students were interested in finding out the specifics that guide the procedure such as minors, domestic violence, civil vs. canonical marriage, etc. Assistant professor Dejan Bodul, PhD was co-hosting […]
Further group, altogether 13 teachers attended the 2nd cycle workshops, finishing the education course and acquiring new set of interpersonal skills. The workshop was held during 4 days and was mentored by Asja Lajtman Bosilj.
As of February 17th, the Faculty administrative personnel is attending a workshop on interpersonal skills mentored by Alen Marot, psychologist. The similar workshop was given to Faculty teachers and students as the skills that may be trained there have been recognized by experts and youth as useful in professional and personal communication. The workshops scheduled […]
Around thirty students attended the online course held by a Supreme Court Judge, Mr. Dragan Katić. He selflessly offered the presentation of his aspect on legal and professional specifics in such role as his; mostly involving students in a Q&A model so that the majority of their dilemmas are targeted and answered. He broadly explained […]
Our students have participated in the first cycle of interpersonal skills workshop that was led by experienced trainers Asja Lajtman Bosilj and Alen Marot. The workshop took place on Zoom platform during the whole week (five days) although finals are now being organized in most courses at the Faculty.
On January 28th, law students attended a new clinical hub organized by Praxis Iuris team. Hub host, Irena Lerner, attorney in Rijeka, introduced land registry procedures as a form of a particular field of law being faced with major changes due to digitalization of the data and data entries. Altogether five law students were well […]
Praxis Iuris project team met on January 25th, 2021 with a purpose to discuss the project’s first year resolution and finalization of the activities that have so far been conducted. The Legal Clinic – Free Primary Aid Centre is being founded by Faculty Council while most concern was aimed at opening Conference, scheduled for March […]
Faculty of Law teachers attended a four-day workshop on interpersonal skills last week, organized by Praxis Iuris team. The teachers were introduced with some new, and some well known facts on relations and communication having mostly impact on their professional work environment and had, as meny said, an upgrade of skills’ set being set well […]
A round of ten Clinical hubs was reached yesterday with a new case presented by Matej Miletić, atorney in Rijeka. The students were well engaged in finding a best solutions within the legal framework, especially the Free Legal Aid Act. Unjust enrichment was a basis subject matter of the moot reasoning, having also various impacts […]
On 14th January 2021 attorney Toni Primorac presented a new case for our students based on practical consistency and extramarital property issues. The students were introduced with papers giving a factual course on legal reasoning that followed an opening discussion. The students, some of them new to this type of student’s practice, were well informed […]