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General Board / Law Students World Federation
« on: February 16, 2011, 01:41:02 PM »
"S Law Society" aims to gather law students from major universities across the world so as to learn in a different way and to extend this influence in our future life as lawyers by creating strong links with law students all over the world.

To do so we have made partnerships with the Student Law Society and with student's association in major universities in every continent. Among those universities : Aberdeen, Alger, Athens, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bogota, Bombay, Cairo, Cambridge, Chili, Denver, Geneva, Harvard, Kent, Leicester, Leeds, Madrid, Manchester, Oxford, Seattle, Seoul, Sophia, Stanford, Sydney, Teheran, UCLA, USC, Westminster, Warwick, Yale.

The Law Students World Federation has an international dimension, the goal of this federation is :

- to help all law students in the success of their studies

- to defend the interests, rights and the integration in a professional environment of law students

- to promote international exchanges and the relationship between students and professionals at a global level

- to further a closer relationship between solicitors, barristers, judges and the authorities in the legal world

- to facilitate a closer relationship between all legal professionals globally

- to create an international law review

- to create the first global internship database

- to establish international conferences with partner countries to advance the communication of professional and cultural knowledge in the legal world

- to organise seminars and trips, especially with emerging countries in the legal world, allowing cultural and professional exchanges in the legal field

- to open the study of the modern law discipline to complementary techniques and sciences such as marketing, psychology, neuro-linguistic program

- to place law in the mind of young lawyers in a subsidiary position to comprehension, communication, negotiation, mediation and arbitration

- to promote law as a construction device and not only as a dispute-resolution device

Web : http://www.lswf.org
Email : contact@s-lawsociety.com
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Law-students-world-Federation-S-Law-Society/172184059483815

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Law Society
« on: August 27, 2010, 08:45:22 PM »
S Law Society is an international association for students and legal professionals worldwide.
If you wish to :


•   Find out ways of discovering law, of asking and discussing technical issues
•   Be informed about the legal news of various countries and contribute to our magazine and our international sources
•   Meet and host international students
•   Find out the various outlets of studies in international law
•   Facilitate the exchange of training programs
•   Organize or participate in conferences
•   Or just take part in student life at university and its' events

This association is created for you.
Events will take place starting from the new academic year. Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to participate in our projects.

Continue to enjoy your holidays.

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General Off-Topic Board / Law Society
« on: August 27, 2010, 08:44:49 PM »
This association aims to gather law students from major universities across the world so as to learn in a different way and to extend this influence in our future life as lawyers by creating strong links with law students all over the world.
To do so we have made partnerships with the Student Law Society and with student's association in major universities in every continent. Among those universities : Aberdeen, Alger, Athens, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bogota, Bombay, Cairo, Cambridge, Chili, Denver, Geneva, Harvard, Kent, Leeds, Madrid, Manchester, Oxford, Seattle, Seoul, Sophia, Stanford, Sydney, Teheran, UCLA, USC, Westminster, Warwick, Yale.

Our goals :


To put law students and professionals in touch across the world

This website's first practital end is to help students in their legal research (common law, comparative law, international law…). Moreover, the students can learn about other legal cultures and exchange with foreign students thanks to our different sections (international news, forum…)

The creation of an international magazine written by law professionals and students of the participanting universities.

The establishement of links between students to facilitate exchanges and meetings (by a "Brother-Sister" system in partnership with the Student Law Society of foreign universities.

The organization of lectures (with the intervention of international speakers)

The planning of parties and students'events

The organisation of more informal gatherings (competitions)

Internships offers in France and abroad in collaboration with our partners.


Welcome, join us …

contact@s-lawsociety.com
Website: http://www.s-lawsociety.com

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General Board / Re: Law Society
« on: August 27, 2010, 08:42:39 PM »
S Law Society is an international association for students and legal professionals worldwide.
If you wish to :


•   Find out ways of discovering law, of asking and discussing technical issues
•   Be informed about the legal news of various countries and contribute to our magazine and our international sources
•   Meet and host international students
•   Find out the various outlets of studies in international law
•   Facilitate the exchange of training programs
•   Organize or participate in conferences
•   Or just take part in student life at university and its' events

This association is created for you.
Events will take place starting from the new academic year. Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to participate in our projects.

Continue to enjoy your holidays.

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General Board / Law Society
« on: August 27, 2010, 08:41:47 PM »
This association aims to gather law students from major universities across the world so as to learn in a different way and to extend this influence in our future life as lawyers by creating strong links with law students all over the world.
To do so we have made partnerships with the Student Law Society and with student's association in major universities in every continent. Among those universities : Aberdeen, Alger, Athens, Berlin, Beyrouth, Bogota, Bombay, Cairo, Cambridge, Chili, Denver, Geneva, Harvard, Kent, Leeds, Madrid, Manchester, Oxford, Seattle, Seoul, Sophia, Stanford, Sydney, Teheran, UCLA, USC, Westminster, Warwick, Yale.

Our goals :


To put law students and professionals in touch across the world

This website's first practital end is to help students in their legal research (common law, comparative law, international law…). Moreover, the students can learn about other legal cultures and exchange with foreign students thanks to our different sections (international news, forum…)

The creation of an international magazine written by law professionals and students of the participanting universities.

The establishement of links between students to facilitate exchanges and meetings (by a "Brother-Sister" system in partnership with the Student Law Society of foreign universities.

The organization of lectures (with the intervention of international speakers)

The planning of parties and students'events

The organisation of more informal gatherings (competitions)

Internships offers in France and abroad in collaboration with our partners.


Welcome, join us …

contact@s-lawsociety.com
Website: http://www.s-lawsociety.com

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General Off-Topic Board / International Law Society
« on: July 29, 2010, 10:36:06 PM »
Dear all,

We are a group of French law student (University of Paris, la Sorbonne) and our society aims to create links between universities.

The purpose of this association is to bring together law students from leading universities around the world in order to learn differently outside the academic straitjacket sometimes a little too theoretical and formal. This association provides a method of learning based on an international student assistance, to help every one of them to enrich oneself intelligently in the context of his studies. And much more, it also aims to extend its influence in our future legal life.

Talking, sharing and learning in another way that the courts, the right of neighboring countries.

Would you be interested in creating a newspaper, website, meetings to allow people to exchange and learn and compare the law and forge ties between practicing law throughout the world?

Tell me your answer,
Already more 200 students in 30 universities in 20 countries


COLLIN G.
-President Sorbonne Law Society-

contact@s-lawsociety.com
www.s-lawsociety.com

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Meta Discussion / International Law Society
« on: July 29, 2010, 10:34:57 PM »
Dear all,

We are a group of French law student (University of Paris, la Sorbonne) and our society aims to create links between universities.

The purpose of this association is to bring together law students from leading universities around the world in order to learn differently outside the academic straitjacket sometimes a little too theoretical and formal. This association provides a method of learning based on an international student assistance, to help every one of them to enrich oneself intelligently in the context of his studies. And much more, it also aims to extend its influence in our future legal life.

Talking, sharing and learning in another way that the courts, the right of neighboring countries.

Would you be interested in creating a newspaper, website, meetings to allow people to exchange and learn and compare the law and forge ties between practicing law throughout the world?

Tell me your answer,
Already more 200 students in 30 universities in 20 countries


COLLIN G.
-President Sorbonne Law Society-

contact@s-lawsociety.com
www.s-lawsociety.com

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News Discussion / International Law Society
« on: July 29, 2010, 10:32:13 PM »
Dear all,

We are a group of French law student (University of Paris, la Sorbonne) and our society aims to create links between universities.

The purpose of this association is to bring together law students from leading universities around the world in order to learn differently outside the academic straitjacket sometimes a little too theoretical and formal. This association provides a method of learning based on an international student assistance, to help every one of them to enrich oneself intelligently in the context of his studies. And much more, it also aims to extend its influence in our future legal life.

Talking, sharing and learning in another way that the courts, the right of neighboring countries.

Would you be interested in creating a newspaper, website, meetings to allow people to exchange and learn and compare the law and forge ties between practicing law throughout the world?

Tell me your answer,
Already more 200 students in 30 universities in 20 countries


COLLIN G.
-President Sorbonne Law Society-

contact@s-lawsociety.com
www.s-lawsociety.com

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General Board / International Law Society
« on: July 29, 2010, 10:28:02 PM »
Dear all,

We are a group of French law student (University of Paris, la Sorbonne) and our society aims to create links between universities.

The purpose of this association is to bring together law students from leading universities around the world in order to learn differently outside the academic straitjacket sometimes a little too theoretical and formal. This association provides a method of learning based on an international student assistance, to help every one of them to enrich oneself intelligently in the context of his studies. And much more, it also aims to extend its influence in our future legal life.

Talking, sharing and learning in another way that the courts, the right of neighboring countries.

Would you be interested in creating a newspaper, website, meetings to allow people to exchange and learn and compare the law and forge ties between practicing law throughout the world?

Tell me your answer,
Already more 200 students in 30 universities in 20 countries


COLLIN G.
-President Sorbonne Law Society-

contact@s-lawsociety.com
www.s-lawsociety.com

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