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Conference on Monitoring and Assessing CLE Program and SEACLEA Meeting

A conference on Monitoring and Assessing Clinical Legal Education Program (CLE) and Southeast Asia Clinical Legal Education Association Meeting is being held in Songkla, Thailand from March 28 – 30, 2015. Click the links for: About the Conference and Agenda.

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Public Presentation on Cambodian and US Labor Arbitration: Differences and Similarities

When: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 from 8:00-11:00AM

Where: Srey Dim Conference Hall, PUC South Campus (No. 184, Norodom Blvd.)

Speakers: 1. Mr. Kong Phallack, Member of Arbitration Council and Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia. 2. Mr. Arnold Zack, US Arbitrator and Mediator, Senior Research Associate at the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School

All students, faculty members, and the general public, who speak English, are cordially invited to attend, free of charge!!! Only a limited number of participants will be admitted, so hurry up!!!

Registration Deadline: October 13, 2009 (3:00pm)  at PUC Legal Clinic: PUC South Campus, Annex Building, 2nd Floor (No. 184, Norodom Blvd.) or through Ms. Tep Sokunvannary at tsvannary@puc.edu.kh or 012-351-200

The lecture will give participants an overview of how labor and employment arbitration works in Cambodia and in the United States. Participants will also learn the differences and Similarities in the labor arbitration system of the two nations. The knowledge acquired from this lecture will be helpful for management in private companies and researchers in the field of industrial relations and labor dispute resolution.

Please click this link for the announcement of this presentation in pdf format.

This lecture will give participants an overview of how labor and employment arbitration works in Cambodia and in the United Staes. Participants will also learn of the differences and similarities in the labor arbitration system of the two nations. The knowledge acquired from this lecture will be helpful for management in private companies and researchers in the field of idustrial relations and labor dispute resolution

7th Certificate Commencement for HSS

Pchum Ben Days (18-20 September 2009) has gone and 7th Certificate Commencement Ceremony for High School Students is up next. This ceremony is always celebrated after 16 weekend of legal education classes taught by Community Legal Education Program students to high school students. This year ceremony is going to be held on September 27, 2009 at Srey Dim Conference Hall (click here for agenda). All PUC Legal Clinic students are warmly welcomed to join the event.

This year celebration will be the second time that PUC Legal Clinic has successfully recruited the highest number of high school students for its weekend legal education classes. This time, the students are also diverse . There were high school students from 18 high schools (25 high schools in Phnom Penh). As a result of the training, 135 high school students has successfully completed the program, 34 of whom completed with “A” grade.

New Application for 10th Batch of CLEP

Now application to one of PUC Legal Clinic Programs, Community Legal Education Program (CLEP), is OPEN TO ALL LAW AND NON-LAW STUDENTS OF BOTH BACHERLOR AND MASTER DEGREE.  Read more. You can download Application Form here, too.

to one of PUC Legal Clinic programs, Community Legal Education Program (CLEP), is OPEN TO ALL LAW & NON-LAW UNDERGRADUATE AND GRATUATE STUDENTS

Movie Screening: We Want (u) to Know

The PUC Faculties of Communications & Media Arts and Law & Public Affairs invite you to a special movie screening of:

“We Want (u) to Know”, a 60 minute documentary produced in cooperation with the Khmer Institute of Democracy and the International Center for Conciliation, features villagers from villages in Siem Reap, Takeo and Kratie provinces as they talk about their past and dramatically display experiences that they endured during the Khmer Rouge time.

Plus a roundtablle discussion with special guests:

When: Saturday, August 15, 2009 from 9:00 – 11:00AM

Where: Srey Dim Conference Hall, 4th Floor, PUC South Campus (No. 184, Norodom Blvd.)

Speakers: Mr. Chum Mey, Toul Sleng Prison Survior

Dr. Helen Jarvis, Director of Victims Unit of ECCC

Mr. Hang Chhaya, Director of Khmer Institute of Democracy

All Students and General Public are cordially invited to attend!!

The movie is in Khmer Language and Subtitle in English

Graduation Ceremony at Juvenile Correctional Center (CC2)

On July 18, 2009, a certificate commencement ceremony at Juvenile Correctional Center (CC2, Prey Sar) was held from 9am to 11am. The participants in the event were H.E. Dr. Kol Pheng (Senior Minister of the Royal Government of Cambodia and PUC Founding Father), Dr. Chea San Chanthan, PUC President, H.E. Nouth Sa An, Secretary of State of Ministry of Interior, H.E. Heng Hak, General Director of General Prison Department (GDOP), H.E. Mok Sambath (representative of H.E. Om Yengteang, President of Cambodian Human Right Committee), and several staff and instructors attended from the above institutions and the Press. The event started with the profile report by PUCLC director, Mr. Phun Vidjia and followed by general evaluation speech by Director of CC2. Special remarks were given by PUC president and PUC founding father. The event ended with the closing speech by H.E. Nouth Sa An. Read more

Final Exam for Juvenile Offenders at CC2

This weekend, Saturday 27th June 2009, will be the last day of our teaching to Juvenile Offenders at Correctional Center II (CC2). We are going to evaluate what we have taught by testing their knowledges of personal growth as well as legal topics that have benn taught by PUC Legal Clinic Students (Juvenile Justice Program) over the past 6 months.

It is not difficult but rather a challenging job as some students can read and write; other can read but can not write  at a speed that they can complete the exam within an hour and a half; the other can neither read nor write. They require all sorts of assistance from PUCLC students. Interestingly within one open room those with limited ability to read and write will draw picture and orally express their understanding to gain passing score to be awarded a certificate of completion.

We think that the certificate is an added value to the education they received from us so what we keen to see is their expression of their understanding.

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