LMG-01 Online single-cycle degree in Law
Corso di Laurea Magistrale a Ciclo Unico in “Giurisprudenza” [Classe LMG-01]
The online single-cycle degree programme in Law is based on specific training elements, such as:
Solid foundations in the field of law, national legislation (substantive and procedural law), the system of national and supranational sources, the principles that govern the functioning of national, European and international institutions, the dynamics of formation and transformation of legal rules and institutions. These objectives are achieved through learning paths based on general theory, history and economic analysis of law;
an adequate knowledge of the Italian language, spoken and written, and fluency in at least another language of the European Community;
the maturation of a critical spirit and autonomy of judgment towards the normative solutions proposed by the legislator, the legal doctrine and the jurisprudence;
the ability to analyse and autonomously process information, characterising a versatile professional figure who is oriented towards problem solving, effectively and efficiently manage one’s own time and that of others, and team working.
It should be noted that the Single-cycle degree programme in Law is a newly established course. The academic year 2020/2021 is the first year of the programme and therefore at this stage it won’t be possible to request any credit recognition for the following years.
Only the exams of the first year can be recognized by sending an e-mail request to
The training course in Law has the general objective of ensuring basic legal training, supported by constant updating on the most current and controversial issues.
To this end, the course and its subjects are aimed at ensuring the possession of sound abilities in reasoning, analysing and connecting the various sources of law, understanding problems and legal classification, in order to deal competently with the interpretative and application issues of the law. It is also aimed at ensuring the basic tools for the acquisition of a methodology of study, interpretation and research, applicable in relation to the professional careers envisaged.
These training objectives are achieved through a training path that develops along the traditional stages of legal training, encompassing compulsory courses, which include the possibility of personalizing the course of study by fostering similar and supplementary activities.
The student acquires the ability to interpret positive law also in the light of the regulatory solutions and guidelines expressed on the international scene. He/she acquires the ability to undertake independent research paths, aimed at identifying original operational solutions also for new and complex issues. He/she is able to formulate, in written and oral form, arguments for the rigorous treatment of general and specific legal issues, on abstract and concrete cases. He/she is able to communicate his/her knowledge effectively, to use legal language, both in written and oral form, and to interact profitably with his interlocutors.
Graduates job opportunities include professions such as lawyer, magistrate or notary, upon passing the relevant state certification exam, provided for by current legislation. Graduates can also work for companies as legal experts, employees or consultants for companies that produce material goods (agricultural, artisanal, industrial and manufacturing products), companies that produce services (credit, insurance, financial intermediation, transport, telecommunications, trade and distribution, staff leasing and personnel recruitment, consultancy, professional training, certification, commercial intermediation). Finally, they can operate as legal experts in national and international public bodies. After passing the relevant public competition they can hold highly qualified positions at the local government (Municipalities, Regions, Provinces); in functional bodies (Local health units, Chambers of Commerce, Universities, public companies); in national organisations (government, parliament); in the Tax Agency; in the Labour inspectorates. They can also act as operators of the judicial administrations (Chancelleries of the courts and prosecutor offices).
Students in possession of any secondary school diploma (upper secondary schools, of a five-year duration) can enrol in the degree programme which guarantees a solid basic culture, in particular, in the historical-institutional field and in the history of thought. The course fosters abstract and sequential reasoning and the ability to work on complex written texts, as well as knowledge of foreign languages and computer science, to ensure profitable participation in the course.
The methods for verifying the entry requirements are governed by the didactic regulations of the degree programme, which also indicate in detail the additional educational obligations envisaged in the event that the entry requirements are not fulfilled.
The amount of taxes may vary according to the individual income bracket (not ISEE), as determined in the table below:
|Income bracket||Gross taxable income bracket of the previous calendar year||First instalment||Second instalment||Total to be paid|
|€ 1,300.00||€ 700.00||€ 2,000.00|
|€ 1,300.00||€ 1,200.00||€ 2,500.00|
In the case of enrolment or transfer from another course, the amount of € 16.00 of the revenue stamp must be added to this amount.
The annual fee can be divided into two instalments:
the first instalment of € 1,300.00 to be paid upon enrolment (if made before 10 May, 2021);
the second instalment must be paid by 10 May 2021. At the request of the student certifying that he/she belongs to bracket n. 1 (see table above) the amount of the second instalment will be € 700.00, instead of € 1,200.00.
The student who intends to make use of this reduction must connect to the student portal and, in the “Personal data” menu, select the item “Tax return” and follow the procedure indicated, necessarily attaching one of the following models: Unified Form or Form 730 of the year 2020 (referring to the year 2019). Unemployed students will have to upload a self-certification declaration of unemployment (pursuant to art. 46, Presidential Decree No. 445/00).
Once this documentation has been uploaded, it will be necessary to contact the Academic office (email@example.com) to verify the adequacy of the documents and proceed with the manual recalculation of the second instalment.
This procedure must be carried out by the student before the due date of the second instalment. Those who have not submitted the request for a reduction of the second instalment will be required to pay the instalment envisaged for income bracket n.2 (see the table above).
Those who enrol after 10 May 2021 will have to pay the enrolment fee (€ 2,000.00 / 2,500.00) in a single solution and submit upon enrolment an application for a reduction in the second instalment.
The payment of the second instalment made after the deadlines set by the Administration (for newly registered students who will register before 10 May, 2021) will be subject to the payment of default fees determined as follows:
– delays up to 30 days: late payment € 30;
– delays of more than 30 days: Late payment fee € 50
After online enrolment, the student is assigned the credentials (username and password) to access the IUL platform.
Within the IUL platform you can follow the video lessons at any time of the day and from any device. Support materials (slides and documents in pdf format) and podcasts are available for each discipline. The student is assisted throughout the course by a specialized tutor who, through the forum, supports all teaching activities and responds to requests for further information. There are also optional (synchronous) virtual meetings involving the whole class. At the end of each module, the student will have the opportunity to take intermediate tests (study of individual cases or project works).
The exams take place face to face and in oral form in one of the IUL affiliated offices in Italy.
The duration of the Single-Cycle Master’s Degree Course in “Law”, Class LMG-01, is five years for a total of 300 ECTS credits.
For the academic year 2020/2021, the start and end periods of the teaching activities are as follows: 16, November 2020 – 5 June, 2021.
|Institutions of ancient Roman law||IUS/18||12|
|Institutions of private law||IUS/01||18||1||ALESSANDRA LANGELLA|
|History of medieval and modern law||IUS/19||9|
|General theory of law||IUS/20||6|
|History of Roman law||IUS/18||9|
|Institutions of public law||IUS/09||9|
|European Union law||IUS/14||9|
|Penal law||IUS/17||15||FRANCESCA FLORIO|
|Criminal procedure||IUS/16||15||ALESSANDRO AZZAROLI|
|Labour law||IUS/07||12||CHIARA QUARATO|
|English language workshop||6|
|International law||IUS/13||15||FRANCESCO MORTELLITI|
|Philosophy of law||IUS/20||9|
|Comparative private law||IUS/02||9|
|Basic computer science||INF/01||9|
|Student’ choice subject*||9|
|Civil procedural law||IUS/15||15||MASSIMO CESALI|
|Bankruptcy law||IUS/04||6||GIUSEPPINA GRACI|
|Student’s choice subject*||9|
TOTAL: 300 ECTS
* Find below the list of the student’s choice exams to be taken between the 4th and 5th year for a total of 18 ECTS:
|Principles of Cyber Security||ING-INF/05||9|
- Enrolment to Degree Programmes: 24 August 2020 - 16 July 2021
- Second instalment: 10 May 2021
- Transfer admission to the first year: 28 May 2021