Academic Term

International Law LLB – Course Overview
Academic Term 2018-2019

FALL Students (Starting their studies in September / October)

Semester 1 (Fall) Semester 2 (Spring)
Constitutional Law I Constitutional Law II
Constitutional Law I Contract Law II
English Legal System General Principles of Law
Legal Profession Skills History of Law
Human Rights
Semester 3 (Fall) Semester 4 (Spring)
Administrative Law I Administrative Law II
Tort Law I Tort Law II
Criminal Law I Criminal Law II
International Law I International Law II
Law of International Organizations Law of the Sea
Semester 5 (Fall) Semester 6 (Spring)
European Union Law I European Union Law II
Property Law Equity and Trusts
Commercial Law Company Law
Philosophy of Law Criminology
Humanitarian Law Tax Law
Semester 7 (Fall) Semester 8 (Spring)
Evidence Law Conflict of Laws
Civil Procedure Law Maritime Law
International Economic Law Environmental Law
Competition Law International Trade Law
Moot Court Studies Consumer Law

 

SPRING Students (Starting their studies in February / March)

Semester 1 (Spring) Semester 2 (Fall)
General Principles of Law Constitutional Law I
History of Law Contract Law I
Human Rights English Legal System
International Law I
Law of International Organizations
Legal Profession Skills
Semester 3 (Spring) Semester 4 (Fall)
Constitutional Law II Administrative Law I
Contract Law II Tort Law I
Law of the Sea Criminal Law I
European Union Law I
Humanitarian Law
Semester 5 (Spring) Semester 6 (Fall)
Administrative Law II Property Law
Tort Law II Commercial Law
Criminal Law II Philosophy of Law
European Union Law II Competition Law
Tax Law
Maritime Law
Consumer Law
Semester 7 (Spring) Semester 8 (Fall)
Equity and Trusts Evidence Law
Company Law Civil Procedure Law
Criminology International Economic Law
Environmental Law
International Trade Law

 

Optional Courses

Fall Semester
Principles of Economics I Principles of Economics II
Sociology Sociology
Introduction to Political Science I Introduction to Political Science II
Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Constitutional Law
Cinema and Order (for 3rd and 4th year students) International Tribunals (for 3rd and 4th year students)
International Tribunals (for 3rd and 4th year students) Moot Court Studies II: Competition (for selected 3rd and 4th year students)
Moot Court Studies I: Preparation (for selected 3rd and 4th year students)
Critical to Approaches to Social Theory

* The above is the list of optional courses offered in the 2017-2018 academic term. The specific courses that will be available for the 2018-2019 academic term will be announced by the Faculty in due time.