Found 40 courses
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Antonios Maniatis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration- Division of Hospitality and tourism management, TEI of Athens

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Introduction to Civil and Commercial Law

Chryssoula Tsene - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, University of Patras

The complexity of modern civil and commercial transactions induces the need of understanding and interpreting the basic concepts of civil and commercial law, that govern the legal transanctions between individuals and other bodies corporate or uncorporated. The aim of this course is to provide students with university education which will enable acquisition of knowledge of legal principles and rules of civil and commercial law, by focusing on the following topics: general principles of civil law, conditions of validity and protection of rights according to greek civil code, law of obligations, law of contracts, contractual liability, tort, property law, company law.

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Νομικής: Ecclesiastical Law I (Erasmus)

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Τhe system of relations between church and state in Greece and in the member states of the European Union. Legal aspects of the individual right to religious freedom as envisaged enshrined in Greece and in the European Union. Organization, legal personality and administration of religions.

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Ecclesiastical Law IV

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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Ecclesiastical Law III

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the relations between state and religions or religious communities or communities of non-believers, amongst the member-states of the European Union with a catholic, protestant, or mixed (catholico-protestant) tradition.

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INSTITUTIONS OF EUROPEAN PEOPLES (19th-20th centuries) II

Kiriakos Kiriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

INTERNATIONAL LAW OF CONCORDATS BETWEEN HOLY SEE AND STATES. LAW OF ECCLESIASTICAL AGREEMENTS AMONG GOVERNMENTS AND STATES.

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Ecclesiastical Law I (PG)

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the Guidelines on the Legal Personality of Religious or Belief Communities, launched by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institution and Human Rights (ODIHR) and developed jointly with the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission.

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History of Greek and Roman Law

Kalliopi Papakonstantinou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Chronological periods and sources of Greek and Roman law. Basic elements and institutions in the legislations of Charondas, Zaleykos, in the city of Lakedaimonians, of Athenians and of Cretans. Basic elements and institutions of ancient Rome during the periods of regnum, respublica and imperium romanum.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW – POSTGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES - Business and Human Rights

Maria Gavouneli - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

In today’s globalized market conditions, the international business activity has gained great importance with direct impact on human rights respect and especially the ones related to the protection of labor relationships, the environment and sustainable development. In 2015, the Human Rights Committee initiates a round of consultations "on an international legally binding instrument on transantion corporations and other businesses with respect to human rights". This conversation is based on UN’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which emphasize the State’s obligation to protect the human rights, the Corporations’ obligation to protect the human rights, and the need to constitute judicial and non- judicial means to restore any related violations. The Guiding Principles have already been embedded in corporate social responsibility according to the EU and translate into national politics and corporate actions.

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European Human Rights Law

Triantafillia Papadopoulou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The legal protection of human rights in the European Legal order, through the European Convention of Human Rights.