Archive for March/2012

30
Mar

IE Law School organizes this Thursday April 12 a panel discussion entitled “The Modernization of Justice” which is to be held alongside the presentation of the degree in Spanish Law at IE University. 

The event will feature: 

–           Eduardo Torres-Dulce,  Attorney General of Spain

–          José M. de Areilza, Dean of IE Law School.

–          Soledad Atienza, Law Programs Director, IE Law School

–          Salvador Sánchez- Terán, Associate at Uría Menéndez.

–          Pedro Pérez-Llorca, Associate Director of PEREZ-LLORCA.

–          Federico Roig, Associate at Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira. 

The grants Rodrigo Uria, Advocacy and Humanities Scholarship, the PEREZ-LLORCA Scholarship for excellence in the practice of law, and Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira grant for innovative advocacy will also be presented at the event .

As you may recall, IE University began the academic year 2011/2012 with the novelty of the implementation of law studies at the campus of Segovia. For the next academic next year, IE University will expand its academic activities in Madrid in the fields of business management and law with the dual degree in Business Administration and Law. In this double degree, the future lawyers will have the opportunity to learn to conduct business, as well as future businessmen will acquire the legal knowledge necessary for success of their projects.

Date: Thursday April 12. Location: IE, Serrano 105, Madrid. Duration: 7.30 – 8.30pm

Eduardo Torres-Dulce, Fiscal General del Estado, en la presentación grado en Derecho español 

IE Law School organiza el jueves 12 de abril  una mesa redonda bajo el título “la modernización de la justicia”, que se celebrará con motivo de la presentación del grado en Derecho español de IE University. En el acto participarán: 

–           Eduardo Torres-Dulce, Fiscal General del Estado.

–          José M. de Areilza, Decano IE Law School.

–          Soledad Atienza, directora grado en Derecho IE Law School.

–          Salvador Sánchez- Terán, socio Uría Menéndez.

–          Pedro Pérez-Llorca, socio director PEREZ-LLORCA.

–          Federico Roig, socio Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira. 

En el acto se presentarán, asimismo, las becas Rodrigo Uría, Abogacía y Humanidades, la Beca PEREZ-LLORCA para la excelencia en el ejercicio del Derecho, y la beca Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira para la abogacía innovadora. 

Como se recordará, IE University inició el curso académico 2011/2012 con la novedad de la puesta en marcha de los estudios de Derecho en el campus de Segovia. Para el próximo curso, IE University ampliará en Madrid su oferta universitaria en gestión empresarial y leyes con el doble Grado en ADE y Derecho. En esta titulación doble, los futuros abogados aprenden a dirigir negocios, mientras que los futuros empresarios adquieren los conocimientos legales necesarios para el éxito de sus proyectos.   

Fecha: jueves 12 de abril. Lugar: IE, Serrano 105, Madrid. Duración: 19:30 – 20:30

30
Mar

Marco de Benito, a professor of Bachelor of Laws at IE University, published the article “Venezuela: adios al CIADI” in Expansion.com . Read More 

Marco de Benito, profesor de Derecho en IE University, acaba de publicar el artículo “Venezuela: adios al CIADI”  en Expansion.com Leer artículo

30
Mar

Interview with Richard Winchell (EE.UU.), member of JAB

Written on March 30, 2012 by Roberto Arribas in General

From March 27th to March 30th 2012, IE University’s Junior Advisory Board will hold its fourth annual meeting. Founded in 2009, organized and promoted by IE School of Arts and Humanities, Junior Advisory Board is a highly selective group of pre-university students, aged from 16 to 18, who advise IE University about the future of university education.

Interview with Richard Winchell (EE.UU.), member of JAB

How did you hear about JAB and what motivated you to take part in it?

I got involved with JAB after my father, a member of the International Advisory Board, suggested I apply. What really appealed to me was the truly international nature of the school. Also, it gave me an opportunity to travel to one of the most storied cities in all of Europe.  

What is the greatest challenge you are looking forward to on your future university?

I am looking forward to living independently; being an adult. I want to be able to take full responsibility and control of my own life, and college is really the first time where I can attempt to do so.  

Which aspects of your chosen university career interest you most and why?

Currently, I am still debating whether to pursue a career in Economics or Political Science. However, what interest me in both cases is the conceptual aspects of the economy and government, respectively. Both are integral components of a functioning society, and regardless of which I do decide to pursue, I would like to be able to demonstrate some form of mastery over both.  

What particular qualities do you believe a future leader should have?

A future leader should be smart, administrative, charismatic, devoted, and virtuous. The truly great leaders – Abraham Lincoln, Augustus Caesar, Charlemagne etc. – have all exemplified these qualities. However, the most important quality is an ability to stand steadfast in the face of adversity.

What do you find most valuable when choosing your university?

When I visit schools, the two things I always look at first are the quality of education, and the quality of student life. If the school provides a poor education, then it will not serve its primary objective of preparing its students be successful in their pursuits. However, no matter how great the education is, the quality of life for the student is equally important; four years of misery are not worth a great education.

30
Mar

Interview with Yvonne Cantarero Sanchez (Spain), member of JAB

Written on March 30, 2012 by Roberto Arribas in General

From March 27th to March 30th 2012, IE University’s Junior Advisory Board will hold its fourth annual meeting. Founded in 2009, organized and promoted by IE School of Arts and Humanities, Junior Advisory Board is a highly selective group of pre-university students, aged from 16 to 18, who advise IE University about the future of university education.

Interview with Yvonne Cantarero Sanchez (Spain), member of JAB

How did you hear about JAB and what motivated you to take part in it?

My mother is a member of the IE community. She was the one who told me about the program. I believe this a great opportunity for me to meet people from all over the world and be able to learn from each other. I find this opportunity very enriching, culturally speaking, and I look forward to meeting the rest the JAB members. 

What is the greatest challenge you are looking forward to on your future university?

I look forward to successfully merging with people who have different views and ideas than me, considering our differences in our cultural backgrounds. I think this experience will help me expand my horizons. 

Which aspects of your chosen university career interest you most and why?

In the future I plan on working within fields where I would be able to fully utilize my language skills. Therefore I wish to enroll in an international affairs major to further develop my knowledge within past, present and future cultural issues. 

What particular qualities do you believe a future leader should have?

A leader must be willing to sacrifice everything for their goal. A successful leader must be fully devoted to their cause. Turning back the hands of time, one would come across the bravery of leaders like Martin Luther King. By sacrificing his safety in advocating for African American rights, Martin Luther King was truly a leader of his generation. Success can only be reached through leadership that comes at the cost of sacrifice.

What do you find most valuable when choosing your university?

While going through college applications, I always keep in mind that the most important thing is my learning environment. Considering I will be living in that environment for at least four years, I always check the amount of international students each institution has. I strongly believe that a university with a high amount of international students is a place where all opinions are taken into consideration.

29
Mar

Onda Cero ha entrevistado a los alumnos de Comunicación con motivo de las I Jornadas “Democracia en red, una política enredada”. Estas jornadas reunieron en el campus de Segovia  de IE University a responsables de redes sociales de los principales partidos, que debatieron sobre cómo Internet ha cambiado la forma de hacer política. Fueron organizadas por los alumnos de cuarto curso de Comunicación de IE University.

Audio: Entrevista_Onda Cero_Democracia en red

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