Sciences of Legal Services

Ragazzo a lezione
Bachelor
A.Y. 2020/2021
L-14 - Legal services
Bachelor
180
ECTS
Access
Open with admission self-assessment test
3
Years
Course location
Milano
Language
Italian
The degree programme in Sciences of Legal Services is intended to provide students with a baseline in legal studies, teaching them how to apply law to facts. The degree programme in Sciences of Legal Services trains students to enter a wide array of legal professions. On the public-sector side, the programme is for students hoping to enter a career in territorial administration (whether on a national, regional, or local level), working with a public entity or public holding. In terms of the private sector, the expected career path for graduates includes working in banking, insurance, finance, and more generally in investing and brokering, in the fields of compliance, contract management, and working with clients to avoid litigation. The degree programme also focuses on training experts in labour law, with the skill set and professional pedigree needed for HR management, union relations, collective bargaining, benefits management, and corporate welfare. Furthermore, the programme allows students to develop a specific understanding regarding issues relating to the evolution and governance of the non-profit arena within the Italian legal system. Graduates may have opportunities working directly for a company, public agency, or professional firm, or as independent professionals and entrepreneurs.
Indispensable for these professions is an understanding of a finite set of legal concepts, as well as a background in sociology, economics, and law-related computer skills. English-language proficiency is likewise required.
In a nutshell, we expect that upon graduating, those earning a degree in Sciences of Legal Services would know how to apply (using independent judgement and strong communication skills) their knowledge to solve problems in a wide range of professions within the legal field.
The degree programme in Sciences of Legal Services has four different curricula:
A. Corporate legal-affairs expert
B. Public-Administration legal-affairs expert
C. HR legal-affairs expert
D. Non-profit legal-affairs expert
In generale
Obiettivo generale del corso è quello di offrire una solida formazione giuridica di base che possa essere declinata, sulla base della scelta dello studente nel terzo anno di corso, su quattro percorsi differenti in funzione di una professionalizzazione specifica in ambito giuridico. A tutti gli studenti infatti viene richiesto l'ottenimento di una sicura conoscenza di base degli istituti giuridici, delle fonti del diritto, della normativa vigente, della principale dottrina, della giurisprudenza e del linguaggio giuridico, integrata da imprescindibili conoscenze economiche, storiche, filosofico-sociologiche e informatico-giuridiche. L'ultimo anno sarà invece particolarmente dedicato all'approfondimento di argomenti, oggetto di insegnamento, ritenuti direttamente professionalizzanti e allo svolgimento, in tutti i percorsi formativi offerti, di attività seminariali e di tirocinio obbligatorio al fine di consentire e sviluppare, attraverso un'esperienza pratica e diretta, le conoscenze e le competenze acquisite nel biennio precedente.

Operatore giuridico d'impresa
Funzione in un contesto di lavoro:
Il curriculum operatore giuridico d'impresa è diretto a fornire una formazione di carattere giuridico e professionale nei diversi settori in cui si articola l'attività di impresa, con particolare riguardo al mercato finanziario e ai principali operatori di riferimento (banche, imprese assicurative, intermediari finanziari), al fine di creare figure professionali con qualificate competenze giuridico-economiche. Le funzioni che il laureato è chiamato a svolgere sono quelle attinenti al supporto e alla consulenza giuridica e giuridico-aziendale, all'attività di supporto nell'elaborazione di soluzioni a problematiche giuridico-aziendali, nonché quelle di coordinamento gestionale e organizzativo sia all'interno che all'esterno di imprese.
Competenze associate alla funzione:
Anche attraverso una particolare attenzione ai profili economici e aziendali, il percorso di studi previsto per il curriculum garantisce, quindi, l'acquisizione di specifiche competenze di carattere giuridico e professionale, con particolare riferimento al diritto bancario, finanziario e assicurativo, discipline caratterizzate non solo da una normativa in costante e rapida evoluzione, ma anche da una progressiva maggiore attenzione degli organi giurisdizionali e, soprattutto, degli organismi di risoluzione stragiudiziale di recente istituzione (ABF e ACF).
Sbocchi professionali:
Naturale destinazione professionale è rappresentata dall'impiego all'interno di imprese, in particolare bancarie, assicurative e finanziarie e, più in generale, di investimento e di intermediazione, con finalità di consulenza e assistenza nella compliance, nella contrattualistica, nei rapporti con la clientela, nella gestione del pre-contenzioso (reclami), etc. Le competenze acquisite offrono, inoltre, la possibilità di svolgere attività libero-professionale nei settori dell'intermediazione assicurativa e finanziaria (agente, broker, consulente etc.).

Operatore giuridico nella Pubblica Amministrazione
Funzione in un contesto di lavoro:
Il Curriculum Operatore giuridico nella Pubblica Amministrazione, sulla base di un percorso di studi volto all'approfondimento delle principali tematiche del diritto pubblico e delle tecniche di redazione e interpretazione degli atti della P.A., si propone di formare figure professionali in grado di svolgere diverse funzioni all'interno delle organizzazioni pubbliche. In particolare, le funzioni collegate al contesto di lavoro nel quale l'operatore giuridico formatosi nel predetto Curriculum attengono alle diverse e complesse attribuzioni affidate alle pubbliche amministrazioni nell'attuale contesto socio-economico. Si tratta di attribuzioni di estremo rilievo come, a titolo meramente esemplificativo, quelle attinenti alla gestione del territorio, alla cura dei beni culturali, alla tutela dell'ambiente e della salute dei cittadini, alla prestazione dei servizi pubblici e all'affidamento dei contratti pubblici. Nell'ambito di queste e di altre fondamentali attribuzioni, le funzioni che possono essere ricoperte da un laureato con le competenze fornite dal presente Curriculum riguardano sia i profili di organizzazione interna agli uffici pubblici, sia quelli di esercizio dell'attività amministrativa. Più specificamente, le funzioni che potranno essere richieste all'interno di un conteso lavorativo pubblico saranno relative alla raccolta di dati e infomazioni, alla gestione dei rapporti fra uffici e organi delle diverse autorità, alla collaborazione nei vari procedimenti amministrativi, attraverso l'acquisizione, l'esame e la delibazione degli atti e dei documenti oggetto dell'istruttoria procedimentale, alla corretta interpretazione della disciplina normativa applicabile nelle singole fattispecie, alla collaborazione nell'assunzione delle determinazioni finali in seno ai procedimenti amministrativi e alla redazione dei relativi provvedimenti.
Competenze associate alla funzione:
Al fine dello svolgimento delle funzioni richiamate, l'Operatore giuridico nella Pubblica Amministrazione deve avere una buona conoscenza generale della normativa giuspubblicistica. In particolare, sono necessarie competenze relative ai profili organizzativi delle pubbliche autorità e a quelli concernenti l'attività di amministrazione attiva svolta dalle stesse. A tale ultimo proposito, accanto alla solida conoscenza dei più rilevanti istituti di carattere generale del diritto amministrativo, l'operatore dovrà possedere peculiari competenze con riguardo alla normativa attinente agli specifici settori di intervento delle pubbliche amministrazioni. Sono, inoltre, richieste competenze civilistiche di carattere generale, in considerazione dell'utilizzo da parte delle pubbliche amministrazioni di strumenti privatistici quali, a titolo esemplificativo, i contratti e i modelli societari. Le predette conoscenze giuridiche presuppongono altresì la piena consapevolezza delle implicazioni giuridiche derivanti dall'integrazione del nostro ordinamento giuridico in quello dell'Unione Europea. In un moderno contesto lavorativo sono importanti la conoscenza e la capacità d'uso delle tecnologie informatiche e telematiche e un'adeguata padronanza dell'inglese. Al fine dell'acquisizione delle competenze richiamate, concorre con lo studio delle singole materie d'esame lo svolgimento di un periodo di tirocinio formativo presso istituzioni e enti pubblici.
Sbocchi professionali:
L'Operatore giuridico nella Pubblica Amministrazione rinviene lo sbocco professionale naturale all'interno delle diverse tipologie di pubblica amministrazione. Si tratta, in particolare, delle amministrazioni territoriali (statali, regionali e locali), degli enti pubblici, delle società a partecipazione pubblica, nonché della struttura organizzativa delle autorità indipendenti e delle amministrazioni operanti nei settori dell'ambiente, dei beni culturali e dell'immigrazione. L'indirizzo pubblicistico consente altresì l'accesso a molteplici sviluppi professionali nei settori privati più frequentemente a contatto con le pubbliche amministrazioni: il riferimento riguarda le diverse categorie di imprese che, a vario titolo, operano nei settori dei contratti pubblici, dei servizi pubblici, dell'ambiente, dei beni culturali e dello sviluppo urbanistico.

Operatore giuridico nelle risorse umane e consulenza del lavoro
Funzione in un contesto di lavoro:
Obiettivo del corso è quello di formare di esperti in diritto del lavoro che, anche grazie alla preparazione di base, possano ottenere una qualificazione professionale finalizzata all'amministrazione e gestione del personale, alle relazioni sindacali ed alla contrattazione collettiva, alla previdenza sociale ed al welfare aziendale. Le principali funzioni all'interno del contesto di lavoro sono legate alla capacità di gestire e organizzare nel tempo un rapporto di lavoro; alla capacità di raccogliere informazioni sugli adempimenti in materia di lavoro, previdenza e assistenza dei lavoratori; alla capacità di offrire consulenza internamente o dall'esterno dell'azienda in relazione alle controversie in materia di lavoro e al contenzioso previdenziale; si occupa della gestione dei contratti individuali e collettivi di lavoro, contribuisce a programmare il fabbisogno di personale di cui necessita l'organizzazione, considerando i prevedibili flussi del personale in ingresso, la mobilità interna e il personale in uscita; collabora alla definizione della quantità e qualità delle risorse umane da acquisire, elaborando i profili del personale da assumere. Si occupa della ricerca e selezione del personale e affianca, durante i colloqui tecnico-specialistici, i responsabili delle unità organizzative, nelle quali sono previste nuove assunzioni. Si occupa delle problematiche sindacali, negoziando e pervenendo ad accordi con i rappresentanti dei lavoratori e contribuisce quindi ad elaborare e sviluppare i piani di inserimento e di accoglienza del personale. Inoltre collabora a definire le politiche retributive e a definire e sviluppare le iniziative collegate ai temi della salute e della sicurezza.
Competenze associate alla funzione
Al fine dello svolgimento delle funzioni indicate, l'operatore giuridico in risorse umane e consulenza del lavoro deve avere una buona conoscenza generale della normativa in ambito giuslavoristico e del funzionamento delle organizzazioni aziendali. Occorrono poi competenze professionali in materia di contabilità, consulenza fiscale e, soprattutto in relazione al mutevole contesto normativo di riferimento, assistenza contrattuale. Importanti sono poi le competenze nel campo di una comunicazione efficace, quali l'ascolto attivo, la capacità di negoziare e di lavorare in gruppo, la capacità di porre e risolvere problemi (problem-setting e solving). Sono inoltre necessarie la conoscenza e la capacità d'uso delle tecnologie informatiche e telematiche ed un'adeguata padronanza dell'inglese. In relazione allo sviluppo delle competenze indicate, oltre al superamento degli esami, concorre lo svolgimento, di un periodo di tirocinio formativo presso studi professionali di consulenza del lavoro, direzioni del personale ed uffici legali di qualificate imprese private, associazioni di categoria e sindacati, enti pubblici ed istituzioni di settore.
Sbocchi professionali
Attività quale libero professionista nell'area della consulenza del lavoro o collaboratore in studi di consulenza del lavoro (il corso di studi consente l'accesso alla pratica professionale in vista dell'esame di abilitazione alla professione di consulente del lavoro); Impiego negli uffici di amministrazione del personale e gestione delle risorse umane in imprese private; Impiego negli uffici di relazioni sindacali e industriali in imprese private; Impiego quale funzionario di associazioni di categoria e di rappresentanza di interessi, di associazioni sindacali, di enti bilaterali; Impiego presso agenzie di somministrazione di lavoro temporaneo, società di ricerca e selezione del personale e di placement/outplacement; Impiego quale funzionario di enti pubblici operanti nel campo dei servizi per l'impiego, delle politiche del lavoro, della formazione e delle politiche sociali, delle prestazioni previdenziali e della relativa contribuzione; Dipendente da enti previdenziali e da autorità di vigilanza; Esperto nella sicurezza sul lavoro, nella privacy e nel trattamento dei dati personali, nella compliance aziendale; Ricercatore e/o docente di centri di ricerca e di formazione professionale nelle aree del lavoro e delle relazioni sindacali.

Operatore giuridico negli enti no profit e nel terzo settore
Funzione in un contesto di lavoro:
Secondo gli ultimi dati Istat disponibili (2014), il mondo del non profit si presenta come un settore particolarmente attivo sia sul territorio nazionale che su quello regionale. In Lombardia sono attive oltre 46.000 imprese non profit, al cui interno operano, a vario titolo, oltre un milione di persone.
In questo contesto, il Curriculum in "Operatori del non profit e del terzo settore" mira a formare giuristi junior che possano operare all'interno delle ONLUS, delle ONG, delle associazioni e delle cooperative sociali, apportando quelle competenze utile a rispondere in modo efficace alle sempre più complesse questioni giuridiche che il terzo settore è chiamato ad affrontare.
Competenze associate alla funzione:
Il piano di studi intende garantire un percorso formativo mirato all'acquisizione di specifiche competenze concernenti le problematiche legate all'evoluzione e alla disciplina giuridica del terzo settore nell'ordinamento italiano. L'offerta formativa si concentra sui profili pubblicistici concernenti l'affermazione e la tutela dei diritti umani, sullo sviluppo delle politiche sociali nel sistema di welfare italiano, sulla organizzazione e la gestione degli enti religiosi e non profit. Il piano di studi prevede inoltre la possibilità di affinare le competenze con riferimento ai diritti di una o più categorie sociali svantaggiate (persone con disabilità, minori, detenuti, immigrati) la cui tutela costituisce, nella maggior parte dei casi, l'obiettivo del terzo settore. Nell'ambito del percorso formativo sarà possibile effettuare tirocini e stages presso istituzioni pubbliche, religiose e imprese private che operano nel settore.
Sbocchi professionali
Impiego nell'attività di tutela e promozione dei diritti umani all'interno delle associazioni e delle ONG; impiego nell'attività collegata alla stesura e alla realizzazione di progetti di sviluppo dei diritti umani all'interno delle istituzioni, delle associazioni e delle ONG nazionali e internazionali; impiego nell'attività di monitoraggio, ricerca, analisi e sviluppo nelle società di advocacy e nelle agenzie italiane, europee e internazionali operanti nel campo di tutela dei diritti umani; funzionario di enti pubblici e istituzioni locali operanti nel campo dei servizi e dell'assistenza sociale; formatore nelle aree del diritto antidiscriminatorio; impiego gestionale-amministrativo all'interno delle imprese, delle associazioni e delle cooperative del terzo settore.
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Qualifications and skills required for admission

Admission into the Bachelor’s degree programme in Sciences of Legal Services is conditional upon earning a secondary, high-school, or college-preparatory diploma, or other equivalent foreign diploma, and suitable educational background.
Enrolment in the programme is not capped.

Admission assessment

The Faculty requires a non-binding self-assessment test (CISIA Consortium TOLC-SU). This is mandatory for all students, and intended to educate students on the choice they are making and to assess their educational background, especially their general baseline of knowledge, and their reasoning and logic abilities. The dates and procedures for the test will be provided in the general call for applications.

Additional learning requirements (OFA)

Students may matriculate regardless of their test results. Students scoring less than 20/50 on the first three sections, or less than 12/30 in the “Reading comprehension and Italian language” portion of the test will be assigned additional learning requirements (OFA) aimed at filling these gaps. The OFA must be satisfied within the first year of the programme through the remedial work contemplated by the University. Information on OFA procedures, and failure to complete the OFA will be provided on the degree programme’s webpage.

The programme offers a wide variety of study-abroad opportunities, with a full range of coursework options. Beginning in the second semester of Year I, students may study abroad at one or more European universities as part of the Erasmus+ Programme. Our university partners include: Austria (Innsbruck), Germany (Frankfurt, Costanza, Tübingen, Osnabrück, Heidelberg), Belgium (Brussels, Leuven), France (Cergy Pointoise, Montpellier, Paris, Rheims, Strasbourg, Toulouse), Finland (Helsinki), Greece (Thessaly), Great Britain (Edge Hill), Norway (Bergen), Netherlands (Nijmegen, Wageningen), Portugal (Coimbra, Lisbon, Oporto), Czech Republic (Prague), Poland (Krakow, Breslavia, Poznań), Croatia (Zagreb), Romania (Timișoara), Hungary (Budapest), Sweden (Lund), Spain (Barcelona, Castellón, Girona, Granada, Huelva, La Coruña, Lleida, Madrid, Oviedo, Pamplona, San Sebastian, Seville, Valencia, Santiago de Compostela), Turkey (Istanbul). Students admitted into the programme pursue academic training through foreign universities. There, they have the option to research and write their thesis, whilst benefiting from a scholarship, and earning academic credit for any exams passed or academic work completed. Students are also eligible for bonus points on their final degree mark for their thesis. An analogous programme is available in Switzerland through the Swiss European Mobility (Geneva, Lucerne, Freiburg).
Students also have the option of studying abroad for six months, earning academic credit for exams and academic activities, as well as bonus points on their final degree mark for their thesis, at the following non-EU campuses: U.S. (Ithaca, New York), China (Xiamen, Shanghai, Sozhou and Beijing), Japan (Kobe), Brazil (Niterói), South Korea (Seoul) and Canada (Montreal).
Through the Erasmus + Placement programme students have internship opportunities, beginning in Year III. Internships are currently available through businesses, law firms, or other institutions in England, Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, and Portugal. Students will enjoy, in addition to a scholarship, transfer credit for all successfully completed work, as well as bonus points on their final degree mark for their thesis.
Additionally, each year the Faculty gives students a chance to be a part of a national and international Moot Court competition team. Finally, students will have the opportunity to take part in international Summer Schools.

Highly recommended, not mandatory.

Courses list

year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Roman law and contemporary history law 12 84 Italian IUS/18 IUS/19
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Constitutional law 9 63 Italian IUS/08
Economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Private law 9 63 Italian IUS/01
Optional
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Business administration and organization 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
English assessment B1 (5 ECTS) 5 0 Italian
Study plan rules
1a - Students must choose a 9 credits (CFU) exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Civil procedural law and criminal procedural law 12 84 Italian IUS/15 IUS/16
International law and european union law 12 84 Italian IUS/13 IUS/14
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Criminal law 9 63 Italian IUS/17
Labour law 9 63 Italian IUS/07
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Administrative law 9 63 Italian IUS/10
Commercial law 9 63 Italian IUS/04
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Banking, insurance, and financial markets law 15 105 Italian IUS/04
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Civil execution and bankruptcy enforcement law 9 63 Italian IUS/15
Tax law 6 42 Italian IUS/12
Optional
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/10
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian IUS/05 IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian IUS/08
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Optional
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Regional law 6 42 Italian IUS/09
Roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English IUS/13
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Internship 6 0 Italian
Final Exam 4 0 Italian
Study plan rules
3.1.a - Students must choose a 6-CFU exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/08
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
3.1.b - Students must earn a total of 12 CFU by choosing two elective exams amongst those offered by the Faculty. For purposes of meeting the specific requirements of the Corporate legal-affairs expert track, the following are specifically recommended as electives:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Consumer law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
8 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English First semester IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English First semester IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English First semester IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English First semester IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian First semester IUS/08
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English Second semester SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian Second semester MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Roman law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English Second semester IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English Undefined IUS/13
5 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
6 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/05 IUS/10
Regional law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/09
Prescribed foundation courses
Learning activityPrescribed foundation courses
Administrative law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Business economics and management CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMMERCIAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL COMMERCIAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Civil execution and bankruptcy enforcement law CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Corporate criminal procedure CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Drafting and construing public records Administrative law (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
ECONOMIC POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility Economics (compulsory)
Economics of financial intermediaries CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Employment and benefits disputes and litigation CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN UNION LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
International criminal law CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
JUVENILE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
LABOUR LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour statistics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Law and economics as a school of thought Economics (compulsory)
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Management of individual and collective employment contracts CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Monetary and credit economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
PRISON LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Public economic law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Public finance CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Regional and local law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Safeguarding human rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Strategies of Organized Crime Control CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
TAX LAW COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
The economics of crime Economics (compulsory)
The welfare state and new social rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Roman law and contemporary history law 12 84 Italian IUS/18 IUS/19
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Constitutional law 9 63 Italian IUS/08
Economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Private law 9 63 Italian IUS/01
Optional
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Business administration and organization 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
English assessment B1 (5 ECTS) 5 0 Italian
Study plan rules
1a - Students must choose a 9 credits (CFU) exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Civil procedural law and criminal procedural law 12 84 Italian IUS/15 IUS/16
International law and european union law 12 84 Italian IUS/13 IUS/14
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Criminal law 9 63 Italian IUS/17
Labour law 9 63 Italian IUS/07
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Administrative law 9 63 Italian IUS/10
Commercial law 9 63 Italian IUS/04
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Public economic law 9 63 Italian IUS/05
Tax law 6 42 Italian IUS/12
Optional
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian IUS/08
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Drafting and construing public records 12 84 Italian IUS/10
Regional and local law 9 63 Italian IUS/09
Optional
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English IUS/13
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Internship 6 0 Italian
Final Exam 4 0 Italian
Study plan rules
3.2.a - Students must choose a 6-CFU exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Public finance 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Economic policy 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/02
3.2.b - Students must earn a total of 12 CFU by choosing two elective exams amongst those offered by the Faculty. For purposes of meeting the specific requirements of the Public-Administration legal-affairs expert track, the following are specifically recommended as electives:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/21
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Environmental law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
8 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English First semester IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English First semester IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English First semester IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English First semester IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian First semester IUS/08
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English Second semester SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian Second semester MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Roman law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English Second semester IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English Undefined IUS/13
7 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
5 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Prescribed foundation courses
Learning activityPrescribed foundation courses
Administrative law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Business economics and management CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMMERCIAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL COMMERCIAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Civil execution and bankruptcy enforcement law CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Corporate criminal procedure CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Drafting and construing public records Administrative law (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
ECONOMIC POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility Economics (compulsory)
Economics of financial intermediaries CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Employment and benefits disputes and litigation CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN UNION LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
International criminal law CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
JUVENILE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
LABOUR LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour statistics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Law and economics as a school of thought Economics (compulsory)
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Management of individual and collective employment contracts CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Monetary and credit economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
PRISON LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Public economic law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Public finance CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Regional and local law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Safeguarding human rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Strategies of Organized Crime Control CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
TAX LAW COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
The economics of crime Economics (compulsory)
The welfare state and new social rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Roman law and contemporary history law 12 84 Italian IUS/18 IUS/19
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Constitutional law 9 63 Italian IUS/08
Economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Private law 9 63 Italian IUS/01
Optional
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Business administration and organization 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
English assessment B1 (5 ECTS) 5 0 Italian
Study plan rules
1a - Students must choose a 9 credits (CFU) exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Civil procedural law and criminal procedural law 12 84 Italian IUS/15 IUS/16
International law and european union law 12 84 Italian IUS/13 IUS/14
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Criminal law 9 63 Italian IUS/17
Labour law 9 63 Italian IUS/07
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Administrative law 9 63 Italian IUS/10
Commercial law 9 63 Italian IUS/04
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs 12 84 Italian IUS/07
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Tax law 6 42 Italian IUS/12
Optional
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/10
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian IUS/05 IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian IUS/08
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Employment and benefits disputes and litigation 9 63 Italian IUS/15
Management of individual and collective employment contracts 9 63 Italian IUS/07
Optional
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Labour statistics 12 84 Italian SECS-S/05
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Regional law 6 42 Italian IUS/09
Roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English IUS/13
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Internship 6 0 Italian
Final Exam 4 0 Italian
Study plan rules
3.3.b - Students must choose a 6-CFU exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Labour economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
3.3.c - Students must earn a total of 12 CFU by choosing two elective exams amongst those offered by the Faculty. For purposes of meeting the specific requirements of the HR legal-affairs expert track, the following are specifically recommended as electives:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian Second semester MED/44
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
3.3.a - Students must choose a 12 credits (CFU) exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs 12 84 Italian year IUS/07
Labour statistics 12 84 Italian Second semester SECS-S/05
8 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English First semester IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English First semester IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English First semester IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English First semester IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian First semester IUS/08
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English Second semester SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian Second semester MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Roman law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English Second semester IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English Undefined IUS/13
7 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
5 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
6 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/05 IUS/10
Regional law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/09
Prescribed foundation courses
Learning activityPrescribed foundation courses
Administrative law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Business economics and management CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMMERCIAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL COMMERCIAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Civil execution and bankruptcy enforcement law CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Corporate criminal procedure CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Drafting and construing public records Administrative law (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
ECONOMIC POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility Economics (compulsory)
Economics of financial intermediaries CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Employment and benefits disputes and litigation CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN UNION LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
International criminal law CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
JUVENILE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
LABOUR LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour statistics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Law and economics as a school of thought Economics (compulsory)
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Management of individual and collective employment contracts CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Monetary and credit economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
PRISON LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Public economic law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Public finance CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Regional and local law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Safeguarding human rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Strategies of Organized Crime Control CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
TAX LAW COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
The economics of crime Economics (compulsory)
The welfare state and new social rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Roman law and contemporary history law 12 84 Italian IUS/18 IUS/19
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Constitutional law 9 63 Italian IUS/08
Economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Private law 9 63 Italian IUS/01
Optional
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian IUS/20
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Business administration and organization 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
English assessment B1 (5 ECTS) 5 0 Italian
Study plan rules
1a - Students must choose a 9 credits (CFU) exam amongst the following:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Philosophy of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
Sociology of law and legal information technology 9 63 Italian First semester IUS/20
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Civil procedural law and criminal procedural law 12 84 Italian IUS/15 IUS/16
International law and european union law 12 84 Italian IUS/13 IUS/14
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Criminal law 9 63 Italian IUS/17
Labour law 9 63 Italian IUS/07
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Administrative law 9 63 Italian IUS/10
Commercial law 9 63 Italian IUS/04
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Safeguarding human rights 12 84 Italian IUS/08
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Tax law 6 42 Italian IUS/12
Optional
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/10
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian IUS/05 IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian IUS/08
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Comparative constitutional law 9 63 Italian IUS/21
The welfare state and new social rights 9 63 Italian IUS/08
Optional
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English IUS/13
Regional law 6 42 Italian IUS/09
Roman law 6 42 Italian IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English IUS/13
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Internship 6 0 Italian
Final Exam 4 0 Italian
Study plan rules
3.4 - Students must earn a total of 12 CFU by choosing two elective exams amongst those offered by the Faculty. For purposes of meeting the specific requirements of the Non-profit legal-affairs expert track, the following are specifically recommended as electives:
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
History of human rights 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
8 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
Advanced administrative law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Advanced corporate law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Advanced roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Anti-discrimination law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Banking and financial law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Bankruptcy law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Business economics and management 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/08
Canon law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Civil procedural law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/15
Commercial transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04 IUS/15
Comparative labour law 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Comparative law: religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 English First semester IUS/21
Comparative private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative private law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/02
Comparative public law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/21
Competition law and economics 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Constitutional law advanced (italian constitutional law) 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and the judiciary 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Consumer law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Copyright law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Cultural property law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Deontology of legal professions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Economic analysis of private law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/02
Economics of financial intermediaries 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Economics of the securities trade 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/11
Environmental Sustainability 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Ethics, market and institutions 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Eu competition law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
EU Internal Market Law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu judicial cooperation in criminal matters 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Eu procedural law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
European citizens' data protection, data governance and cybersecurity 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
European monetary and economic law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
European transport law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. Finance for development 6 42 English First semester SECS-P/11
Financial statement analysis and business valuation 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/09
Gender justice 6 42 English First semester IUS/08
History of roman law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
History of the criminal justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Industrial economics and policy 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/04
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 English First semester IUS/13 IUS/15
International contracts and business law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International economic law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 English First semester IUS/13
International, European and Comparative Environmental Law 6 42 English First semester IUS/02 IUS/13
Ius commune 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/19
Juvenile criminal procedure 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Labour economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Labour law in the Public Administration 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/07
Law and religion 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/11
Law of obligations 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/01
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Legal logic 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Legal medicine and insurance law 6 42 Italian First semester MED/43
Legal sociology of labour 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
M and A: the contract 6 42 English First semester IUS/04
Monetary and credit economics 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/01
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Parliamentary law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/08
Philosophy of law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Prison law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/16
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 English First semester IUS/10
Public finance 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Roman law of people and family 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/18
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 English First semester IUS/20
Tax law advanced 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/12
The economics of crime 6 42 Italian First semester SECS-P/03
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 English First semester IUS/12
Theory of Justice 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/20
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 English First semester IUS/07
Urban law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/10
Women's rights in the constitutional state 6 45 Italian First semester IUS/08
Administrative, constitutional and European justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/09 IUS/10 IUS/14 IUS/21
Advanced Comparative Public Law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Advanced computer law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Advanced criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Agriculture and Sustainable Development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
An introduction to Italian private law in a comparative perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/01
Anglo-american law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Arbitration law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil law execution 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Civil transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/15
Comparative and european law and religion 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/11
Comparative constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/21
Comparative contract law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02
Compliance and integrity management 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/07
Conflict of laws 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
Constitutional justice 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Constitutional law and new technologies 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Contracts on regulated markets 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01 IUS/02
Corporate criminal procedure 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/16
Criminal commercial law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminal law clinic 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Criminology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/17
Cyber security, privacy and protection of sensitive data 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Disabled people law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Economic policy 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/02
Empirical legal studies 6 42 English Second semester SECS-P/11
Environmental law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
Eu administrative law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10
EU Law on Business and Human Rights 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
European citizens' DP, DG and cybersecurity: trade secrets, industrial and critical infrastructure security in Eu 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
European company law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/04
European Labour Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/07
Exegesis of the roman law sources 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Family law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
Financial markets and securities law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Fundamentals of European law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
General theory of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Greek law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
History of human rights 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of modern codification 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
History of the legal professions 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/19
Human resource management in public administration and non-profit organisations 6 42 Italian Second semester SECS-P/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/02 IUS/13
International criminal law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/17
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/13
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
IP LAW (Industrial and Intellectual Property Right) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/04
Labour law (advanced) 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Labour transactional law and litigation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07 IUS/15
Land and water grabbing 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Law and bioethics 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Law and economics as a school of thought 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 English Second semester IUS/20
Legal anthropology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Legal information technology 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Media law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08
Navigation law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/06
Occupational medicine 6 42 Italian Second semester MED/44
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Roman law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/18
Social security law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Sociology of law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Sociology of law advanced 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Strategies of Organized Crime Control 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/10 IUS/17
Sustainable Development in Global Trade (WTO) Law 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 English Second semester IUS/13
The italian judicial system 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/15
Theory and technique of legal interpretation 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/20
Trade union and industrial relations law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Transnational commercial litigation 6 42 English Second semester IUS/15
Workplace health and safety law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/07
Workshop on EU migration and asylum law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 English Undefined IUS/13
7 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/01
6 - Amongst the electives available to the student are the classes available through the Faculty's Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes, specifically, the following 6-CFU exams (provided the student has not already taken them, and provided they are offered the year in question):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Public economic law and public contracts law 6 42 Italian First semester IUS/05 IUS/10
Regional law 6 42 Italian Second semester IUS/09
Prescribed foundation courses
Learning activityPrescribed foundation courses
Administrative law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance contract, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Banking, insurance, and financial markets law COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Business economics and management CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMMERCIAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL COMMERCIAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
CRIMINOLOGY CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Civil execution and bankruptcy enforcement law CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Corporate criminal procedure CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Criminal labour law and corporate compliance CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Drafting and construing public records Administrative law (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
ECONOMIC POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility Economics (compulsory)
Economics of financial intermediaries CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Employment and benefits disputes and litigation CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN UNION LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
International criminal law CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
JUVENILE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
LABOUR LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Labour statistics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Law and economics as a school of thought Economics (compulsory)
Law of religious entities and non-profit organisations CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Management of individual and collective employment contracts CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Monetary and credit economics CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
PRISON LAW CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
Public economic law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Public finance CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), Economics (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Regional and local law CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Safeguarding human rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Social security law, corporate welfare, social security and labour taxation, labour costs CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), LABOUR LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Strategies of Organized Crime Control CRIMINAL LAW (compulsory)
TAX LAW COMMERCIAL LAW (compulsory), CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
The economics of crime Economics (compulsory)
The welfare state and new social rights CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (compulsory), PRIVATE LAW (compulsory)
Location
Milano
Head of study programme
University and programme transfer tutor
Credit recognition tutor
Quality Assurance Delegate
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