Law

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Degree programme
Single cycle Master’s degree (5 years)
Course title (Classe)
LMG - 01 – Giurisprudenza
Admissions

Unrestricted*

Departments

Department of Law and Political, Economic and Social Sciences

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Teaching locations

Alessandria, via Cavour 84 e Novara, via Perrone 18

Course Director

Course overview

This course provides you with the appropriate skills to tackle new challenges of the 21st century. You will study in a welcoming atmosphere, with the support of top-class tutors. You will reinforce your skills in logical argument on the most current legal issues, with close attention to practical case studies in law. The course allows you to study abroad in a European country or further afield, offering you interactive learning methods which are always stimulating, while simulated trials and participation in legal clinics guarantee dynamic and varied forms of learning about the law.

 

Key features

  • Interdisciplinary course, with attention to international and comparative legal contexts
  • Innovative teaching methods: Simulated trials; Moot Courtlegal clinics; development of soft skills: TeamworkingPublic Speaking, Problem Solving
  • Opportunity to study abroad (with Erasmus and Free.Mover programmes)
  • Possibility to enrol on further educational programmes with the post-graduate legal training school Scuola Forense “G. Ambrosoli” or with a Research Doctorate programme. 

Erasmus partner institutions

  • Bulgaria: "National and World Economics" (Sofia)
  • Czech Republic: Hradec, Masaryk (Brno)
  • Finland: Tampere
  • France: Savoie (Chambéry), Sud-Toulon-Var (Toulon), Sophia-Antipolis (Nice), Rouen, Rennes I, Reims-Champagne-Ardenne (Reims), Catholique de Lyon, Paris Nanterres (Paris), Montpellier, Strasbourg
  • Germany: Trier, Marburg
  • Lithuania: Kaunas
  • Malta: Malta (Msida)
  • Poland: “Karol Adamiecki Economiczny” (Katowice), “Jagiellonsky” (Kracow), "Lazarki School of Commerce and Law" (Warsaw)
  • Portugal: Castelo Branco, Lisbon, Porto
  • United Kingdom: Winchester
  • Romania: “1 Decembrie 1918” (Alba Iulia)
  • Spain: Alicante, "Miguel Hernandez" (Elche), Jaen, Murcia, La Laguna (Tenerife), "Rovira i Virgili" (Tarragona).

Career and employment options

  • Legal professions (lawyer, magistrate, court clerk, justice of the peace, notary)
  • Careers in international institutions, centralised and local public authorities
  • Careers in banks and companies
  • Roles as financial intermediaries
  • Administrative positions in companies
  • Roles as labour consultant
  • Civil Mediators
  • Teaching roles in secondary schools
  • Management roles in the Third Sector (non-profit organisations, environmental conservation agencies, consumer rights organisations, reintroduction of disadvantaged groups into the labour market).
  • Expert roles in Artificial Intelligence and Privacy Law
* This course is open to all; however, all students registering for the first time with the university/Law Degree programme must take an entrance test to verify logical reasoning-interpretational and linguistic aptitude – this is held in November, simultaneously in Alessandria and Novara. Any student who does not pass this test is obliged to follow a 30-hour remedial course to complete the compulsory educational requirements as laid down by MIUR (Italian Ministry of Education, Industry and Research). This remedial course is held alongside the regular course and is coordinated by a member of the teaching staff and/or by 5th year student tutors. The remedial course concludes with a final test to check that all initial gaps in knowledge have been resolved.