The Institute of International Relations (Faculty of Political Science and International Studies) and The Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw kindly invite to attend the course “Leadership” provided by Dr. Ketevan Iremashvili from Tbilisi State University.
The course will take place in room 102, Collegium Iuridium III, Oboźna 6, on 10thMay (Thursday) from 15.00 till 18.00.
Leadership course is an intensive interactive training program for students with no limits to level of their education (Bachelor’s/Master’s) or grades. The purpose of the program is to create an alternative learning atmosphere for students as future professionals and challenge their self-assessment skills and values.
Ketevan Iremashvili, PhD, Carnegie Fellow Graduated from Tbilisi State University Faculty of Law in 2006. In 2005 selected by the American Bar Association Legal Education Program as a Street Law trainer (educational program adopted from Georgetown University Law Center). In 2006 she completed her internship at American Bar Association Legal Education Program where along with Street Law she started exploring the foundations of clinical education. In charge of fist-hand clinical program launched at Tbilisi State University – Street Law clinic. In 2009 at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA as a Carnegie Fellow where she conducted a research on Clinical Legal Education. She established Mediation Clinic at the University of Georgia Faculty of Law.
* Guest lecture financially supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education – DIALOG program – within Comparative Social Law course.