16/09/2016 14h35 - Updated 16/09/2016 14h35

Law scholars UEA win 2nd place in the Legal Knowledge Olympics 2016

The competition is promoted by the Brazilian Academy of Civil Law (ABDC) and brought together academics from eight Brazilian universities.
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Academic Law School of the University of the State of Amazonas (UEA) They won second place in the mode "Doctrinal knowledge" of the Legal Knowledge Olympics 2016. The competition is promoted by the Brazilian Academy of Civil Law (ABDC) and brought together academics from eight Brazilian universities. The award was held on the morning of Friday (16), in Sao Paulo (SP).

The second place was won by the following academic: Thiago Antonio Souza Oliveira (10eighth), Caio Silva Coelho Patrick Andrade (8º Period), Yuri Binda Milk (6º Period) and Gustavo Henrique de Carvalho Feitosa (8º Period). The competition aims to promote the study and research of private law in all law faculties of higher education institutions in the country, enabling the identification of academic talent and develop the socio-cultural exchange among students.

Brazilian Academy of Civil Law is a non-profit organization that has has as purpose search, promote and develop private law, congregating to so many domestic and foreign scholars working with the conviction that the improvement of private law will result in a more just and caring society. The first place was won by the University of São Paulo (USP) and the third from the Law School of Minas Gerais Pythagoras.

participating institutions: University of the State of Amazonas (UEA), Juiz de Fora Federal University (Ufjf), State University of Rio de Janeiro (Ufrj), Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo (Fdusp), Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation, Faculty of Minas Gerais Pythagoras Law and the Catholic University of Minas Gerais.

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