Students in the Graduate School of Law can choose between General Law Courses and a Legal Profession Courses. The aim of the General Law Courses is basically to develop legal researchers on track to become university faculty. After completion of the master’s course, students are prepared to accept a professional position as a legal expert in corporate or government organizations. The Legal Profession Courses are designed primarily for members of the professional community who want to develop their skills and specialist knowledge in the legal arena. Both types of courses aim to impart legal knowledge while demanding that students closely analyze the reasoning that underlies all aspects of law.
- Public Law
- Civil Law