Training and Research Project

EU law training in English language: blended and integrated content and language training for European notaries and judges

Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, 03 September 2018 - 02 September 2020

Newsletter

Please find herewith the newsletters that have been created by the Fondazione Italiana del Notariato as to inform the partners and any interested party on the Project activities and results.

 
We wish you a good reading.
The Project Team

 
Newsletter No. 4 - 31/10/2019



On 25 and 26 October 2019 in Plovdiv (Bulgaria), at the Grand Hotel Plovdiv, the third seminar of the Project EuLawInEN was held on the subject of "Succession and Family law in practice”. 
 
Two notaries and two judges who were trained at the "Train of Trainers Course”, held in Rome from 18 to 22 March, became trainers themselves at the third seminar that reached over 30 participating legal professionals, among whom notaries and judges. 

The methodology applied at the seminar has been once more the C.L.I.L. (Content and Language Integrated Learning), thus granting EU law and English language learning. Moreover, the serious practical game was introduced at the start of the training event as ice-breaking activity contributing to create a favorable environment for later discussion of practical cases and best practices. Few solutions to the identified cases were also proposed at the workshop delivered in the afternoon of the second day, where three groups composed of notaries and judges worked together for two hours on EU Regulations application to various scenarios. Finally, one simulation with one case of the e-learning serious game was presented and tested for the first time towards the end of the seminar and the project team collected feedback from the attendants in real time.

The previous seminar (the second) was held in in Budapest (Hungary), on 8 and 9 July, and it reached 50 participants, 25 being legal professionals constituting the main target group of trainees to become trainer themselves. The Hungarian seminar was in fact enriched by a Round Table of discussion that facilitated further analysis on specific issues addressed in the EU Regulations under consideration in the project (650/2012-1103,1104/2016).

Next year, three more training seminars and exchanges of best practices will be delivered in Budapest on 27/28 January 2020, in Sofia (Bulgaria) in April 2020 (dates to be defined) and in Rome June 2020 (dates to be defined).



Brunella Carriero
Scientific Coordinator of the Project
 
 
 

Newsletter No.3 - 07/05/2019

Newsletter No. 2 - 28/03/2019 

Newsletter No.1 - 19/12/2018