Innovation of University Teaching in a Digital, Multilingual and Globalized society. A Perspective from the Project Erasmus+ CBHE CALESA

The Covid-19 Pandemic caused changes in everyone’s lives. The need to reconcile the continuation of daily activities with the sanitary measures to protect against the spread of the disease required creative and innovative responses from society. In relation to the teaching of Law it was no different, and the Project CHBE CALESA has much history to tell in this regard.

The Project CALESA, funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Program, brings together several European and Philippine universities for a great exchange of knowledge to contribute to the modernization of legislation, teaching and research in Law in the Philippines.

On September 20-21, delegations from the various partner universities in this project will gather at NOVA University Lisbon to share their experiences and build innovative ideas in teaching and researching Law in a Digital, Multilingual and Globalized society, especially shaped by the pandemic of recent years.

We therefore invite all those interested in the field of teaching and education in general to come and contribute to this debate. This Conference is free of charge and registration can be made at the link below. We would be honored by your participation!

Programme

NOVA School of Law – Scientific Council Room

NOVA School of Law – Dean’s Meeting Room

NOVA School of Law – Scientific Council Room

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

 

Current developments in the Philippine Judiciary

Hon. Alexander G. Gesmundo

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines

 

Reactor: President João Caupers (confirmation pending)

Portuguese Constitutional Court

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Atrium

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

Chair: Athina Sachoulidou

Assistant Professor, NOVA School of Law

 

Challenges and Adjustments in Clinical Legal Education: The U.P. Law Experience

Professor Carlos Vistan, Dean of the College of Law of the University of the Philippines Diliman.

 

Reforms in Legal Education: What are the Challenges and Solutions in a Digital and Globalised Context?

Marie-Luce Paris. Associate Professor in Law at University College Dublin Sutherland School of Law. Academic Director of the UCD Centre for Human Rights

 

Contemporary challenges for Higher Education through an Ignatian approach

Marian Alaez, Associate Professor in Law at DEUSTO University

 

The Socratic Method in Philippine Legal Education: Impressions and Reflections on the Perceived Prevailing Pedagogy

Ma. Ngina Teresa Chan-Gonzaga, Vice-Dean of the School of Law of the Ateneo de Manila University

 

Case Study of Ateneo de Zamboanga University

Mary Anne Alba, Ateneo de Zamboanga University

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

Chair: Professor Margarida Lima Rego

Vice Dean, NOVA School of Law

 

Evolution of Philippine Civil Law: Jurisprudential Borders and Legislative Crossroads

Hon. Alfredo Benjamin S. Caguioa

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines

 

Recent Developments in Criminal Law in the Philippines

Hon. Mario V. Lopez

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines

 

University education facing the social and technological change: The evolution from an analogic culture to a digital one

Prof. José Manuel Torres Perea

Universidad de Málaga

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Atrium

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

Chair: Athina Sachoulidou

Assistant Professor, NOVA School of Law

 

Judicial Education for Judges

Chancellor Rosmari D. Carandang, Supreme Court of the Philippines/Philippine Judicial Academy

 

Resilience to Covid 19 through the implementation of the Erasmus+ CBHE CALESA project: The experience of the College of Law and College of Liberal Arts of the University of San Agustin, Iloilo, Philippines.

Professor Jose Mari Tirol, Dean of the School of Law of the University of San Agustin

 

Ensuring No Interruptions in the Ateneo Law School’s Education Mission during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Jose Mari Hofileña, Dean of the School of Law of the Ateneo de Manila University

 

Students’ Learning Experiences on the Flexible Online Learning During the Pandemic

Claribel Concepcion, Ateneo de Zamboanga University

NOVA School of Law – Scientific Council Room

Chair: Laura Íñigo Alvarez

Post-Doc Researcher, NOVA School of Law

 

CALESA and Airtable: How to survive working with a human team located around the world and being successful

Elena Avilés Hernández, Universidad de Málaga

 

Adaptation of Korean language teaching during the covid-19 pandemic at the University of Málaga

Patricia Chica Morales and Aurelia Martin Casares, Universidad de Málaga

 

Opportunities in legal teaching after the pandemic: Educational Coaching as an innovative tool in a Digital, Multilingual and Globalized society

Andrés Bautista Hernáez, Universidad de Málaga

NOVA University Lisbon Rectory – Senado Room

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