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Gaga Gabrichidze to deliver a speech on implementation of association agreement

23 Apr 2016
On April 20-21, 2016 Jean Monnet Project, with the support Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, organized the International Conference “EU Relations with Eastern Partnership: Strategy, Opportunities and Challenges”. The Conference took place in Chernivtsi, Ukraine.Gaga Gabrichidze, the Dean of the School of Law at New Vision University participated in the Conference. Professor Gabrichidze gave a speech regarding: "Implementation Challenges of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement".The conference aimed to gather professionals in order to discuss and reflect not only about the different aspects of the joint initiative strategy that is founded on mutual interests and commitments, shared ownership and mutual accountability, but also other related aspects including opportunities, challenges, and risk eventualities that Eastern Europe faces.
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NVU Team in Vienna Willem C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot

17 Mar 2016
New Vision University Law School team has recently left for Vienna, Austria, to participate in the Willem C.Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition. The 23d International Competition Finals will take place in Vienna from March 19th. NVU Team will conduct oral pleadings against Harvard University (USA), Perm State University (Russia), Federal University of Bahia(Brasil) and Amity Law School (India).
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Public Defense of the Works Prepared under the PhD Program in Law

10 Mar 2016
On March 11th and 12th, 2016 a Public Defense of the works by the Law PhD Students will take place at New Vision University according to the following schedule: Friday, March 11: 13:30 Nana Amisulashvili14:00 David Toradze14:30 Amiran Giguashvili15:00 Rusudan Rogava15:30 David Atabegashvili16:00 Bondo Alasania Saturday, March 12: 13:00 Irakli Goletiani13:30 Ketevan Zakareishvili14:00 Sophio Jokhadze14:30 Manana Meskhishvili15:00 Shorena Gigauri
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New Vision University Team to participate in ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition

26 Oct 2015
New Vision University has been selected to participate in the ICC International Commercial Mediation 11th Competition held in Paris from 5 – 10 February 2016.The ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition is an international moot devoted exclusively to international commercial mediation. The annual event organized by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has become ICC’s biggest educational event with over 500 participants from around the world.The 11th Competition will take place in February 2016, in Paris, where New Vision University will be represented by Giorgi Kilasonia and Giorgi Kharaishvili, the students of the Master's Program in Law. The students will be coached by Prof. Sophio Chachava and Nata Sturua. New students of the 1st semester will also be involved in order to obtain and develop necessary skills to participate in the competition in 2017.
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Public Lecture on Law, Politics and Diplomacy by Ronald C. Leadbetter

16 Oct 2015
On October 17, New Vision University hosted a Public Lecture on "Law, politics and diplomacy from the perspective of chief trial attorney for the University of Tennessee – largest governmental agency in the State of Tennessee, United States of America".The lecture was delivered by Prof. Ronald C. Leadbetter, Associate General Counsel (Retired).The content of the presentation was based on the recently published book, "Big Orange, Black Storm, Clouds and more". 
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Selection of Students for ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition 2016

1 Oct 2015
On October 3, New Vision University will select the best students to participate in ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition.The 3d semester students of the Master's Program in Comparative Private and International Law will be selected for the team. New students of the 1st semester will also be involved in order to obtain and develop necessary skills to participate in the competition in 2017.The ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition is an international moot devoted exclusively to international commercial mediation. The annual event organized by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has become ICC’s biggest educational event with over 500 participants from around the world.The next competition will take place in February 2016, in Paris.
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Professor Stein's visit and Lecture on European Defense Policy at New Vision University

29 Sep 2015
On October 5-8, Professor Dr.Torsten Stein, University of Saarland (Germany) will be visiting New Vision University.Prof. Dr. Torsten Stein was director of the Europa-Institut from 1991 to 2012, holder of the chair for European law and European public law at Saarland University and is still active at the Europa-Institut. Professor Stein has been a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign Public and International Law in Heidelberg. He was appointed professor at the University of Heidelberg in 1986. Professor Stein was managing director and commentator for the International Committee of the International Law Association (ILA), he is chairman of the German branch of the International Law Association (ILA) as well as honorary treasurer and member of the Executive Council of the ILA. He is a member of numerous national, foreign and international legal societies.During his visit at New Vision University, Prof. stein will deliver a lecture on “The Common Security and Defense Policy – Europe as a global player?” for the students of New Vision University Schools of Diplomacy and Politics, as well as the law students and other interested young professionals. He will also meet the management of the University and discuss the possibilities of cooperation between the two Universities.
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Twentieth Annual Meeting of European Law Faculties Association in Istanbul

21 Apr 2015
New Vision University School of Law participated in the twentieth Annual Meeting of the European Law Faculties Association (ELFA) as a full member, on April 16-18, Istanbul, Turkey.The European Law Faculties Association was founded in 1995. In the beginning ELFA aimed to deal with the new issues following the so called Bologna reform of higher education at that time in full swing in Europe. The founders of the Association believed that, for a successful reform of legal education, it was crucial to provide a platform for discussion and coordination of the reform endeavors, to allow exchange views and sharing of good practices among its members to increase the quality of legal education in Europe.Today the Association has more than 200 members from countries within the EU and beyond.
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New Vision University Team in International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition, Vienna

6 Apr 2015
New Vision University team participated in a final stage of the 22nd Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition, in Vienna, Austria. New Vision University Vis Moot Team members: George Kharaishvili, George Kilasonia, Rusudan Otiashvili and Beka Papashvili  had four pleadings with the teams from University of Harvard (USA), University of Bonn (Germany), Wuhan University (China) and Pontific Catholic University of Rio De Janeiro (Brazil). During oral pleadings, the team members presented their positions prepared on the issues related to the hot topics of international commercial arbitration and international sale of goods. New Vision University Team received very positive feedback from the arbitrators. The Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot is annually held from 1994 and is considered as one of the most prestigious competition between law students worldwide. Nearly 300 teams from different universities participated in 22nd Vis Moot
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Media Law Seminar arranged at New Vision University

29 Mar 2015
On March 27-28 New Vision University arranged a Seminar in Media Law for thirty-five lawyers from various broadcasting ant media companies.Seminar topics covered the issues related to the digital terrestrial broadcasting switchover and expected legislative amendments has been discussed as well as the issues related to the privacy protection, consumers' rights, scheduling of television advertising and limits of the responsibilities of the broadcasting companies. 
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Legal Thinking Club meeting on the Right to Life

24 Mar 2015
New Vision University Legal Thinking Club maintains the regular meetings on various legal topics. The Club aimes at offering the forum to students from Georgian law schools to discuss various legal topics, to enable them develop their legal and critical thinking skills and be involved in the formation of civil society in future.The first meeting of the Club took place on March 18 on the "Human Dignity". The next meeting will be arranged on April 14th where students will share their opinions about the Right to Life.The students, willing to participate are requested to read the Students' Opinions in advance.
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New Vision Vis Moot Team Public Rehearsal

21 Mar 2015
On March 21st, New Vision University Vis Moot Team organized a public rehearsal. Willem C.Vis International Moot Competition - a prestigious international moot court competition held annually in Vienna, Austria, aimes at expanding law students' knowledge in the field of business law and commercial arbitration and develop their professional skills.The students of New Vision Master Program in Comparative Private and International Law presented their oral arguments before the arbitrators and received the feedback and advice.On March 26, the Team will travel to Vienna to participate in the final competition along with the students from all over the world, where they will compete with the teams from the Universities of Harvard (USA), Bonn (Germany), Wuhan (China) and Rio De Janeiro (Brasil). 
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New Vision University will host a Seminar in Media Law

25 Feb 2015
New Vision University will arrange a Seminar in Media Law on March 28 and 29.Seminar will be conducted by:Mr. Kakhi Kurashvili - Professor at New Vision University, Head of the Legal Department at Georgian National Communications CommissionMs. Tamar Kordzaia - Media Expert, Member of Georgian ParliamentMr. Ivane Makharadze - PhD candidate at New Vision University, Head of the Department of Broadcasting Regulation at Georgian National Communications CommissionMs. Nino Nizharadze - PhD candidate at New Vision University, Main Specialist at the Legal Department of the Georgian National Communications CommissionParticipation fee: 175 GELRegistration deadline: 20.03.2015 (registration form)For more information please see agenda or contact Ms. Eka Oniani at +995 599 373373; eoniani@newvision.ge 
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The meeting of the Club of Legal Thinking

16 Feb 2015
The meeting of the Club of Legal Thinking to discuss the topic “Human Dignity” is scheduled for 18 March 2015, at 18:00.The opening thesis:The dignity is defined according to knowledge about an individual. Ideation of dignity is the understanding of human essence and cognition of one’s own self, at the same time.Every single individual has dignity: all the men are equal, because they are humans.Dignity is eternal and survives even the death of an individual.The Club of Legal Thinking intends to offer forum to students of various law schools to discuss the pressing topics of law, aiming at promoting the formation of civic society and development of legal thinking.The registered students (Registration Form) will receive the opinions provided by other students in advance. 
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Seminar in Education Law

14 Feb 2015
On February 13-14 New Vision University hosted a Seminar in Education Law with the participation of the representatives from a number of accredited Georgian higher education institutions.The following topics have been discussed during the seminar: Requirements for education Law and the importance of quality culture in higher education institutions; internal and external mechanisms of quality assurance; the connection between self-evaluation and qualifications framework, sectoral benchmarks and internal standards of the institution.The last sessions were dedicated to the proceedings of authorization and accreditation: from recognition as an applicant until the final decision; as well as to the generalization of accreditation practice.
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New Vision University Team Reach the Final of National Competition in Client Consulting

1 Feb 2015
The students of the New Vision University Master’s Program in Law participated in the national round of Client Consulting International Competition and are amongst final four participants.The competition has being held in Georgia for three years now under the aegis of East-West Management Institute (EWMI) and assistance of the United States Agency for International Development. It aims at improvement of the interview and consulting skills of law students through simulation.The winner of national competition will participate in international competition, to be held in the United States of America in spring, 2015.
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Admission for Ph.D. Program in Law

21 Jan 2015
Program duration: 3 years (180 credits)Instruction Language: English/GeorgianSemester fee: GEL 2250*An applicant for Ph.D. Program is authorized to solicit for a university scholarship with the Board of the Respective School.The following documents should be submitted:1.       A copy of an ID document;2.       A copy of Master’s Degree or equalized thereto qualification document;3.       A copy of document certifying the recognition of foreign education (if there is such);4.       Photo;5.       Recommendation of the supervisor, which may contain some information about applicant’s education, professional experience or earlier scientific activities;6.       A copy of international certificate or some other document certifying, at least, B2 level proficiency in the English or other European (German, French) language (regarding the types of English language proficiency documents, please, follow the link: http://bit.ly/1EgDBku;7.       Curriculum Vitae (CV).For further details of the Program, please, follow the link: http://www.eng.newvision.ge/#!-/c1bx5Deadlines for filing application for 2014-2015 spring semester:1.       Deadline for submission of documents – 20 February at admissions@newvision.ge;2.       Examination in a foreign language (if necessary) – inclusive 21 February;3.       Deadline for administrative registration – 6 March.The classes begin on 14 March 2015
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Seminar in Education Law

20 Jan 2015
On 13 and 14 February, the New Vision University will host the seminar in Education Law.The Seminar will focus on the following issues:Requirements for education Law;Quality culture: quality assurance internal and external mechanisms; connection between self-evaluation and qualifications framework, sectoral benchmarks and institution internal standards;Authorization and accreditation proceedings: from recognition as an applicant until a final decision;Generalization of accreditation practice.The moderators of the sessions:Nana Chighladze – Former Head of the Authorization and Accreditation DivisionDavid Kereselidze – Professor of the New Vision UniversityKakhi Khurashvili – Professor of the New Vision University 
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Seminar on Labour Law at New Vision University

6 Dec 2014
On December 5-6, 2014 New Vision University arranged a Seminar on Labour Law.The seminar was organized in cooperation with the Training Centre of Georgian Bar Association and attended by about sixty practicing lawyers, advocates and HR managers.The sessions were conducted by Dr. David Kereselidze – Professor, Chairman of the New Vision University Academic Board; Dr. Sophio Chachava, Associate Professor at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and Dr. Nunu Kvantaliani, Invited Professor at New Vision University, Judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia in 2002-2012.  
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Presentation of “Private Law Debates” and “Legal Thinking Club”

1 Dec 2014
On December 20, 2014, at 16:00 the the New Vision University School of Law students are invited to the presentation of “Private Law Debates” and “Legal Thinking Club”.The “Private Law Debates” implies a series of debates for the first semester students of the Law School. The debates aim at furtherance of students’ theoretical knowledge and promotion of the development of practical skills of a lawyer.The second part of the event will be dedicated to preparatory meeting, focusing on the application of the methodology of rule interpretation, also on the development of justification and argumentation skills.At this meeting the format of discussion of the topic of the first debate– Disability – and the team participation conditions will be proposed.The “Legal Thinking Club” aims at offering the platform to the students of various law schools for the discussion of topical issues of law, intending the promotion of formation of civil society and legal thinking.The “Legal Thinking Club” enables students to present their opinions to professors and practicing lawyers of the respective field, thus creating forum for result-oriented discussions.
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NVU Students in Commercial Arbitration National Competition Final

16 Nov 2014
NVU Master Program students - Ana Aghladze, Nikoloz Sergia, Mamuka Bubuteishvili and Nino Bagashvili (Coach: Davit Chitaishvili) succeeded into the Final of the 2nd National Competition in International Commercial Arbitration and got the 2nd place among the seven teams from various law schools of Georgia.The National Competition in Arbitration is annually conducted under the rules of Georgian International Arbitration Center (GIAC) and aims to promote international commercial arbitration in Georgia and improve law students' relevant research, writing and advocacy skills. The Moot Competition was organised by the National Center for Alternate Dispute Resolution (NCADR), with the support of East-West Management Institute (EWMI) and Judicial Independence and Legal Empowerment Project (JILEP), in cooperation with the Arbitration Initiative Georgia and Georgian Center for International Arbitration.
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New Vision University will host Seminar on Labour Law in December

8 Nov 2014
On December 5-6 the New Vision University will hold a Seminar on Labour Law in cooperation with the Training Center of the Georgian Bar Association.The speakers:Dr. David Kereselidze – Professor, Chairman of the New Vision University Academic BoardDr. Sophio Chachava – Associate Professor of the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State UniversityDr. Nunu Kvantaliani – Invited Professor of the New Vision University, judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia in 2002-2012. For further details, please, see the Agenda.Members of the Georgian Bar Association will get 10 credit hours that will be included in the mandatory credits required by the GBA.Prior online registration is required for the participation in the seminar. The registration will be completed after payment of the participation fee.Participation fee: GEL 150.Registration deadline: 26.11.2014Contact person:Eka OnianiTel.: 599 373 373 or 555 967 637E-mail: EOniani@NewVision.gewww.NewVision.ge
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Training on Security Rights

7 Nov 2014
On November 7, the training was arranged for the personnel of the National Agency of State Property on security rights. The training was focused on the review of the types of security rights, the use of rights as collateral, priority of security measures, attachment and banning related issues, as well and insurance of the risk of disposal of enterprise assets upon privatization.The training was held by Dr. Nunu Kvantaliani, the Invited Professor at New Vision University, former judge of the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court of Georgia. 
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Memorandum with the Association of the Law Firms in Georgia signed

1 Nov 2014
New Vision University and the Association of the Law Firms in Georgia signed the Memorandum on October 31, 2014.The purpose of the Memorandum is to improve the legal education quality and develop the skills of law students by providing internships and undertaking joint academic and educational projects.Prof. Gaga Gabrichidze, Dean of the Law School at New Vision University and Mr. Zviad Kordzadze, President of the Association of the Law Firms in Georgia have signed the Memorandum.
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Trainings for the National Agency for State Property Management launched

24 Oct 2014
On October 24, 2014, New Vision University launched the training program for the lawyers of the National Agency for State Property Management.The training has been tailored for the Agency personnel and will cover the issues related to the privatisation process specific problems.The first training on "The Separation of Public and Private Law Relationships" has been conducted by Professor David Kereselidze and Professor Natia Tskepladze, the Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
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New Vision University to host Seminar in Contract Law in November

20 Oct 2014
On November 14 and 15 the New Vision University will hold seminar in Contract Law together with the Training Centre of the Georgian Bar Association.The speakers:David Kereselidze – Ph.D. in Law, Professor, Chairman of the New Vision University Academic BoardSophio Chachava – Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor of the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State UniversityAlexander Ioseliani – Judge of the Tbilisi Appeals Court, Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor of the New Vision UniversityNunu Kvantaliani – Ph.D. in Law, Invited Professor of the New Vision University, judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia in 2002-2012. For further details, please, see the Agenda.Members of the Georgian Bar Association will get 10 credit hours that will be included in the mandatory credits required by the GBA.Prior online registration is required for the participation in the seminar. The registration will be completed upon payment of the participation fee. Participation fee: GEL 150.Registration deadline: 5.11.2014Contact person:Eka OnianiTel.: 599 373 373 or 555 967 637E-mail: EOniani@NewVision.gewww.NewVision.ge
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PhD Program has been launched!

18 Oct 2014
The New Vision University Ph.D. Program in Law has been launched. The students get familiarized with basic research methods within the framework of Doctoral program during the first semester through special mandatory course (Basic Instruments of Doctoral Research). This course enables students to master the methods of organization of doctoral research, the specificity of working with primary and secondary sources. The basic method is “Do and Learn” as students are required to present the Doctoral Thesis related components.The Ph.D. Program is fully calculated in credits and allows for a real possibility to accomplish studies within optimal timelines. Starting from the second semester the students have the chance to personally plan the development of their own profile: to select the mandatory study components (Teaching methods – I or I Seminar) or opt for Professor Guided Research – I.A Seminar is a study component and, respectively, is not related to Doctoral Thesis, whilst Colloquium, being a Doctoral Thesis related component is part of the Dissertation. The difference between Professor Guided Research and Colloquium is that, that in the first case there is a wide possibility to get instructions, whilst Colloquium is mainly based on an independent work. Reasonable mixture of these components (each of them is a 15-credit component) promotes the development of stills conditioned by the generation of ideas through cooperation with a professor and independent work, respectively.Teaching methods – II and II Seminar are optional components, which enable students to better define their profile. E.g. if a student is more interested in teaching and not in the development of additional research skills, she/he opts for Teaching methods – II and in opposite case – for II Seminar.
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LL.M. Students will participate in National Moot Competition in Commercial Arbitration

15 Oct 2014
Master Program students - Ana Aghladze, Nikoloz Sergia, Mamuka Bubuteishvili and Nino Bagashvili will participate in the 2nd National Competition in International Commercial Arbitration on behalf of the New Vision University.The National Competition in Arbitration will be conducted under the rules of Georgian International Arbitration Center (GIAC) and aims to promote international commercial arbitration in Georgia and equip law students with relevant research, writing and advocacy skills. The Moot Competition will take place in November and is organized by the National Center for Alternate Dispute Resolution (NCADR), with the support of East-West Management Institute (EWMI) and Judicial Independence and Legal Empowerment Project (JILEP), in cooperation with the Arbitration Initiative Georgia and Georgian Center for International Arbitration.
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Registration Deadlines for Students, Willing to participate in Legal Aid Clinic

1 Oct 2014
Since July 2014 NVU has established a Legal Aid Clinic, which enables law students to deal with wide range of legal issues among the Georgian population, thus gain valuable practical knowledge and experience.The Legal Aid Clinic will continue its activities from 10th of October 2014 with renewed composition.The New Vision University students, willing to take the Legal Aid Clinic have the opportunity to apply to Law School Manager (nbegiashili@newvision.ge) for registration until 8th of October 2014. 
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The New Vision University Team will participate in the Vis Moot Competition!

29 Sep 2014
Vis Moot Boot Camp gathered 16 law students (including New Vision University Team) and 5 instructors in Kachreti to discuss and analyze theory and practice of international commercial arbitration, CISG, conflicts of law and trade logistics. During the course of 5-day sessions, AIG team has provided training in legal writing and research to prepare students for the greater excellence in the Vis Moot and future legal career. NVU Team will prepare for the Vis Moot Competition and participate in the finals which will take place in Spring 2015, Vienna, Austria.
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III International Symposium of Neiroscience

9 Sep 2014
On 2-4 October, in Tbilisi, I. Beritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine (14 Gotua Str., Tbilisi, Georgia) the III International Symposium "Neuroplasticity: Nervous Substrate for Health and Disease. New Approaches for Research" will be held. The symposium is sponsored by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. The key reason of organizing this Symposium is to bring together (totally - 55 participants) neuroscientists / nanobiologists from Georgia, Europe and USA for to present and to discuss original and most interesting data both, in basic and applied neuroscience/nanobioscience.ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONSBeritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine;New Vision University;Ilia State University.Organizing Committee is especially interested for the following topics:Atomic Force Microscopy of living cells. Other nanobiological approaches of cell plasticity research;Research on structural plasticity (electron microscopy, confocal microscopy, two-photon microscopy, other modern approaches);The damaged or disabled brain. Can neuroplasticity help?Chemistry of DNA and expression of genes: influence of experience;Cognitive and emotion function and life experience;Cell physiology.In the framework of Symposium, the following special events will take place:Plenary lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations;The debates "The Future of Neuroplasticity Research: Nanobiology and Nanomedicine";The competition of young scientists (under 35). The author of the best poster presentation will be awarded by American Research Society Sigma Xi Georgian Chapter.The working languages are English and Georgian. All presentations will be in English.The call for abstracts is now open.The deadline for abstract submission, both for oral and poster presentations, is Friday, September 12, 2014.Abstracts are subject to review.The presenters are also invited to submit a full-text manuscript of presentation for publication in Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry: http://www.amsi.ge/jbpc/For more information, please visit the following website: http://neuroplasticity2014.org.ge/index.php 
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New Vision University Team on International Competition on the Law of the European Union

2 Sep 2014
The New Vision University hereby announces the selection of students for the participation in the Central and East European Moot competition of 2014 on behalf of the NVU.The Central and East European Moot competition has been held since 1996 under the aegis of the European Court of Justice and is organized by British Law Centre of Cambridge University.The Competition aims at the promotion of the law of the European Union, development of knowledge and practical skills in this direction. The participating teams will present the European Court of Justice with the positions of both a plaintiff and a defendant with respect to the case drafted on a topical issue of the law of the European Union.The winner team will be awarded with special prizes like: a visit to Cambridge University, internship at the European Court of Justice and book award.Deadline for submission of the letters of interest: 15 October 2014Contact person: Eka Oniani EOniani@NewVision.ge
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Procedure of granting University Ph.D scholarship

17 Jul 2014
1. An applicant Ph.D student is entitled to apply to the Board of the respective School and solicit for scholarship2. The award of University scholarship imposes additional obligations on a Ph.D student with regard to the University. The individual workload of a Ph.D student is determined according to workload scheme calculated for an academic semester and amounts to at least 220 hours a semester, which workload can be distributed amongst the following duties:- Participation in the implementation of a Bachelor Program in Law (leading a workgroup, advice, checking a written work accomplished under guidance, etc.)- Translation work;- Participation in preparation the preparation-editing of the translation of a university publication, textbook or monograph for publication purposes;- Participation in the preparation of a textbook;- Participation in the implementation of a research work;- Participation in the operation of New Vision - Legal aid office.3.The University scholarship will be issued on a semester basis, is equal to semester tuition fee and is credited for it.4. Each Ph.D student shall be subject to one or several activities, at University’s discretion and based on the proportionality and good faith principles. The activities will be selected and combined with working regime in agreement with the Ph.D student.  
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Public Lecture: Legal Approximation Mechanisms in Georgia-EU Association Agreement.

10 Jul 2014
Legal Approximation Mechanisms in Georgia-EU Association AgreementThe lecture will be held on 16 July 2014, 19:00.The lecture is targeted for law school students, practicing lawyers and other interested persons.The lecture will be led by the Dean of New Vision University Law School, Professor Gaga Gabrichidze, Ph.D. Participation preconditions:Preliminary registration for the attendance of the lecture is required.The number of participants is limited. The applicants will receive a confirmation letter 24 hours prior to the commencement of the lecture, at latest. Registration deadline: 15 July 2014, 12:00.  Contact person:Eka Oniani                                                Tel.: 555 967 637                                                E-mail:EO@NewVision.ge
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The New Vision University, in cooperation with the Training Centre of Georgian Bar Association, is pleased to invite the interested persons to Summer Seminar: Interrelationship between Private and Administrative Law

30 May 2014
The New Vision University, in cooperation with the Training Centre of Georgian Bar Association, is pleased to invite the interested persons to Summer Seminar: Interrelationship between Private and Administrative Law, to be held on 27-28 June, 2014.The seminar is intended for bar, practicing lawyers and other interested persons.The seminar will include sessions on topical issues of Private and Administrative Law, discussed will be both theoretical and practical aspects, current challenges and possible solutions.The seminar moderators are:David Kereselidze –  Ph.D., Professor, Chairman of New Vision University Academic Board;Baadur Kipiani –  Ph.D., New Vision University Associate Professor in Private Law;Natia Tskepladze – Judge, Supreme Court of Georgia;Sophio Tkemeladze – ADR Expert, New Vision University Assistant Professor in Private Law;Irma Gelashvili – Ph.D., New Vision University Associate Professor in Private Law.
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