الرئيسية 4 الثقافية 4 الدكتور محمد بنطلحة الدكالي استاذ بكلية الحقوق مراكش يترأس فريقا بحثيا يشارك في ندوة دولية حول الآثار القانونية لفيروس كورونا

الدكتور محمد بنطلحة الدكالي استاذ بكلية الحقوق مراكش يترأس فريقا بحثيا يشارك في ندوة دولية حول الآثار القانونية لفيروس كورونا

الدكتور محمد بنطلحة الدكالي استاذ بكلية الحقوق مراكش يترأس فريقا بحثيا يشارك في ندوة دولية حول الآثار القانونية لفيروس كورونا

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الدكتور محمد بنطلحة استاذ العلوم السياسية يترأس فريقا بحثيا من كلية الحقوق جامعة القاضي عياض بمراكش والذي سيشارك في ندوة دولية حول الآثار القانونية لأزمة فيروس كورونا وذلك يوم 30 نونبر 2020.
الندوة تنظمها جامعة قطر بمشاركة عشرين جامعة عالمية، ويتكون الفريق البحثي الذي يرأسه الأستاذ محمد بنطلحة الدكالي بمساعدة الدكتور الحبيب استاتي زين الدين استاذ العلوم السياسية بكلية العرائش، وبعض من السادة الباحثين :
الدكتور حميد القلعي
الدكتور حسن البرنوصي
الباحث عابيدو بابيت
الباحث لحسن باحمو ،
الباحث توفيق عطيفي،
الباحث بوجمعة لحلو

Dear Colleague
I hope all is well.

We are approaching the end of the Fall semester 2020 and we are very excited that we will be able to present our findings with all of you on the legal implications of the Coronavirus crisis during the E – symposium that will be held on November 30th 2020.

Here are the details on the E- symposium:

1. The E -symposium will be held on Monday November 30th at 6 PM Doha time. Please find enclosed the exact time of the E – symposium at your time zone.

2. Each participant representing a law clinic will be speaking for 8-10 minutes.

3. As the instructor for the law clinic you may introduce the concept that you covered throughout the semester in 2 – 3 minutes and then let your students elaborate.

4. If you are going to participate by presenting your findings please confirm your participation no later than Thursday November 26th 2020.

5. If you are not participating by presenting you are very welcome to attend. Please confirm you attendance no later than Thursday November 26th 2020.

6. The E – symposium will be held through Webex platform. We will send you the link on Sunday November 29th 2020.

7. You may use powerpoint presentations yourself and in the meantime we appreciate a copy no later than Sunday November 29th 2020.

I trust that your students are working on the reports, I am sending some of ours. As we previously mentioned we will be publishing the final report by the beginning of 2021. Happy 2021.

For the Fall semester 2020, in partnership with 30 law clinics from 20 countries we covered the following eight issues: International Liability for Transmission and Proliferation of Viruses and Pandemics, Observance of Rules of International Human Rights Law in Addressing the Coronavirus Crisis, The Impact of Coronavirus Covid-19 on Contractual Obligations: Force Majeure and Hardship, Modifications of Employment Contracts to Address Coronavirus Covid-19, Criminal Liability for Transmission of Contagious Diseases and Epidemics, Economic Consequences of Coronavirus Covid-19: Debt reconstruction and Bankruptcy of Companies, The State’s Administrative Authority in Restriction of Freedom for the Protection of Public Security, Public Health and Public Tranquility, Social Responsibility and the Culture of Voluntarism: A Role for Civil Society and the Private Sector

We are preparing for our law clinic program for the Spring semester 2021. We are planning a similar program but focusing on eight new issues. We are thinking about The Constitutionality of Measures taken to Combat the Coronavirus Crisis, The Legislative Framework for Working Remotely, The Experience of Distance Learning during the Coronavirus Crisis, Small and Medium Economic Enterprises Facing The Global Pandemic, The Role of Law Clinics in Providing Legal Services during the Coronavirus Crisis, The Protection of Human Rights of the Vulnerable during the Coronavirus Crisis, The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations and Other Elements of Civil Society in Combating the Coronavirus Crisis and Human Experimentation for Medical and Scientific Purposes especially Producing a Covid-19 Vaccine.

These are the new eight issues that we suggest from our side. We appreciate very much any suggestions from your side.

We look forward to working with you in the new year.

Stay healthy and be safe.

Dhoha AL-Malki

Teaching Assistant of Law

Legal Skills Department

College of Law – Qatar University

P.O. Box: 2713 / Doha-Qatar سيشارك في ندوة دولية حول الآثار القانونية لأزمة فيروس كورونا وذلك يوم 30 نونبر 2020.
الندوة تنظمها جامعة قطر بمشاركة عشرين جامعة عالمية، ويتكون الفريق البحثي الذي يرأسه الأستاذ محمد بنطلحة الدكالي بمساعدة الدكتور الحبيب استاتي زين الدين استاذ العلوم السياسية بكلية العرائش، وبعض من السادة الباحثين :
الدكتور حميد القلعي
الدكتور حسن البرنوصي
الباحث عابيدو بابيت
الباحث لحسن باحمو ،
الباحث توفيق عطيفي،
الباحث بوجمعة لحلو

Dear Colleague
I hope all is well.

We are approaching the end of the Fall semester 2020 and we are very excited that we will be able to present our findings with all of you on the legal implications of the Coronavirus crisis during the E – symposium that will be held on November 30th 2020.

Here are the details on the E- symposium:

1. The E -symposium will be held on Monday November 30th at 6 PM Doha time. Please find enclosed the exact time of the E – symposium at your time zone.

2. Each participant representing a law clinic will be speaking for 8-10 minutes.

3. As the instructor for the law clinic you may introduce the concept that you covered throughout the semester in 2 – 3 minutes and then let your students elaborate.

4. If you are going to participate by presenting your findings please confirm your participation no later than Thursday November 26th 2020.

5. If you are not participating by presenting you are very welcome to attend. Please confirm you attendance no later than Thursday November 26th 2020.

6. The E – symposium will be held through Webex platform. We will send you the link on Sunday November 29th 2020.

7. You may use powerpoint presentations yourself and in the meantime we appreciate a copy no later than Sunday November 29th 2020.

I trust that your students are working on the reports, I am sending some of ours. As we previously mentioned we will be publishing the final report by the beginning of 2021. Happy 2021.

For the Fall semester 2020, in partnership with 30 law clinics from 20 countries we covered the following eight issues: International Liability for Transmission and Proliferation of Viruses and Pandemics, Observance of Rules of International Human Rights Law in Addressing the Coronavirus Crisis, The Impact of Coronavirus Covid-19 on Contractual Obligations: Force Majeure and Hardship, Modifications of Employment Contracts to Address Coronavirus Covid-19, Criminal Liability for Transmission of Contagious Diseases and Epidemics, Economic Consequences of Coronavirus Covid-19: Debt reconstruction and Bankruptcy of Companies, The State’s Administrative Authority in Restriction of Freedom for the Protection of Public Security, Public Health and Public Tranquility, Social Responsibility and the Culture of Voluntarism: A Role for Civil Society and the Private Sector

We are preparing for our law clinic program for the Spring semester 2021. We are planning a similar program but focusing on eight new issues. We are thinking about The Constitutionality of Measures taken to Combat the Coronavirus Crisis, The Legislative Framework for Working Remotely, The Experience of Distance Learning during the Coronavirus Crisis, Small and Medium Economic Enterprises Facing The Global Pandemic, The Role of Law Clinics in Providing Legal Services during the Coronavirus Crisis, The Protection of Human Rights of the Vulnerable during the Coronavirus Crisis, The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations and Other Elements of Civil Society in Combating the Coronavirus Crisis and Human Experimentation for Medical and Scientific Purposes especially Producing a Covid-19 Vaccine.

These are the new eight issues that we suggest from our side. We appreciate very much any suggestions from your side.

We look forward to working with you in the new year.

Stay healthy and be safe.

Dhoha AL-Malki

Teaching Assistant of Law

Legal Skills Department

College of Law – Qatar University

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