Office for International Relations
Veveří 70, Brno 611 80
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611 80 Brno
|Monday||12.30 - 15.00|
|Tuesday||12.30 - 15.00|
|Wednesday||12.30 - 15.00|
|Thursday||12.30 - 15.00|
|Friday||12.30 - 14.00|
About the workplace
The Office for International Relations provides organizational and administrative support for active and passive international contacts of the Faculty within the student as well as teacher mobility, especially in the following areas:
- staff mobilities abroad incl. financial administration,
- stays of foreign staff and students at the Faculty on the basis of university agreements and other approved programs,
- informing academic and non-academic staff and students about offers of internships and scholarships abroad, summer schools, conferences,
- selection procedures for study stays offered by the Faculty or university in the framework of exchange programs,
- agenda of contracts with foreign universities and faculties for student and teacher mobility exchange programs,
- organization and support of foreign visits and programs based on partnership agreements,
- agenda of the Faculty and staff membership in international associations and professional organizations,
- foreign correspondence agenda.
The Faculty of Law carries out foreign activities in many forms. These consist of teacher and student mobilities, but also of active cooperation between individuals, disciplines and the whole institution.
At institutional level, this is the mobility within the Erasmus exchange program. It involves both students and academic and non-academic staff. The Faculty of Law has established cooperation and contracts with more than a hundred foreign universities from thirty European countries. A more intensive form of Erasmus cooperation is implemented through the Rotterdam Law Network (a network of 35 universities from 30 European countries), which the Faculty is a member of.
Further cooperation is realized on a bilateral contractual basis. Long-term relationships have been established with UIC John Marshall Law Schoool (Chicago, USA), University of Gdansk (Poland), or the University of Vienna (Austria) in the form of joint projects, publications and short-term programs.
The Faculty also cooperates with: US and Canadian universities (UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law - USA, Thompson Rivers University - Canada), Uganda Christian University (Uganda), O. P. Jindal Global University (India), Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Ukraine), National Taiwan University (Taiwan), Saratov State Law Academy (Russia), Tsinghua University - School of Law in Beijing (China), University of New South Wales (Australia), University of Lima (Peru), Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, School of Law and Politics (Georgia). The Faculty further cooperates with the University of California - Hastings College of the Law (USA) as well as the University of Dayton - School of Law (USA) on the basis of appointments of the Faculty of Law graduates to the LL.M. programs at these partner universities, or with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office; Alicante, Spain) and EPO (European Patent Office - Munich, Germany), where the Faculty students and graduates can go for internships. The offer for internship also includes the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the United Nations Office and other International Organizations at Geneva (in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
The activities of foreign teachers in the courses at the Faculty of Law are also supported by the cooperation with the Center for International Legal Studies - CILS (Salzburg, Austria), incoming senior lawyers; teach specialized intensive courses. Other successful international activities of the Faculty include students' participation in international moot courts, e.g. Human Rights Moot Court Competition, Roman Law Moot Court Competition, FDI Moot Court or Vis Moot.
Based on the long-term cooperation with Universität Wien, The John Marshall Law School (Chicago, USA), European Academy of Legal Theory and Goethe-Universität, the Faculty of Law has organized a successful "Autumn School of Legal Writing and Related Global Legal Skills" for several years.
- Since 2003, the Faculty has been a member of the ELFA – European Law Faculties Association, founded in 1995. The Faculty is also a member of the IALS (International Association of Law Schools) and Rotterdam Law Network. The Rotterdam Law Network, bring together 35 law schools from 30 European countries.
Academic staff hold important positions in the following international organizations:
- Centre Interprofessionnel de Médiation et d’Arbitrage
- Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie
- Vienna Core Group
- European Research Group on Existing EC Private Law
- Forschungstelle für die Rechtsentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa
- International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property
- International Society of Family Law
- Defence for Children International
- Association des Alumni et des Amis de l‘Institut suisse de droit comparé
- The European Law Students Association
- Academic Society for Competition Law
- International Association of Legal Science
- l‘Institut de droit comparé
- Deutsch-tschechische Juristenvereinigung e.V.
- European Group for Public Administration
- Federation Internationale des Corps et Assotiations Consulaires
- The Common Core of European Private Law
- Institut für Deutsches und Europäisches Parteienrecht und Parteienforschung
- International Association of Penal Law
- International Criminal Law Network
- The European Anti-Fraud Office
- Société de législation comparée
- International Law Association
- World Jurist Association
- Gesellschaft für Rechtsvergleichung e.V.
- Gesellschaft Junger Zivilrechtswissenschaftler e.V.
- Avosetta Group
- Information and Organization Center for the Research on the Public Finances and Tax Law in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe
- International Network of Customs Universities
- International Academy for the Study of the Jurisprudence of the Family