Promoted jointly by the LUISS School of Law and the LUISS School of Government, this second level advanced master focuses on European Union (EU) legal, institutional and policy issues. The process of Europeanization calls into question the separation between domestic and European legal and policies regimes.
This advanced second-level master provides the necessary training to enable graduates in legal and policy affairs to operate in this new context within EU institutions, law firms and private companies, public and private organizations, NGOs and non-profit associations, regional and national institutions, regulatory and consultancy agencies, banks and financial institutions.
The two Directors of the master programme will reccomend the best top 3 students of the programme for an internship of the length of 2-6 months as part of the staff of one of the Chambers of the European Court of Justice.
Application deadline 7th September 2017.