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Update (1 October 2022)

According to the new AMU Rector’s Regulation, all classes, exams, and tests in the winter semester 2022/2023 will take place only stationary at the Faculty building.


​International students meeting (15/11/2022)

Grupa studentów

At the beginning of the academic year 2022/2023, Prof. dr hab. Tomasz Nieborak, Dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration, and Prof. UAM dr hab. Katarzyna Klafkowska-Waśniowska, Head of European Legal Studies, finally had the opportunity to welcome students of the European Legal Studies program and students participating in the international exchange at the Faculty premises. We welcome warmly new ELS first years students!


ELS online: discussing implications of Brexit (29/01/2021)

Last week ELS students completed the first block of lectures: Focus on the European Union. The objective of the module is to discuss the issues relevant to the development of the European Union, with the focus on common values.

In January Dr Steve Terrett from the British Law Centre during an extensive online meeting explained how the UK and EU relations evolved over time. The focal point was, of course, the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union which was explained with an emphasis on what “Brexit-deal” means, how it was negotiated and what the recently concluded Trade and Cooperation Agreement brings.

During the upcoming lectures in the spring, students will have an opportunity to meet dr. Anna-Maria Konsta, a lecturer from AMU partner in the EPICUR consortium – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Law in Greece.

Winter semester: 1st October 2022-2nd February 2023

Winter holidays: 23rd December 2022 – 2nd January 2023

Winter exam session: 6th February – 19th February 2023

Summer semester: 27th February – 22nd June 2023

Summer vacations: 6th – 11th April 2023

Summer exam session: 26th June – 9th July 2023

Summer vacations/teaching and learning (field classes, work placements): 10th July – 31st August 2023

Exam session: 1st – 17th September 2023

Faculty of Law and Administration Library

Location: Św. Marcin Street 90,  61-809 Poznań

Email: bwpa@amu.edu.pl

Facebook: www.facebook.com/bwpia

General information: http://lib.amu.edu.pl/?lang=en

 

Opening Hours

Lending Library

Mon-Fri  9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Books and Journals Reading Room No. 5

 

Admission and registration

Users can register in the Lending Library before making use of Library services.

To register users need to present:

– personal ID documents and student IDs*

– 12 PLN

* students without student’s ID will be checked against the student’s exchange program list.

 Lending Library (pol. wypożyczalnia)

and place an order electronically. Ordered books will be available for pick-up at the Lending Library within 6 days from the order.

  • Student can lend up to 20 books for 30 days.
  • On exceeding the return date due, the Library’s system will change a penalty fee (0,30 PLN for each day of delay for each volume).

Journals and Reading room (pol. czytelnia)

Ordering a scan via on-line form: https://prawo.amu.edu.pl/strona-glowna/jednostki-organizacyjne/biblioteka/zamow-skan-materialow

Access to databases: http://lib.amu.edu.pl/bazy-danych/

Update (10 September 2021) [Download in PDF]

In the upcoming Academic year 2021-2022, classes at the Faculty of Law and Administration AMU will take place, according to Rector’s Regulation, in three forms:

Option 1) traditional on-campus learning, face-to-face lectures held at the Faculty building. Seminars, language groups and smaller group workshops may take place in the traditional form. It will be indicated on the plan with black font on white background.

 Option 2) hybrid classes. Lectures will take place in the Faculty building but the streaming will be provided to students who decided to take part online, via MS Teams. Some obligatory lectures, for larger groups, may take place in this form. It will be indicated on the plan with black font on yellow background.

Option 3) remote learning. Lectures will take place only via MS Teams or Moodle platform. Some obligatory lectures for large groups or optional lectures may take place in this form. It will be indicated on the plan with black font on green background.

The choice of a particular form of classes is made based on AMU internal regulations and depends on the type of classes and a number of participants enrolled for the course. All students will be informed about the sanitary measures in the Faculty buildings. In the due time we will inform you about the form of exams and tests, as well as of the summer semester plans.

Important information:

  • Gamma room at the Collegium Iuridicum Novum is open for those students that want to follow online classes with their own devices and earphones. This room is open to students following different courses at the same time, so while in the room you need to remain silent.
  • Consultations with teachers will be available online, with some possibilities of setting a face-to-face consultations at the Faculty building.
  • Applications for scholarships or dormitories should be submitted via USOS and not in person. In the case of problems please contact ELS staff: Lilianna Rusinek, 61 829 31 12

We hope for the full return to on-campus learning, but it depends on the development of the pandemic situation. We kindly ask you to follow the sanitary measures and consider existing vaccination possibilities.

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