Bucerius Learning Innovation feat. Chatham Partners - Workshop on Sector Planning
To kick off the project course on Construction Project Development, our lawyer Christian Hopf held a basic workshop on sector planning and planning approval law for students of Bucerius Law School.
The project course Construction Project Development is a new component of Bucerius Law School's focus curriculum, which was developed by Bucerius Law School's Learning Innovation Lab and its Chair of Public Law III in cooperation with the Center for Teaching and Learning Services at RWTH Aachen University and is jointly run by the two universities. As part of the project course, the students of Bucerius Law School are to consider, in exchange with the participants of the Flood Risk Management lecture at RWTH Aachen University, which of several available locations is best suited for the construction of a new flood retention basin in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg from a legal and technical point of view. The didactic goal of the course is to make the exciting challenges of the interdisciplinary cooperation of lawyers with engineers, architects and other specialist disciplines (and vice versa), which are commonplace in construction project development, tangible for the students.
The innovative course concept - at least for legal education - is rounded off by the fact that both the exchange between the students and the final presentation will take place networked in virtual space via VR glasses.
We are pleased and thankful that we were able to contribute to this pioneering course with our introductory workshop and are looking forward to the results.