The Law Department
The Law Department (Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche) was established in 2004 as a result of the merger of the Law Faculty’s former Institutes. Institutional tasks of the Department are the promotion and the coordination of research activities in legal field.
The Department’s scientific work covers numerous on-going research projects, as well as further initiatives such as conferences and symposia promoted within the different disciplinary areas. Moreover, since 2004, the Department supports, by its own resources, the publication of a book series entitled ‘Collana del Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche (‘Law Department Series’).
The Law Department offers and manages six 2nd Level Master Courses and four Advanced Post-graduate Courses, one of which in e-learning mode. On the basis of a convention with the Centre for Defence Higher Studies (CASD), the Department also offers three 2nd Level Master Courses for training of officers and civil servants of the Ministry of Defence. Within these Masters, some posts are reserved to civil participants external to the Ministry of Defence.
- Interuniversity Master Course in Administrative Law – MIDA
- Interuniversity Master Course in Global Regulation of Markets
- Master Course in Corruption and Institutional System
- Master Course in Environmental Law
- Master Course in Labour and Social Security Law
- Master Course in European Private Law and Cooperation
- Master Course in International Military Strategy Studies
- Master Course in International Humanitarian Law and Law of Armed Conflict
- Master Course in Global Strategy and Security
- Advanced Post-graduate Training Course for the Preparation to the State Bar Exam
- Advanced Post-graduate Course in Regulation of Markets
- Advanced Post-graduate Course in Roman Law
- Advanced Post-graduate Course in Fundamental Rights in Europe