The Department of Law aims at providing an innovative didactic offer in the field of Legal Sciences through the course of Master’s Degree in Law (Class LMG/01) and the three-year degree course in Science of Legal Services (Class L-14). The underlying objective is to ensure a basic legal background, capable of responding to the changing demands of the job market and of the professional world, and to develop a critical discernment and an adequate cultural sensitivity. The training course was therefore designed in such a way as to favour the relation between students and teachers, with a didactic approach that privileges critical learning and maturation over a highly specialized technical knowledge. There are also interactive educational initiatives of "learning by doing" by means of legal clinics and simulations of legal competitions. Particular attention is paid to internationalization, through the offer of training courses aimed at training lawyers who are also capable of working at a European level. Training courses are activated for achieving double qualifications with foreign universities (Poitiers, Murcia, Nova Southeastern University) and courses in different languages of the European Union are offered; training exchanges as part of the Erasmus programme and other initiatives are carried out with many European and non-European universities. The postgraduate offer is also relevant and it articulates in training for the research of the International Doctoral School and in the acquisition of specific professional skills through the several Master’s courses and the School of Specialization for Legal Professions.
The above mentioned training objectives are supported by the strong research activity of the teachers of the Faculty, whose innovative results are continuously transferred into didactics. Research is planned in such a way as to involve traditional legal studies and a strong correlation between legal and historical, philosophical and economic disciplines; moreover, importance is given to the creation of a sensitivity to economic and social data in a context which is characterized by the regionalization and internationalization of human relations under the pressure of economic-social processes that are taken into account by the teachers of different disciplines. Even in research, internationalization is therefore an essential element, which is carefully promoted through projects which involve lecturers and researchers from European and non-European universities and by means of an exchange aimed at making the Department a point of international meeting for scholars and for the spread of research and legal culture.
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