Master's in Law – Specialization in Public Law
A matter of citizenship
The Master’s in Public Law (MPL) offers a specialized programme composed of a variety of subjects selected on the basis of their (i) practical importance, (ii) innovative character and (iii) transnational relevance.
For this reason the MPL covers not only the more traditional areas of Public Law, which are closely connected with Administrative Law, but also other subjects of ever-increasing relevance (economic crime) and, in some cases, not immediately identifiable with ‘classic’ areas of Public Law (competition and regulation, as well as arbitration, are telling examples of this).
The subjects included in the MPL are intentionally diversified to provide for a range of choice within a single Master’s Programme, enabling students to define their own study plan in accordance with their academic interests, practical needs and professional demands.
President: Cristina Queiroz | Board Members: Francisco Pereira Coutinho (taught component) | João Zenha Martins (taught component) | Lúcio Tomé Feteira (non-taught component) | Fabrizio Esposito (non-taught component)
Building on and expanding previously acquired notions of Public Law, combining traditional and innovative areas or Public Law of transnational relevance; fostering and improving research and academic skills, whilst providing additional professional competences that may prove useful in the job market.
Graduates in Law or in other social sciences who wish to acquire or expand their knowledge of Public Law.
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We invite all those interested in 2nd cycle studies in the area of Public Law to consider the various Master’s Degreee on offer this year, as all of them have significant Public Law components.