University of Liege | Version française
Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 21/10/2014
Version 2013-2014
DCER0029-2  Shared expert law module
- Litigation law for future experts (Overview of legal and competent institutions, general procedural rules for experts, expert theory and practice in civil matters)
- Elements of civil law in relation to expertise
- Elements of insurance law
- Expertise and non-jurisdictional modes for dispute resolution
- Compensation for physical injury.
- Penal law and penal procedures in relation to medical and psychological expertise
- Professional risk in relation to compensation for economic injury
- Expert ethics

Duration :  Litigation law for future experts (Overview of legal and competent institutions, general procedural rules for experts, expert theory and practice in civil matters) : 18h Th
Elements of civil law in relation to expertise : 6h Th
Elements of insurance law : 3h Th
Expertise and non-jurisdictional modes for dispute resolution : 3h Th
Compensation for physical injury. : 3h Th
Penal law and penal procedures in relation to medical and psychological expertise : 9h Th
Professional risk in relation to compensation for economic injury : 6h Th
Expert ethics : 3h Th
Number of credits :  
Certificat d'université : compétence en médecine d'assurance et expertise médicale, 1st year10
Lecturer :  Litigation law for future experts (Overview of legal and competent institutions, general procedural rules for experts, expert theory and practice in civil matters) :
Elements of civil law in relation to expertise :
Elements of insurance law :
Expertise and non-jurisdictional modes for dispute resolution :
Compensation for physical injury. :
Penal law and penal procedures in relation to medical and psychological expertise :
Professional risk in relation to compensation for economic injury :
Expert ethics :
Coordinator :  Philippe Boxho
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French language
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