Law Programs

Dean of the School of Law Pietro Sirena 

The Bocconi School of Law trains lawyers and professionals to face the enormous challenges that internationalization, the advent of new technologies and economic development pose to the legal field today.

The backbone of the School of Law is the five-year Integrated Master of Arts in Law. The program is offered in Italian but has a strong international inclination. Its contents include European law, specialized legal English, a course in International law taught in English and an international track among the choice of majors. 

Furthermore, students can gain experience abroad in an Exchange Program at one of our 58 partner schools in 20 countries, or earn a Double Degree thanks to new agreements with top law schools in Europe and the US. Selected students can do an exchange through Themis, a network of 9 prestigious universities focusing on business law, or participate in Moots, arbitration and commercial law competitions involving students from around the world.

The School also offers a Specialized Master program held entirely in English, the LL.M in Law of Internet Technology. This unique study path prepares young lawyers to tackle the intricate and ever-changing zone where the law and the digital world meet.

The School of Law’s educational offer in Italian also includes a Master program and other specialization and professional courses in the field of legal studies.

Integrated Master of Arts in Law

Specialized Masters

Corporate Law - GI (Specialization Program) - in Italian

Bocconi-Pavia Law School (Professional Specialist Program) - in Italian

 



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