The Specialty: Law

THE FIRST CYCLE

Graduates are given the academic title: Bachelor in Law

Period of instruction 4 years, full time; 5 years part-time

Employment opportunities. Our graduates, on the bases of an intensive study of the national and international legal frameworks, will have the possibility to participate inside governmental structures (Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, Ministry of Interior Affairs, Department of Criminal-Executive Institutions, Security and Information Service) and non-governmental organizations being employed as lawyers, legal professionals, prosecutors, and judges. The Bachelor in Law carries with it a time honored tradition going back to the time of Plato and Aristotle.

Study Areas:

• universal history of state and law
• Roman private law
• philosophy of law
• constitutional law and political institutions
• constitutional law of foreign countries
• fundamentals of diplomacy
• general theory of law
• public international law
• economics
• legal ethics
• contemporary fundamental systems of law
• civil law (general part)
• civil law (special part)
• criminal law (general part)
• criminal law (special part)
• qualification of crimes
• labor law and social protection
• administrative law
• criminology
• justice statistics
• private international law
• history and theory of international relations
• family law
• EU: historical and contemporary
• forensics
• civil procedural law
• criminal procedure law
• institution judge
• international judicial cooperation in criminal matters
• customs law
• duty
• international trade law
• international criminal law
• European and international tax law
• civil law. succession
• law of international organizations
• international law of human rights protection
• international humanitarian law
• commercial law
• European Union law
• international case law jurisdictions
• diplomatic and consular Law
• international criminal law
• comparative civil law
• comparative civil procedural law
• ECHR procedure
• the legal regime of foreigners
• international commercial arbitration
• information technologies
• modern language A
• modern language B
• political science
• international economic law
• comparative criminal procedural law
• European business law
• international law of security
• refugee law
• physical education