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The “Studium Juris”, founded in Macerata in 1290, is one of the oldest in Europe: seven centuries of history and tradition have cemented its cultural heritage, which is based on the recognized quality of teaching and its high level of scientific research.

In line with its noble tradition, the new Department of Law proposes high quality education, ensuring graduates access to the legal professions of lawyer, judge, and notary, it is also effective and stands strong in the preparation of labour and business consultants, legal and criminological operators, professionals in public administration, complex organizations and social services.

The Department of Law puts a special focus on the international training of future lawyers. It offers students the possibility to pursue post-graduate education through Doctoral Programmes in Juridical Sciences, the Specialisation School for Legal Professions, and the Specialisation School in Labour rights, labour and social security law.

From the 2013/2014 a.y. the Department of Law, in collaboration with the Université d'Orléans, offers students the opportunity to undertake a bi-national degree course in Italian and French law, for the achievement of the one-block degree in Law and the French qualifications of “Licence en droit” and “Master 1”.