Innovative teaching on law & social change

24 aug 2018 15:40 16:40 ENG

LawTransform and partner institutions in Brazil, the USA, South Africa and India won an INTPART grant (2018-21) to collaborate on strengthening their teaching in the field of Law & Social Change. The ambition is to improve and develop new models for research-integrated teaching, starting with the Bergen Exchanges PhD course on “Effects of Lawfare”. In this session, which launches the project, presents the core ideas of the program and challenges students of this year’s Bergen Exchanges PhD course to point to new directions. This project is supported by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) and the Research Council of Norway. 

Chair: Lara Cortes (CMI/LawTransform)

With: Christopher Faulkner (PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science, University of Central Florida), Clio Radomysler (), Francisco Gandolfi de Tulio (Master’s student in Law and Development, Faculty of Law of Fundação Getúlio Vargas – São Paulo (FGV), Joseph Cozza (PhD candidate in comparative law, University of Texas), Soumya Jha (Research Associate with the Land Rights Initiative, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi) and Thandiwe Matthews (PhD Researcher,Erasmus University Rotterdam and Senior Researcher, South African Human Rights Commission).

This event forms part of the Bergen Exchanges on Law and Social Transformation and is free and open to the public.