Legal Services for Business and Public Administration
This three-year program is geared toward students who do not plan to pursue a traditional legal profession.
The program offers students an opportunity to choose between the two concentrations of Business and Public Administration jurist. All students begin their first year with courses aimed at providing essential legal and economic language and the conceptual foundations needed to study the subjects taught during the remaining two years of each specialization.
Business: Students choosing to specialize in Business attend classes about company law, contract law, financial intermediaries and financial market law, banking and insurance law, industrial law, tax law, employment law, trade union and social security law, as well as economic courses on company structure (business economy/*administration, financial intermediary economy) and additional classes required for the use of data processing systems as needed.
Public Administration: Students choosing to pursue a career as a Public Administration jurists attend classes covering topics such as administrative (public administration*) law, history of administrative (public administration*) law, public administration science and administrative process, regional and local body law, environmental law, municipal law, cultural heritage law, public economy law, tax law, financial sciences, public accounting, basic information law, computer science, health, and of social security law.