Each course of studies is structured in three interdisciplinary modules. The following courses will be held mainly in the first semester (please check the link below), for 4th and 5th year students: Legal deeds and civil procedure (civil law); Legal deeds and civil procedure (business law); Legal deeds and civil procedure (labour law); Laboratory on EU current policies on migration and development; Administrative, constitutional and European justice; Procedural documents and criminal legal opinions. Each module will award 2 credits and will last 15 hours, totalling a 6-credit and 45-hour exam.
Attendance is mandatory and an exam must be taken at the end of each module; the final grade will consist of the three modules' average mark.
The student may attend the three modules continuously, or over different years. A partial derogation is provided for the courses in Legal deeds and civil procedure (civil law), Legal deeds and civil procedure (business law), Legal deeds and civil procedure (labour law). For these three courses, module 1 and module 2 must be attended consecutively, due to their close connection, while the third module may be followed in different years.
The content of each course is specified in the relevant presentation, which is available at the address below, along with preliminary examination details.
Without prejudice to specific prerequisites, for the student to be admitted, they must have passed all the exams scheduled for the first two years of the degree programme.
As the courses require a close teacher-student interaction, for organizational and logistic purposes we kindly ask you to register through the Sifa exam registration procedure (click on course registration on the left, and access the course lists). Registrations for second-semester courses will close on 17 February 2019.
For organizational reasons, there are 30 places available for each course.
In the event of a higher demand, students will be selected based on their weighted average exam grade.