Law

To train in Law at the University of Milan is to draw on the prestige, quality and authority of one of the best faculties in Italy and one very open to the needs and demands of an ever-changing international context.

In addition to training oriented toward traditional career opportunities, Law offers more specialised pathways toward work and careers in the corporate world, in public administration and with international bodies and institutions.

Via Festa del Perdono 7

President of the Managing Committee
Prof.ssa Nerina Boschiero

From academic year 2021/2022 it will be necessary to submit a study plan in order to take non-compulsory exams.

Room capacity to hold didactic activities as well as activities by exam and graduation committees may be reverted by Universities to 100% starting immediately.

Regulations for the access of the foreign students to the University of Milan

According to the current national provisions, all the students must hold and are required to show the COVID-19 GREEN PASS certification.

The Rector's Decree and the technical-operational guidelines for resuming in-person teaching and learning in September are online.

Educational offering a.y. 2021/2022
A.Y. 2021/2022
Sciences of Legal Services
A.Y. 2021/2022
Law and Sustainable Development
A.Y. 2020/2021
Sustainable Development - in esaurimento
See also
Management of Health Systems and Organisations (MASS)

Interfaculty degree programme with Medicine and Surgery and Political, Economic and Social Sciences

Studying Law at the University of Milan: the main features and strengths of the Faculty

Continue your studies or enter the workplace: employment opportunities and post-graduate training



Location

The Faculty of Law is located in Milan, on Via Festa del Perdono 7.

  • Classrooms
    Teaching sector, via Festa del Perdono 7-12 - 20122 Milan
  • Law and Humanities Library
    via Festa del Perdono, 7 - 20122 Milan
    tel. 02.503.12468 - info.bsgu@unimi.it
     
  • Study Room 
    via Festa del Perdono 3 - 20122 Milan - 212 places
    Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:45pm.

Department of Private Law and Legal History
via Festa del Perdono 7 - 20122 Milano

Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law
via Festa del Perdono 7- 20122 Milano

Department of Law "Cesare Beccaria"
via Festa del Perdono 7- 20122 Milano

 

Student Offices for the Faculties of Humanities and Social Studies
Head: Ms. Laura Carradori

Student Office for the Faculty
Via Festa del Perdono 7 - 20122 Milano
email: didattica.giurisprudenza@unimi.it (for information on teaching activities and SIFA service)
email: presidenza.giurisprudenza@unimi.it

Office of the President of the Executive Committee

Head: Mr. Dario Curasi
phone: 02/503.12665, fax: 02/503.12653
email: dario.curasi@unimi.it

Registrar

Via Santa Sofia 9/1 - 20122 Milan (entrance from the inner courtyard)

Faculty events

Le azioni dell’Università Statale di Milano a sostegno dell’imprenditorialità giovanile e dei percorsi professionalizzanti negli ambiti della responsabilità sociale, della cultura e dello sport, al centro dell’incontro in streaming organizzato dall’Ateneo e da Fondazione UniMi, con le testimonianze degli studenti sui programmi “Statale al Bekka”, “Save the Children” e “Sistema Musei” e la presentazione in anteprima della piattaforma di crowdfunding targata UniMi.

Le azioni dell’Università Statale di Milano a sostegno dell’imprenditorialità giovanile e dei percorsi professionalizzanti negli ambiti della responsabilità sociale, della cultura e dello sport, al centro dell’incontro, in presenza solo con Green Pass, organizzato dall’Ateneo e da Fondazione UniMi, con le testimonianze degli studenti sui programmi “Statale al Bekka”, “Save the Children” e “Sistema Musei” e la presentazione in anteprima della piattaforma di crowdfunding targata UniMi.

Il rapporto tra populismi e democrazia liberale nella compagine storica, politica e giurisprudenziale al centro dell’incontro, su Teams e in presenza solo con Green Pass, organizzato dal dipartimento di Studi storici dell’Università Statale di Milano. Un’analisi tra esperti di differenti aree disciplinari sugli aspetti del fenomeno e sulle differenti accezioni attribuite, da ideologia flessibile anti-elitista e anti-pluralista a pura espressione dell’anima popolare.