The objective of the course is to train graduates able to carry out extremely varied professional tasks in an international work context: from business work in the legal divisions—and not only—of large multinational organizations, to an institutional career at an international level; from the work of qualified legal advice in companies/banks and services; to that for the world of NGOs and the third sector.The main thread of the course is constituted by the reflection on the new forms of normativity that endow the States and the enterprises, on the processes of evolution of the sources of the law and on the conflicts of jurisdiction from the viewpoint of both a lawyer in public law and a lawyer in private law. In this sense, the particularly large contribution that will be covered by the discipline of legal comparison will allow the student to deepen the incredible variety of legal models, practices, and cultures that characterize the sphere of legal phenomena on a global and transnational scale.The course undoubtedly provides, as a whole, the indispensable knowledge and skills necessary for the graduate to operate in a fragmented, complex and innovative legal context, without renouncing openness to interdisciplinary perspectives.In fact, during the first year, students will obtain basic legal knowledge in all the scientific disciplinary sectors that lay the foundations of modern legal knowledge, presented (angled) in an innovative global perspective.In the second year, the CdS will then aim to provide a deeper knowledge of the international (European and global) profiles of today’s legal phenomena through the main tool of comparison and will also provide a precise knowledge of the operation, scope and activities of the main European and International institutions.Finally, during the third year, the Course will go deeper into the juridical practice and decision-making mechanisms of the European and international jurisdictional bodies, as well as the salient profiles underway in the processes of globalization from a legal point of view but with perspectives towards the political and economic sectors. The student can then devote himself, with greater awareness and according to his own interests, to the deepening of some aspects of the multifaceted and complex global legal phenomenon, through the choice of optional exams (also related to the research work required to develop the thesis for a three-year degree).
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- Full Time
High school diploma, provided with a certified translation into Italian, English, French or Spanish if the original document is issued in a different language and transcript of records of one full year of university studies, TARM test, passport.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning