Fachbereich V - Rechtswissenschaft at the Uni Trier
- Universitätsring 15
- 54296 Trier
- Phone: +49 651 201-2524
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Special features regarding teachingYoung committed team of professors; very good supervision ratio to professors: Students = 1:20 for new students; Iintroductory lectures in the 1st academic year with tutorials in small groups; high practical relevance of the case-oriented exercises; accompanying material online; rhetoric courses, lawyer law, EU procedural law, Moot Courts; exam repetition with holiday rep; year-round exam course, 2x annual test exams, 4x annual focus test exams; strong international orientation.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational Legal degree courses in 8 legal systems; Basics of European legal development; European and International Criminal Law; Environmental Law; European and International Law, International law; German and International Tax Law; Inst for data right; Inst for Labor Law and Industrial Relations in the EU; Institutions for Legal Policy; Institutions for European constitutional law; Institutions for German and European Water Management Law; Institute for German and European Criminal Procedure Law and Police Law; Research Centre for German, European and International Corruption Criminal Law; "Introduction to the German Legal System"; Summer school on German Law.
Special features regarding the equipmentFree WiFi throughout the university area; 60 PC workstations in the PC pool of the legal reading room; free use of all approx. 150 PC spaces at the university for Law students; research on beck-online, Juris + WestLaw; all lecture halls and seminar rooms with projectors; air-conditioned auditoriums; Audi-Max with 550 seats; microphone systems in the lecture halls; barrier-free access; interactive whiteboard in the group study room of the library.
Special features regarding research activitiesin-depth research by faculty professors at well-known research institutes: Institute for Data Law Trier; Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the EU; Institute for Legal Policy; Institute for European Constitutional Law; Institute for German and European Water Management Law; Institute for German and European Criminal Procedure Law and Police Law; interdisciplinary DFG research group "Resilience"
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.jura.uni-trier.de
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