São Paulo Law School publishes 2012 activities report
FGV's São Paulo Law School (DIREITO GV) has just published its activities report for 2012, where it points out the main highlights of the year and reaffirms its commitment to contribute to the development of Brazilian society, through teaching and research. Comprised of 51 pages, the document lists relevant information about each of the School's programs. The planning and expansion of inclusive policies is highlighted with regard to the undergraduate studies, which attained significant recognition from the Ministry of Education and the Order of Lawyers of Brazil for its quality of education. São Paulo Law School also expanded its academic stricto sensu graduate integration activities by encouraging student participation in research projects and by giving support to master's degree students in national and international academic events. But the highlight of the lato sensu graduate program was the launch of the Graduate Course GVlaw - a new type of program consisting of 68 courses and 32 classroom hours, offered twice a week and conducted by a single professor. In 2012, the School further obtained Capes' approval to start the first Professional Master's Degree in Law in Brazil. The goal of the program is to train highly qualified professionals in the legal field. Read the full report here. (Report in Portuguese).