Information to researchers
The international visits Program is coordinated by the University of Chile Law School and the Court of Justice. It allows the visitor to research about a specific topic, defined by agreement between the Law School, the Supreme Court and the interested person. The visit is aimed to acquire a vision over a juridical matter in Chile, throughout a comparison with the visitor’s origin country.
During the program, the visitor will have access to the Supreme Court’s facilities and bibliographic resources. In addition, other activities such as meetings with judges and public servants, guide visits to judiciary institutions and attendance to court’s hearings, could be scheduled.
The program is aimed at professors and students from foreign institutions, linked to University of Chile Law School through exchange programs, international cooperation or others alike.
The Supreme Court is currently researching topics such as Human Rights and justice access, especially concerning vulnerable groups related to subjects as gender, childhood, handicaps, immigrants and elderly. Other topics of interest are clear language in justice and domestic violence. The research on Human Rights is focused on current events.
Notwithstanding, the person interested on the international visit could propose other different subjects.
Professors who are applying to international visits shall fulfill the following requirements:
Professors interested on applying to international visits must send to email@example.com, copying firstname.lastname@example.org, at least one month previous to the date when the academic activity will be develop at the Law School, the following documentation:
The funding of transportation, housing, health insurance and any other expenses arising from the visit are the visitor’s exclusive responsibility.
The international visit could end for:
The persons participating on international visits shall observe the Supreme Court’s behavior protocols.