MUST University signs partnership with CAASP, from the Bar Association (OAB)

Lawyers registered with OAB SP will have benefits in the American institution’s programs

MUST University, an American university offering online master’s and doctorate degrees, has just signed a partnership with CAASP – Caixa de Assistência dos Advogados de São Paulo, an organization of the Brazilian Bar Association. 

A CAASP is a charitable, non-profit entity, with its own legal personality and assets, financial and administrative autonomy, headquartered in the capital of São Paulo. The association’s statutory purpose is to provide social assistance to lawyers and interns regularly registered with OAB SP and their respective dependents.

The agreement was formalized at CAASP headquarters on June 20, by the entity’s president, Adriana Galvão, and the director of New Business at MUST University, Ricardo Marafon, with the presence of MUST’s Marketing director, Sílvio Meneghello, the coordinator from the Master’s Program in Legal Studies with an Emphasis on International Law, Mônica Coimbra, from the deputy coordinator of the same Program, Anderson Benaglia, from the lawyers and professors at MUST Dimitri Sales and Ruth Castanha.

With the partnership, lawyers regularly enrolled at OAB SP will have special conditions to study master’s programs at MUST University. One of the most popular courses in the class is Legal Studies, with an emphasis on International Law. This program is designed to provide a solid foundation in legal doctrine and concepts, while developing and refining students’ ability to identify and analyze legal issues.

“We are excited about this partnership, which offers OAB SP lawyers a unique opportunity to advance their academic and professional careers. With the scholarship, we hope to facilitate access to our Legal Studies program with an emphasis on International Law, providing robust and relevant training that enhances the ability to analyze and identify legal issues,” says the president of MUST University, Giulianna C. Meneghello .

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