MLAG is a one year internationalised advanced Second Level Masters that examines EU law and governance in comparative perspective. It is fully taught in English by outstanding international scholars from Europe, the UK and the US.
It also has an international student body. It provides a unique combination of law and public policy so that students gain a realistic and broad understanding of how the EU operates in practice, going beyond textbooks and formal procedures.
It is jointly promoted by Luiss School of Law and Luiss School of Government. If students already have a degree in law, they can gain an LLM by taking the core courses and then legal electives.