Ewha signs agreement with Ministry of Justice
Ewha signs agreement with Ministry of Justice
  • Kwon Yu-bi
  • 승인 2010.03.02 12:05
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        To familiarize the public with law, the Ewha Law School has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to provide joint support for special lectures and legal advice to citizens including local children, teenagers, and those who feel themselves to be social outcasts. These programs, which will begin this spring, will focus on Gender Law and Biomedical Law. The theme of the MOU is “Law to share; law to make us happy.” As announced on January 13 in the official press material, the ministry hopes that Korean law schools will be at the forefront in building an advanced constitutional state. 
        In addition to special lectures, both the ministry and the school will provide legal practice programs and legal clinics. The Ewha Law School will work on specific plans such as opening up a new practice course to attract students to volunteer service. 
        The ministry said that it will actively help the school by providing guidelines on volunteer work and dispatching instructors.
Additionally, both the ministry and the Ewha Law School expect to strengthen ties by conducting joint research and seminars. 
        The ministry signed similar MOUs with six universities, including Korea University, Kyung Hee University, and Sungkyunkwan University, in 2009. The agreement with Ewha, signed on January 14, is the first such MOU in 2010. The ministry is expected to continue with 18 other law schools.

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