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Email : info@linkinternational.eu

Course Code: LMG/01

Dean: Antonio Catricalà

The Master of Art  in Law (single-Cycle) at Link Campus University is for students who intend to devote themselves to the study of law in order to understand the legal meaning of what is happening around them.

The primary objective of the course is to train professionals who will be able to  interpret and apply the rules of the world they live in, also to create new ones,  to adapt them to solve the problems of the associates.

The methodology used at this University urges students, through constant dialogue with the Faculty, to know and understand the sources of legislation (national and international), the decisions of the Court and the theories of the most accredited  doctrines.

The  graduates  may, among other things:

  • access the School of specialization for the legal professions (course of study aimed at preparing for the exam enabling the practice of law and participation in the public concourse  of notary or magistrate)
  • become lawyers of  companies  or of public administration   with competence in the legal regulation markets and organizations
  • participate in the aptitude test of  diplomats exam
  • continue their education by participating in competitions PhD in law.

 

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Training Courses and study Planifications/ LAW

 

The gap in the legal and social language and the consequent need for  a student, from the beginning of his /her academic journey , is that Course will carry a special  and technical vocabulary  and that it will provide a repertoire of concepts common to all legal disciplines.

It is a chapter of general theory of law, common to all orientations included in the plan of study, which identifies the characteristics  of the rule of law and  the sources of law and the process concepts common to all fields of legal knowledge, that will then be used in individual subjects.

The course in Law at  Link Campus University offers four specializations, so distinct as follows:

  • Economics and Enterprises

This is addressed  for students who wish to deepen their knowledge about working in the market and the  about rules that  govern their activities.

  • Internationalist / comparative

The guideline is addressed, first of all, to the study of state  and extra state law sources , and their hierarchical relationships, through the comparative method in its most important applications. Particular attention is devoted to increasing the traditions that are based on the legal systems in force today of civil law and common law.

  • Public Law

This address  aims first of all, at  those wishing to operate in national or supranational institutional organizations – aims to develop the rules, which govern relations between the State and citizens, as they have evolved to the present day, where the private law discipline  and public law that tend to overlap and blend.

 

  • Law & Economics

This address intends to highlight the connection between the legal system and the political-economic system, with the goal of making the students acquire the ability to interpret and solve legal problems  through the economic criteria.

 

 

Study Plan of the Course

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Module Credits
I Year
Costitutional Law 12
Roman Law History 9
Private Law 12
Economics 9
Philosophy of Law and Human Rights 15
Legal English 5
Tot I Year 62
II Year
Advanced Private Law 12
Labour Law (module in Industrial Relations) 12
Company Law 10
EU Law 9
International Law 9
History of Medieval & Modern Law 6
Tot II Year 58
III Year
Roman Law 9
History of Modern & Contemporary Law 9
Ecclesiastical Law 6
Industrial Law 6
Comparative Private Law 9
Criminal Law 9
Administrative Law 9
E-Juris 3
Tot III Year 61
IV Year
Advanced Private Law II 9
Criminal Procedures 15
Criminal II 8
Administrative Law II 9
Sports Law 6
Elective Module 6
Elective Module 6
Tot IV Year 59
V Year
Civil Procedures 15
Tax Law 9
Elective Modules 6
Elective Modules 6
Elective Modules 6
Further academic activities 2
Skills 2
Final Dissertation 15
Tot V Year 61
Tot  Credits 300

 

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