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Description of the Masters in Legal Advanced World Studies Programme
Director of the Master in L.A.W.S. (Legal Advanced World Studies)- Prof. Angela Del Vecchio
Law Faculty- Luiss Guido Carli University
Via Parenzo, 11 Rome 00198
Tel. (39) 06 85 2251
Our Master Programme is particularly designed for managers, experts and counsels who have a university degree in Law, Political Science, or Economics. The programme aims at providing participants with an in depth knowledge of the rules, problems and processes which are modifying the European Union and the contemporary international community. The Masters programme, availing itself with lecturers of the highest level that are well-known in the international community, aims to form qualified professional figures that can readily join international organizations, multinational companies and public administrations.
Our Masters programme offers the following professional opportunities: a) managers and experts for European Union and other international organizations; b) managers for national and multinational companies; c) diplomats and researchers in the international juridical matters; d) legal advisers in Italy and abroad.
The Masters programme is one year and offers approximately 400 hours of lectures. January and February are dedicated to general Courses. Spring and autumn are dedicated to the Modules A, B, C. Module D is an elective course that can hold up to 15 students. General Courses and Modules A, B, C can be taken from Thursday to Saturday, while Module D from Monday to Wednesday. The curriculum consists of 60 EC.
General Courses (January - February)
Module A - International Economic Law (March - April)
- International Criminal Law (William Schabas)
- International Affairs (Guenther Heydemann)
Module B - European Union Law (May - June)
- International Trade Law (Hanns Ullrich)
- International Investment Arbitration (Raul Emilio Vinuesa)
- Management of Natural Resources (Hugo Caminos)
Module C - International Criminal Jurisdiction and Human Rights (September - November)
- The Law of the European Union (Luigi Daniele)
- European Competition Law (Marc Jaeger and Enzo Moavero Milanesi)
- Banking and Capital Markets (Martijn van Empel)
Module D - Course for Italian diplomat career (March - June)
Conferences and Seminars on topics and issues linked to the General Courses and Modules are also included as part of the programme.
- Human Rights (Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi)
- The Law of International Conflicts and Humanitarian Law (Michel Bothe)