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纽约大学法学院关于精神疾病的远程教育项目介绍
2006/6/15

纽约大学法学院关于精神疾病的远程教育项目介绍  

作者:翻译整理 龚仙蓝  

(中文参考译文,以后附英文为准)

 

  纽约大学法学院已经建立了一个关于精神疾病的远程教育项目,目前正在积极寻找国内和国际的合作以提供这些课程。其中一个课程(精神疾病相关法律的调研)已经在日本和尼加拉瓜开设;一个课程(美国残疾人法令ADA:法律,实践与政策)已经在日本开设;一个课程(国际人权保护与精神疾病相关法律)在日本开设;还有一个课程(代理精神疾病患者案件的律师技巧)将会在今年秋季在日本开设。调研课程和ADA课程将会在2006年的秋季学期开设;国际人权和律师技巧课程,以及一个新课程“监狱中的精神健康问题”将在2007年春季学期开设。课程为期14个星期,包括刻录在光盘上的讲座、指定阅读的作业、在线聊天室或者密切控制下的非即时问答交流平台,以及直播的讨论会。

  这个项目由Michael Perlin教授(纽约大学法学院的法学教授,通讯地址为“57 Worth St., New York, NY 100013”,电子邮箱为mperlin@nyls.edu)负责,Perlin教授同时也是纽约大学法学院公正促进中心的国际精神疾病法律改革项目的负责人。

     如果您对以上课程有兴趣或者有合作的意向,请联系Liane Bass(纽约大学法学院研究生计划的高级管理者,电子邮箱为lbass@nyls.edu

     举例说明一下,国际人权课程包括大陆法系与普通法系的比较、国际人权法概述、区域性人权法庭概述、美国宪法性精神疾病法律的概述、国际人权保护视野下的精神疾病法律、比较性的精神疾病法律(大陆法与普通法、学者论述与案例法)、社会公共机构的精神治疗在减少政治纠纷上的应用;这个领域法律的一般要素;以及残疾立法的全球化。

 

(英文原文)

     New York Law School (NYLS) has created an online, distance learning mental disability law program, and is actively looking for domestic and international partners through which these courses may be offered. One of the courses (Survey of Mental Disability Law) has been taught in Japan and in Nicaragua; one (The Americans with Disabilities Act: Law, Practice, and Policy) has been taught in Japan, one (International Human Rights and Mental Disability Law) was taught in japan, and one (Lawyering

     Skills in the Representation of Persons with Mental Disabilities) will be offered in Japan this fall. The Survey course and the ADA course will be offered in the fall 2006 term; the International Human Rights and the Lawyering Skills courses, and a new course, Mental Health Issues in Jails and Prisons, will all be offered in the spring 2007 term. Courses last 14 weeks, and include lectures on CD Roms, reading assignments, either live chat rooms or closely monitored asynchronous question-and-answer message boards, and live, on-site seminars.

     The program is under the direction of Prof. Michael Perlin, Professor at Law, at New York Law School, 57 Worth St., New York, NY 100013 (mperlin@nyls.edu ); Prof. Perlin is also the director of the International Mental Disability Law Reform Project in NYLS‘s Justice Action Center.

     If you are interested in learning more about any of these courses or partnership opportunities, please contact Liane Bass, Esq., NYLS‘s Senior Administrator of Graduate Programs (lbass@nyls.edu).  

     By way of example, the International Human Rights course includes units on comparing civil and common law systems, an overview of international human rights law, an overview of regional human rights tribunals, an overview of US constitutional mental disability law, mental disability law in an international human rights context, comparative mental disability law (civil & common, scholarly articles & case law), the use of institutional psychiatry as a means of suppressing political dissension, the "universal factors" in this area of law, and the globalization of disability law.

 

更新日期:2006-6-15 22:54:00


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