This Friday, May 10, the 3rd Conference on Legal Research Municipality of Medellín: Law research at the CES University, where a project of articulation between the academy and the state will be announced. The event is organized by the Office of Legal Knowledge Management of the Medellín Mayor's Office together with the Research Coordination of the University's Law School.
The Legal Research Days are meetings that are scheduled each year by the Medellín Mayor's Office with different universities and research groups.
In this year, the research seedbeds that the Faculty has, will expose the works that are being carried out or that have already been completed, where the lines of research that make up the legal study group are touched: the line of legal study in computer science and technologies , the line of social security, medical responsibility and labor law, the line of private law, the line of public law and the line of procedural law.
“It is important at this time in the research area to make alliances with the public sector, and what is currently being done is to take this work to a more applied research, which in this case would be working with the public sector, what for? Well, to help you solve some needs that they have at this time”, Affirmed the research coordinator of the Faculty of Law of the CES University, Clara Maria Mira González.
Among the special guests at the conference are the students of the Faculty of Law of our U: Sergio Correa Correa with The effectiveness of resolution 1216 of 2015 on dignified death in Colombia; Darlis Johana Altamiranda Morales and Sara Rebeca Mendoza Ríos with the investigation Jurisprudential line on the recognition of rights to the LGTBI community; Felipe Castañeda and María Fernanda Medina with Factors associated with access to employment for people with disabilities; Diana Matilde Insuasty Obando with research History of medical history and electronic medical history: a critical look; Juan Pablo Arenas Agudelo will present The internal armed conflict in Colombia in the judgments of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: the Colombian case, and finally, Julián Arango Quiroz in charge of the investigation The principle of proportionality and itinerant innkeepers in Medellín: A preliminary analysis from the judgments of the administrative court and the Council of State.
The coordinator Mira González clarified that “This is fundamental because it is about taking research, not inside the doors of a University where we also learn, but to the community, and in that sense the public sector as well as the Mayor's Office of Medellín, which has a need in that theme”.
This event will take place in the Guillermo Cano Auditorium, on the second floor of the Municipal Administrative Center - CAM, on Friday, May 10, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
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