Master in Labor Law and International Labor Relations Universidad Del Aconcagua (Mendoza) - Aconcagua University
The NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNIVERSITY EVALUATION AND ACCREDITATION (CONEAU) - Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology of the Nation- accredited the Master's Degree in Labor Law and International Labor Relations, created and directed by Dr. Julio Armando Grisolía, which is dictated in the National University of Tres de Febrero, with praiseworthy concepts, without observations and for the maximum period provided for in the applicable regulations.
The Master's program has national and local professors, with a Doctorate or Master's degree, judges and officials of the Judicial Power, thus guaranteeing the quality of teaching and the level of demand of the CONEAU.
It stands out for the diversity of contents and approaches, the plurality of views of teachers, and academic freedom, which allows a permanent exchange with teachers. It is unique in Latin America.
The approach to the subject is comprehensive: it encompasses an in-depth analysis of the essential issues of Labor Law and Social Security, and their relationship with international law and regional integration processes, not only highlighting the legal aspects but also the economic ones. , sociological and instrumental of labor relations and its link with all types of organizations.
Among students and graduates, the Master's Degree today exceeds 750 masters, emerging from the self-evaluation samples of satisfaction for its content, its interdisciplinary approach, also valuing as strengths its interdisciplinary design, its organization and direction, as well as the academic quality, solvency of the teaching body and the permanent stimulus to reflection.
In addition to studying theory and practice at a national and international level, the emphasis is also placed on local jurisprudence, giving the teacher a thorough knowledge of the subject. An example of this was the successful one offered by Dr. Nanclares, President of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza, on local jurisprudence in Work Cooperatives, Fraud and Solidarity Responsibility and later reiterated by Dr. Favier - Rapporteur of the Superior Court-.