The Department of Law aims at providing an innovative academic offer in the field of Legal Science (Master’s Degree in Law, Master’s Degree - Global Legal Studies, Master’s Degree in Legal Science bank and finance; Master’s Degree in Legal Science for new technologies; Bachelor’s Degree in legal Services; Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Services for territorial and cyber security).
The above-mentioned educational goals are supported by a solid research activity led by the Department professors, whose innovative results are continuously transferred into didactics. Research is conceived 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 characterized by the regionalisation and internationalisation of human relations under the pressure of economic-social processes that are taken into account by the professors of different disciplines. Even in research, internationalisation is therefore an essential element, which is carefully promoted through projects involving lecturers and researchers from European and non-European universities and through fruitful exchanges aimed at transforming the Department into international meeting point for scholars and for the spread of research and legal culture.
The Department of Law has been awarded by the MUR (Ministry of University and Research) as “Department of Excellence” for the next five years 2018- 2022.
Within the Department you can find “Roma Tre Law School”, a lively and challenging academic environment with a strong international network offering, for European and non-European students, single courses and Degree programs entirely taught in English, among them the Master’s degree in “Law & New Technologies”, and the International PhD program in “Law and Transnational Regulation”.
For further information on Department course catalogue in English, please consult: Roma Tre Law School - Studying Law at RomaTre
Law Department also provides three Master’s degree leading to a double qualification allowing participating students to obtain a double qualification recognised both in their home university and in the foreign partner universities.
For further information, please consult the following website: Law Master's Double Degree
The Degree course in Law requires a compulsory and non selective exam in presence for the assessment of basic knowledge.
Date of the exam: September 8, 2022
The enrollment depends on the sustaining of the exam and can be done from 19/9/2022 al 21/10/2022
For further information about calls for applications, proceeding for enrollment, fees and grants, please consult the Student Portal.
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