Law and Sustainable Development

Sustainable
Laurea magistrale
A.A. 2020/2021
LM/SC-GIUR - LM-SC-GIUR Scienze Giuridiche
Laurea magistrale
120
Crediti
Accesso
Libero con valutazione dei requisiti di accesso
2
Anni
Sede
Milano
Lingua
Inglese
The LL.M. in Law and Sustainable Development, entirely taught in English, aims at educating professionals capable of using their advanced legal knowledge and skills, integrated with an understanding of the underlying socio-economic issues, to further the realization of the SDGs in the activities of public and private organizations, at the international, national, and local level.

The programme provides students with an advanced understanding of contemporary legal and socio-economic dynamics, characterised by interdependence, increasing complexity, rapid evolution, and integration between different fields of knowledge, as well as by a pluralist legal landscape, in which the traditional boundaries between levels (international, supranational, and domestic) and sources (public/private) of regulation are blurring.

In this context, students will develop an advanced understanding of the theoretical foundations of sustainability processes and the ethical implications of the choices made in this field by policy-makers and regulators, as well as by economic and social actors. They will also acquire an in-depth knowledge of the international and European legal framework applicable to the design and implementation of sustainability policies by international and supranational organisations, national and local public authorities, corporations (both in the domestic and transnational dimension), and organisations of the civil society (including NGOs).
The LL.M. in Law and Sustainable Development aims at shaping a new type of international legal expert able to contribute to the realization of the SDGs, within the public sector (at the local, national, supranational, and international levels), the private sector (business enterprises), the professional services sector (consultancy and legal firms), and within the third sector (non-profit organizations, NGOs, and advanced research institutions).

Students will be educated and trained for the following professional profiles.

1) Legal expert in SD for the public institutions (Public Administration, supranational and international institutions). Graduate students, especially those who choose the curriculum 'Rule of Law', will be able to develop normative approaches and policies in line with the SDGs. Students will contribute to guiding decisional processes within international and supranational organizations, national, regional and local institutions, to promote social, economic and environmental standards. Building on the best practices developed in these fields, students will be able, in particular, to manage the private-public partnerships and the green and ethical public procurement, to enhance transparency, and to tackle corruption.

2) Legal expert in SD for business (sustainability managers in enterprises, national and multi-national corporations). Graduate students, especially those who choose the curriculum 'Law, Economics, and Development', will be able to deal with the legal aspects related to the sustainability in business enterprises, focusing mainly on corporate social responsibility. They will contribute to the drafting of contracts and the adoption of business strategies that meet the needs of the enterprise and its stakeholders while promoting social and environmental standards.

3) Legal expert in SD in consulting (consultancy-firms and law-firms). Graduate students, especially those who choose the curricula 'Law, Economics, and Development' or 'Environmental Law and Policy', will be able to provide legal advice and other professional services about the applicable social and environmental rules and standards. They will conduct research and draw up reports on subjects relevant to human rights and environmental regulation adopted at the international, European, and national levels. Moreover, they will make use of their knowledge of regulations and standards applicable in different areas (i.e. environment, trade, finance and investments, competition, manufacturing, agriculture, and health) in tasks such as auditing and compliance.

4) Legal expert in SD for the third sector (non-profit organizations, NGOs, think-tanks, research institutes). Graduate students, especially those who choose the curricula 'Human Rights Law and Social Development' or 'Environmental Law and Policy', will be able to provide legal advice to not-for-profit organizations operating in the areas of development aid and cooperation, environmental protection, and human rights law. In this context, they will engage in advocacy activities and strategic litigation, fund-raising, as well as the design, management and monitoring of projects. They will be able to conduct advanced research in public and private research centres.
Candidates applying for the LL.M. in Law and Sustainable Development must hold a first cycle (three years/bachelor = 180 ECTS) degree, be proficient in English (level C1), and have adequate personal knowledge and background.

In particular, candidates must hold either:
a) A first cycle degree obtained in Italy or abroad, in Law, Economics, Political Science, or International Relations. In accordance with national classification, italian first cycle degree must belong to one of the following classes of degrees: L-14 (Scienze dei servizi giuridici), L-33 (Scienze economiche), L-36 (Scienze politiche e delle relazioni internazionali), L-37 (Scienze sociali per la cooperazione, lo sviluppo e la pace), L-16 (Scienze dell'amministrazione e dell'organizzazione), L-18 (Scienze dell'economia e della gestione aziendale),

or

b) A first cycle degree (three years/bachelor = 180 ECTS), obtained in Italy or abroad, in other disciplines, provided that the candidate has obtained at least 18 ECTS in Law and 12 ECTS in Economics. In accordance with national classification, for student holding an Italian first cycle degree, the above-mentioned ECTS must have been obtained in one or more of the following scientific sectors (s.s.d.):

- for LAW: IUS/01 diritto privato, IUS/02 diritto privato comparato, IUS/04 diritto commerciale, IUS/05 diritto dell'economia, IUS/07 diritto del lavoro, IUS/08 diritto costituzionale, IUS/09 istituzioni di diritto pubblico, IUS/10 diritto amministrativo, IUS/10 diritto tributario, IUS/13 diritto internazionale, IUS/14 diritto dell'unione europea, IUS/17 diritto penale, IUS/20 filosofia del diritto, IUS/21 diritto pubblico comparato;
- for ECONOMICS: SECS-P/01 economia politica, SECS-P/02 politica economica, SECS-P/03 scienza delle finanze, SECS-P/04 storia del pensiero economico, SECS-P/07 economia aziendale, SECS-P/08 economia e gestione delle imprese, SECS-P/10 organizzazione aziendale, SECS-P/12 storia economica, SECS-S/04 demografia.

Assessment of the required qualifications and competencies

The Didactic Board (Collegio didattico) evaluates language and personal competencies of the candidates holding a suitable first-cycle degree. Candidates holding a postgraduate degree in other fields may also be considered for admission.

Applicants whose native language is not English or do not hold a Degree issued upon the completion of an academic programme fully taught in English must demonstrate proficiency in English by providing one of the following international certifications:
- IELTS: minimum overall score of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.5 in each of the reading, writing, listening, and speaking components.
- TOEFL: minimum overall score of 94, with a minimum of 23 in each of the reading, writing, listening, and speaking components.

The knowledge and personal skills of the candidate who satisfies the conditions set out above are assessed by the Didactic Board, based on the academic background and CV of the candidate.

The Didactic Board may admit candidates on condition that they bridge their gaps by carrying out preliminary and compulsory readings indicated by the teachers holding compulsory courses of the first year and attending the introductory courses.
The students of the LL.M. can benefit from the vast range of students' mobility opportunities offered by the Faculty of Law, especially in the context of Erasmus+. However, learning agreements for students' mobility may be approved only if consistent with the programme's learning objectives and its focus on sustainable development.

The LL.M. is committed to support the students' choice as to possible destinations and to create further opportunities soon.

The LL.M. also offers two possibilities of double degrees*
- QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY: Following the successful completion of the first year of study in the LLM in Law and Sustainable Development, students may be granted admission to one of the Master's degree courses offered by Queen Mary University, at a discounted fee. Admitted students will spend the whole second year in London. Upon successful completion of the two Master's programmes, students will be awarded both the UNIMI Master's Programme and the Queen Mary University law degree.
- UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAÍS VASCO: after attending the first year of the LL.M. in Law and Sustainable Development, students may be granted admission to the one-year International Master in Sociology of Law of Universidad Del País Vasco and be awarded the Double Degree.

*the process of renewal of the relevant agreements is still ongoing.
Attendance of at least 70% of classes is compulsory for all taught courses. Motivated exceptions and waivers may be requested to the Didactic Board in exceptional circumstances.

Elenco insegnamenti

annuale
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Global constitutional law 9 63 Inglese IUS/21
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law and international law on sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/13
Society, law, and development 9 63 Inglese SPS/12
- Society, law, and development6
- Workshop on: Social mobility and social inequality3
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Economic geography 6 42 Inglese M-GGR/02
- Economic geography3
- Workshop on "Ukrainian economic development: a case study"3
Economics, economic policy, and social justice 9 63 Inglese SECS-P/02
Public administration for sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/10
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/12
Regole di composizione
1a - 3 ECTS:
The credits are obtained as follows:
a) students not having previously obtained a degree in Italy: knowledge of Italian language (level A2)
b) students having previously obtained a degree in Italy: optional activities with a vocational nature
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Non definito
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2021/2022
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
M and a: the contract 6 42 Inglese IUS/04
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 Inglese IUS/20
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 Inglese IUS/12
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 Inglese IUS/07
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Comparative contract law 6 42 Inglese IUS/02
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Antitrust law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 Inglese IUS/04
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/02
Eu law on business and human rights 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/11
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
International insolvency law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Sustainable development in global trade (WTO) law 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Attività conclusive
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Internship 6 0 Inglese
Final dissertation 21 0 Inglese
Regole di composizione
2a - Elective courses that form part of curricula: 24 ECTS
Four elective courses, two of which (12 ECTS) must belong to the area of international, European, or comparative law (s.s.d. IUS/02, IUS/13, IUS/14, or IUS/21), to be chosen from among the following (*):

(*) Please note that:
- the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year;
- students may exceptionally apply to the Teaching Board to exchange up to two courses belonging this curriculum with courses from other curricula, provided that this is in line with the learning objectives of that curriculum and the requirement of 12 ECTS in the area of international, European and comparative law is met.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
M and a: the contract 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/04
Smart cities, artificial intelligence and digital transformation law 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/20
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/12
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/07
Comparative contract law 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/02
International investment law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/13
Antitrust law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/04
Corporate governance and social responsibility 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/04
Economic ethics and corporate social responsibility 6 42 Inglese Non definito SECS-P/02
Eu law on business and human rights 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
International financial law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
International insolvency law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Sustainable development in global trade (WTO) law 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
6a - Optional courses: 9 ECTS
obtained by freely combining courses (6 ECTS) offered within any of the curricula, the LL.M. additional courses, legal clinics and workshops (3 or 6 ECTS), and/or the courses (6 or 9 ECTS) taught in English in the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan (*)

(*) Please note that the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year.
6b - Other courses or optional modules offered within the LL.M.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese Non definito SECS-P/11
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese Non definito M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
To take the exams of the 2nd year, students must have passed all the exams of the 1st year.
annuale
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Global constitutional law 9 63 Inglese IUS/21
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law and international law on sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/13
Society, law, and development 9 63 Inglese SPS/12
- Society, law, and development6
- Workshop on: Social mobility and social inequality3
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Economic geography 6 42 Inglese M-GGR/02
- Economic geography3
- Workshop on "Ukrainian economic development: a case study"3
Economics, economic policy, and social justice 9 63 Inglese SECS-P/02
Public administration for sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/10
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/12
Regole di composizione
1a - 3 ECTS:
The credits are obtained as follows:
a) students not having previously obtained a degree in Italy: knowledge of Italian language (level A2)
b) students having previously obtained a degree in Italy: optional activities with a vocational nature
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Non definito
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2021/2022
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Gender justice 6 42 Inglese IUS/08
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 Inglese IUS/20
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Current european union policies on sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/14
Eu current policies on migration and development 6 42 Inglese IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/11
International human rights law 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Law and policies of social rights protection in europe 6 42 Inglese IUS/21
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Women empowerment and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/08
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Attività conclusive
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Internship 6 0 Inglese
Final dissertation 21 0 Inglese
Regole di composizione
3a - Elective courses that form part of curricula: 24 ECTS
Four elective courses, two of which (12 ECTS) must belong to the area of international, European, or comparative law (s.s.d. IUS/02, IUS/13, IUS/14, or IUS/21), to be chosen from among the following (*):

(*) Please note that:
- the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year;
- students may exceptionally apply to the Teaching Board to exchange up to two courses belonging this curriculum with courses from other curricula, provided that this is in line with the learning objectives of that curriculum and the requirement of 12 ECTS in the area of international, European and comparative law is met.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Gender justice 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/08
Sociology of human rights and the ombudsman 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/20
International refugee protection and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/13
Current european union policies on sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/14
Eu current policies on migration and development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/14
Extreme poverty and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
International human rights law 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Law and policies of social rights protection in europe 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Public health and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Women empowerment and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/08
6a - Optional courses: 9 ECTS
obtained by freely combining courses (6 ECTS) offered within any of the curricula, the LL.M. additional courses, legal clinics and workshops (3 or 6 ECTS), and/or the courses (6 or 9 ECTS) taught in English in the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan (*)

(*) Please note that the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year.
6b - Other courses or optional modules offered within the LL.M.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese Non definito SECS-P/11
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese Non definito M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
To take the exams of the 2nd year, students must have passed all the exams of the 1st year.
annuale
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Global constitutional law 9 63 Inglese IUS/21
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law and international law on sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/13
Society, law, and development 9 63 Inglese SPS/12
- Society, law, and development6
- Workshop on: Social mobility and social inequality3
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Economic geography 6 42 Inglese M-GGR/02
- Economic geography3
- Workshop on "Ukrainian economic development: a case study"3
Economics, economic policy, and social justice 9 63 Inglese SECS-P/02
Public administration for sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/10
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/12
Regole di composizione
1a - 3 ECTS:
The credits are obtained as follows:
a) students not having previously obtained a degree in Italy: knowledge of Italian language (level A2)
b) students having previously obtained a degree in Italy: optional activities with a vocational nature
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Non definito
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2021/2022
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Agriculture and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Environmental sustainability 6 42 Inglese IUS/10
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/11
International climate change and energy law 6 42 Inglese IUS/02 IUS/13
International, european, and comparative environmental law 6 42 Inglese IUS/02 IUS/13
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/10
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Attività conclusive
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Internship 6 0 Inglese
Final dissertation 21 0 Inglese
Regole di composizione
4a - Elective courses that form part of curricula: 24 ECTS
Four elective courses, two of which (12 ECTS) must belong to the area of international, European, or comparative law (s.s.d. IUS/02, IUS/13, IUS/14, or IUS/21), to be chosen from among the following (*):

(*) Please note that:
- the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year;
- students may exceptionally apply to the Teaching Board to exchange up to two courses belonging this curriculum with courses from other curricula, provided that this is in line with the learning objectives of that curriculum and the requirement of 12 ECTS in the area of international, European and comparative law is met.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Agriculture and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/13
International law and science 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/13
Environmental sustainability 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
International climate change and energy law 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/02 IUS/13
International, european, and comparative environmental law 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/02 IUS/13
Public and private partnership for sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Sustainable transport: legal issues 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
6a - Optional courses: 9 ECTS
obtained by freely combining courses (6 ECTS) offered within any of the curricula, the LL.M. additional courses, legal clinics and workshops (3 or 6 ECTS), and/or the courses (6 or 9 ECTS) taught in English in the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan (*)

(*) Please note that the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year.
6b - Other courses or optional modules offered within the LL.M.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese Non definito SECS-P/11
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese Non definito M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
To take the exams of the 2nd year, students must have passed all the exams of the 1st year.
annuale
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Global constitutional law 9 63 Inglese IUS/21
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
International law and international law on sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/13
Society, law, and development 9 63 Inglese SPS/12
- Society, law, and development6
- Workshop on: Social mobility and social inequality3
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Economic geography 6 42 Inglese M-GGR/02
- Economic geography3
- Workshop on "Ukrainian economic development: a case study"3
Economics, economic policy, and social justice 9 63 Inglese SECS-P/02
Public administration for sustainable development 9 63 Inglese IUS/10
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/12
Regole di composizione
1a - 3 ECTS:
The credits are obtained as follows:
a) students not having previously obtained a degree in Italy: knowledge of Italian language (level A2)
b) students having previously obtained a degree in Italy: optional activities with a vocational nature
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano Non definito
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2021/2022
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 Inglese IUS/13 IUS/15
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 Inglese IUS/20
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 Inglese IUS/20
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 Inglese IUS/20
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Facoltativo
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 Inglese IUS/08
Additional language skills: italian (3 ECTS) 3 0 Italiano
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 Inglese IUS/21
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese SECS-P/11
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese IUS/13
Attività conclusive
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua SSD
Obbligatorio
Internship 6 0 Inglese
Final dissertation 21 0 Inglese
Regole di composizione
5a - Elective courses that form part of curricula: 24 ECTS
Four elective courses, two of which (12 ECTS) must belong to the area of international, European, or comparative law (s.s.d. IUS/02, IUS/13, IUS/14, or IUS/21), to be chosen from among the following (*):

(*) Please note that:
- the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year;
- students may exceptionally apply to the Teaching Board to exchange up to two courses belonging this curriculum with courses from other curricula, provided that this is in line with the learning objectives of that curriculum and the requirement of 12 ECTS in the area of international, European and comparative law is met.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
International commercial and investment arbitration 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/13 IUS/15
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/20
Negotiation, mediation and sustainable conflict resolution 6 42 Inglese Primo semestre IUS/20
Law and philosophy in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 Inglese Secondo semestre IUS/20
Access to justice in a multilevel constitutional system 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/08
Comparative legal traditions 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
International organizations and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Sustainable development and international anti-corruption law 6 42 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
6a - Optional courses: 9 ECTS
obtained by freely combining courses (6 ECTS) offered within any of the curricula, the LL.M. additional courses, legal clinics and workshops (3 or 6 ECTS), and/or the courses (6 or 9 ECTS) taught in English in the Faculty of Law of the University of Milan (*)

(*) Please note that the choice of courses may be limited to those actually available in a given academic year.
6b - Other courses or optional modules offered within the LL.M.
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua Periodo SSD
Financial markets and institutions. finance for development 6 42 Inglese Non definito SECS-P/11
Legal clinic on "arctic studies" 3 21 Inglese Non definito M-GGR/02
Legal clinic on "digitalization and public administration" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "enforcing environmental law" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/10
Legal clinic on "rule of law and democracy" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "business and human rights in the digital era" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
Workshop on "megacities and development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/21
Workshop on "project management for sustainable development" 3 21 Inglese Non definito IUS/13
To take the exams of the 2nd year, students must have passed all the exams of the 1st year.
Sede
Milano
Tutor per l'orientamento
Tutor per la mobilità internazionale e l'Erasmus
Tutor per stage e tirocini
Tutor per trasferimenti
Tutor per ammissioni lauree magistrali
Tutor per riconoscimento crediti

Le tasse universitarie per gli studenti iscritti ai corsi di laurea, di laurea magistrale e a ciclo unico sono suddivise in due rate con modalità di calcolo e tempi di pagamento diversi:

  • l'importo della prima rata è uguale per tutti
  • l'importo della seconda rata varia in base al valore ISEE Università, al Corso di laurea di iscrizione e alla posizione (in corso/fuori corso da un anno oppure fuori corso da più di un anno).
  • per i corsi on line è prevista una rata suppletiva.

Sono previste:

  • agevolazioni per gli studenti con elevati requisiti di merito
  • importi diversificati in base al Paese di provenienza per gli studenti internazionali con reddito e patrimonio all'estero
  • agevolazioni per gli studenti internazionali con status di rifugiato

Altre agevolazioni 

L’Ateneo fornisce agevolazioni economiche a favore dei propri studenti con requisiti particolari (merito, condizioni economiche o personali, studenti internazionali)

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Presentazione domanda di ammissione: 10/03/2020 al 28/08/2020
Presentazione domanda di immatricolazione: dal 17/06/2020 al 28/02/2021