The program is organized also in partnership with Lund University Faculty of Political Sciences in Sweden, University of Provence Aix Marseille I – CNRS Centre of Comparative Epistemology and Ergology in France, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Spain, University of Eastern Piedmont Faculty of Economics in Italy, University of Pavia, Faculty of Law in Italy, Catholic University of Milan Faculty of Law, Istanbul Sehir University in Turkey.
This program is multidisciplinary and is aimed at students, young graduates and senior professionals with a background in law, political sciences, international relations, philosophy, economics, environmental sciences, engineering and any other relevant discipline that can be related to the topics of the program.
The first curriculum is called “Summer Institute on Climate Change and Environmental Protection” (SICCEP). It addresses issues such as energy policies, environment law and sustainable development, intellectual property and technology innovation. The second curriculum is called “Summer Institute on Intellectual Property Rights and China” (IP-China). The participants (students and professionals) who will enroll in all the scheduled courses and seminars will receive the certificates for both curricula. It is an innovative program that takes into account the training demands of young professionals on these issues, drawing on relevant curricula received from international organizations and the private sector.
Both the curricula have been approved by the Italian National Bar Association(Rome) with 24 credits valid for lawyers and practicing lawyers.
The Summer Law Institute will include the following topics:
1) Introduction to Chinese Law, Institutions & Politics (20h) SICCEP and IP-CHINA 2) Global Environmental Governance (14h) SICCEP 3) Environment, Science and Society: a Philosophical Introduction (14h) SICCEP 4) Law, Policy and Economics on Climate Change (14h) SICCEP 5) Introduction to Chinese Intellectual Property Law and Technology Transfer (20h) IP-CHINA 6) European American and Chinese Approaches to Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Policy (20h) IP-CHINA 7) Governance of Energy Transitions: Towards Low-Carbon, Sustainable Society (14h) SICCEP.