5 years single cycle degree in

Law (Padova)

Class: LMG/01 - Law

Class LMG/01 - Law
Duration 5 years
Branch Padova
Language Italian
Tuition fees and scholarships
Programme coordinator MARCELLO DANIELE
Access Open access with assessment test
Reference structures Department of public, international and community law, Law school

A course based on the fundamentals of national and European legal culture, while addressing the new realities of the legal profession. In the framework of the renewed School of Law at the University of Padua, students will deal head on with the study of public and private law from a historical and philosophical perspective. Students will acquire the understanding of procedural techniques in the civil, criminal, administrative, international and European laws. Students are given the opportunity to study abroad thanks to partnering universities within Europe and beyond. Students will be ready to start their career, after obtaining the necessary qualifications, in judiciary, legal, notary, as well as in professional diplomatic arenas. Students will also be able to undertake a managerial career in private businesses, public administration, institutions, as well as in many socio-economic and political activities.

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Characteristics and objectives
The course provides a solid knowledge of national and international law, also in an historical and philosophical perspective.
Students will acquire highly valued transferable legal skills which will significantly develop and enhance analytical, evaluative, reasoning, communication and problem-solving abilities; they deepen the knowledge of procedural techniques in the civil, criminal, administrative, international and European laws. The School offers also exchange programs with prestigious foreign universities.

Occupational opportunities
Graduates will be qualified to:
- hold positions of responsibility within public administration and private business;
- enter either the Bar, the Magistracy and Notaries, although degree is not the only prerequisite. Candidates to the Bar should also attend a training period in a Law Firm and an exam. To access the open competitive exam for the Magistracy is mandatory to be alternatively a Member of the Bar, a PhD in Legal Studies, to have a Diploma of a Specialisation School for the Legal Professions or to have completed a Court Trainee period. To access the Notarial open competitive exam is necessary an apprenticeship in a notary's office;
- enter the diplomatic service or teaching at colleges and universities.

  Teaching list

1st Year PRIVATE LAW 2 [ MATILDE GIROLAMI ] THE LAW OF CONTRACT: THEORY AND PRACTICE [ MATILDE GIROLAMI ] PRINCIPLES OF PRIVATE LAW AND CRIMINAL LAW IN GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES [ MARGARETH HELFER ] PRIVATE LAW 2 [ GIULIANA CERDONIO CHIAROMONTE ] GENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF HERITAGE IN CONTEMPORARY LEGAL SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC LAW AND METHODOLOGY OF LEGAL DIDACTICS [ FEDERICO CASA ] PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION SCIENCE [ FRANCESCO VOLPE ] CANON LAW [ MANLIO MIELE ] LAW OF PROCEEDINGS FOR ENFORGEMENT IN IMMOVABLES [ LUCA PRENDINI ] LIQUIDATION IN BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS [ ANNALISA LORENZETTO ] THEORY, TECHNIQUE AND DIDACTICS OF JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION [ TORQUATO GIORDANO TASSO ] ECONOMIC POLICY FOR TEACHING LEGAL AND ECONOMICS SCIENCE [ ADRIANO CECCONI ] ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTING [ FRANCESCO FAVOTTO ] FRENCH LANGUAGE B2 (DDP) PUBLIC LAW [ FILIPPO PIZZOLATO ] PUBLIC LAW [ GABRIELE LEONDINI ] PHILOSOPHY OF LAW [ STEFANO FUSELLI ] PHILOSOPHY OF LAW [ FEDERICO REGGIO ] PRIVATE LAW 1 [ STEFANO DELLE MONACHE ] PRIVATE LAW 1 [ MARCELLO MAGGIOLO ] INSTITUTES OF ROMAN LAW [ UMBERTO VINCENTI ] INSTITUTES OF ROMAN LAW [ PAOLA LAMBRINI ] FINAL EXAM 2nd Year PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS GLOBAL GERMAN FOR LEGAL STUDIES ELP - GLOBAL ENGLISH FOR LEGAL STUDIES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW COMMERCIAL LAW (DDP) COMMERCIAL LAW PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (DDP) LABOUR LAW 3rd Year TORT LAW REAL ESTATE LAW PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE CONSUMER LAW CIVIL LAW: LEGAL WRITING FAMILY LAW IN ACTION EUROPEAN UNION PRIVATE LAW EUROPEAN PRIVATE AND COMPARATIVE LAW NEW TECHNOLOGY LAW SUBSTANTIVE COMPETITION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW COMMERCIAL LAW: BUSINESS ACTS AND CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION COMMERCIAL LAW 2: PUBLIC COMPANIES AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS CORPORATE CRISIS NEGOTIATIONS BANKING LAW EUROPEAN BANKING LAW FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND INVESTMENT SERVICES SOCIAL INSURANCE LAW LABOUR LAW: HEALTH AND PRIVACY PROTECTION AT WORK LABOUR LAW IN THE EUROPEAN UNION EUROPEAN AND TRANSNATIONAL LABOUR LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: REGIONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTIONAL CASE LAW AND PROCEDURE JUDICIARY AND FORENSIC SYSTEM ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTING IMMIGRATION LAW ENVIRONMENT LAW CULTURAL HERITAGE LAW GENERAL INTEREST SERVICES PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: LEGAL WRITING TOWN-PLANNING LAW HEALTH LAW SCIENCE OF ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATIVE EUROPEAN LAW CHURCH LAW THIRD SECTOR LAW CORPORATION TAX LAW INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT LAW INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS EU INTERNAL MARKET GOVERNANCE EU LAW AND LIGATION BANKRUPCY LAW AND CORPORATE CRISIS EXECUTION OF CIVIL JUDGMENTS ARBITRATION LAW ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION CRIMINAL LAW ENFORCEMENT EUROPEAN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL COMPARATIVE PROCEDURE LABOUR CRIMINAL LAW COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL LAW COMMERCIAL CRIMINAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW AND ECONOMICS INTERNATIONAL, EUROPEAN AND TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW PENAL LAW: LEGAL WRITING ROMAN CRIMINAL LAW GREEK LEGAL SYSTEMS WESTERN CONSTITUTIONAL PATTERNS FOUNDATIONS OF EUROPEAN LAW THEORY AND HISTORY OF JUDICIAL RHETORIC CONTRACT HISTORY AND DOGMATICS HISTORY OF ROMAN LEGAL THOUGHT CONTRACT LAW VENETIAN LAW HISTORY HISTORY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION HISTORY OF FAMILY LAW CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIAL SOURCES OF LAW LEGAL EDUCATION METHODOLOGY TECHNIQUE OF LEGAL INTERPRETATION JUDICIAL LAW TECHNIQUE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR LEGAL EDUCATION COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION PSICHOLOGY OF JUDICE AND DECISION MATIC FORENSIC NEUROSCIENCE FORENSIC MEDICINE INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION AND ANTITRUST INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS ECONOMICS OF CONTRACTS AND INCENTIVES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE AND CORPORATE FINANCE FRENCH LANGUAGE (DDP) CIVIL LAW PRIVATE COMPARATIVE LAW INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC AND CIVIL FRENCH LAW COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW EUROPEAN UNION LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW CRIMINAL LAW 2 CRIMINAL LAW 1 CIVIL PROCEDURE (DDP) 4th Year CIVIL PROCEDURE LEGAL METHODOLOGY AND LOGIC LAW COMPUTER SCIENCE PUBLIC ETHICS HISTORY OF LAW ADMINISTRATIVE CASE LAW AND PROCEDURE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 5th Year CIVIL LAW CLINIC COMMERCIAL AND LABOUR LAW CLINIC ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCEDURE CLINIC TAX LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION EUROPEAN LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION CIVIL PROCEDURE CLINIC CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE CLINIC TRIAL SIMULATION IN ROMAN LAW FOUNDATIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS OF THE EUROPEAN LEGAL SCIENCE ROMAN LAW