Department of Legal Studies
The department offers advanced degree programs in comparative constitutional law, human rights and international business law. The curriculum combines international and regional intellectual traditions, and offers students professional training and internship opportunities. Outstanding professors introduce students to stateof- the-art legal research, reasoning and writing, enabling them to become competitive, and capable of working in various fi elds of legal practice and research upon successful graduation.
Graduates of the department pursue careers as policymakers, diplomats, scholars, human rights professionals, judges, arbitrators, consultants, and lawyers in business and public administration.
Selected areas of research
Master of Laws in Comparative Constitutional Law (LLM, One Year)
This unique program focuses on examining constitutional issues in comparative, historical, and social contexts in old and new democracies.