Students of the Universidad Católica de Argentina carry out an internship at UBO
In the context of the academic activities of the Ibero-American Network of Schools and Faculties of Law, four students from the Catholic University of Argentina (UCA) made a short-stay exchange at the Bernardo O’Higgins University, with the aim of deepening their knowledge on the ‘Right of Consumption’.
During two weeks, and through face-to-face classes and visits to different institutions, the young people delved into the legal practice of consumption in Chile. In addition, they had the spaces to compare and analyze this specific issue in neighboring nations.
For the interns, the experience, which at first was overwhelming, has become friendlier and, as the days go by, the classes have been a contribution for their future.
In this regard, the Head of the Department of Private Law, Erika Isler, said that “this instance helps students from both institutions to share experiences on a specific topic that, in this case, corresponded to consumer law, allowing us to reflect with academic rigor this subject is so contingent.”