Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät at the Uni des Saarlandes/Saarbrücken
- 66041 Saarbrücken
- Phone: +49 681 302-2003
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Special features regarding teachingFrom the first semester on performance assessments for all lectures for self-assessment and enabling continuous study; campus university; numerous study groups and tutorials; increased involvement of practitioners; unique selling points: Internationality and Reference to Europe, Protection of Human Rights, Tax Law, Legal Informatics, French Law and Insurance Law; Certificates (key competences; European and International Law; Patent and Innovation Protection; IT Law and Legal Informatics); Participation in Moot Court; specialisation in fundamental subjects.
Special features regarding the international orientationDegree courses: German-French Law, European and International law, trilateral course Saarbrücken / Lille / Warwick, German Law for Foreigners; 85 Erasmus contracts; Cluster of Excellence with universities in the Balkans, partnerships with Keio University / Tokyo, Eastern / South Eastern Europe; exchange of students and lecturers with universities in Yunnan, Wuhan and South Africa; cooperation in legal training with the Ordre des Avocats de Paris; cooperation with the French Chamber of Notaries in the field of further training; joint study programme with the Universities of Lorraine, Strasbourg and Paris II.
Special features regarding the equipmentIntegrative concept of information management; Unit with library (reference stock approx. 327,878 books, 694 subscription magazines, 585 sequel works) with long opening hours (Mon - Fri: 8:00 until 23:00; Sat: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.); extensive access (also from home) to numerous electronic legal information systems, for example juris, Beck-online and international databases; modern lecture halls and seminar rooms.
Special features regarding research activitiesInfluence of European Court of Justice legal language on European Legislation; Interactions rights of the provinces / Roman Law; Research Digitalisation (BiJUS); E-government in Administration, IT Security Issues; Administrative Procedural Law and Union and International Law; EU Tax Law; GR Barriers; Jean Monnet Chair European Integration / human rights; DAAD project Southeast Europe / SEE / EU Cluster of Excellence; Criminal Law AI framework / detection of illegal content; District court 4.0; Liability for autonomous systems; Industry contracts 4.0; E-files; Staudinger comment - §§ 433 / 435-453 / 474ff / 478f / 530ff; Big Data insurance products
Other special featuresPossibility of a double degree (German + French law) with a license; classroom and retreat course; special preparation for exams in compulsory subjects and focus areas ([vacation] exam exams and crash course); integration of Law studies with the LL.M course in European and International Law; Doctorate in joint supervision with foreign faculties; trilateral Master's program (German / English / French); various postgraduate Master's courses, also in distance learning; IT court day; Best Jura Saar funding program for particularly talented students.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.uni-saarland.de/fakultaet/r/mitglieder.html
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-saarland.de/studieren/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.uni-saarland.de/studium/bewerbung.html
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