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Jointly organised by the School of Law and the Luiss School of Government, the Master of Law in European Law and Policies (MELP) is an advanced specialised program that prepares students to become law and policy specialists.
You will gain expertise both in EU institutional and substantive law and in the operation of the policy process in practice.

Law students will gain an understanding of policy making, which is essential for grasping how the EU’s legal framework operates, while political science and other social science students will acquire an understanding of the legal structure within which policy decisions are taken.

Provided that students with legal background complete a set of course requirements, they will be awarded the final title with the mention of Master of Law (LL.M) in European Law and Policies.

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