Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät at the Uni Jena
- Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3
- 07743 Jena
- Phone: +49 3641 94-2000
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Special features regarding teachingVery good supervision options; excellent contact with the teachers; comprehensive support through working groups accompanying the lecture, tutorials, university exam repetitions as well as exam courses and compact exam courses; practical relevance; interdisciplinarity; training in foreign legal systems in the national language by native-speaking lawyers in the Law & Language programme; Possibility of German and foreign language Moot Courts with a very good record of wins; key skills; diverse possibilities of specialisation within the focus areas.
Special features regarding the international orientationIn-depth study of foreign legal systems as part of the Law & Language Programme (4 languages offered); opportunity to participate in Moot Courts supported by special introductory seminars by coaches and practitioners; large selection of partner universities for the ERASMUS stay and very good support from the university regarding organisation and financing options; international specialisation area (SB 6: International Law);
Special features regarding the equipmentComprehensive availability of legal databases and e-literature; excellent WiFi coverage throughout the university area; computer pool, computer workstations in the library; UN depositary library; very well equipped lecture halls and seminar rooms that enable comprehensive multimedia support for the courses; Online corrections; Peer2Peer Podcasts.
Special features regarding research activitiesThe individual research projects cover current socio-political issues, such as: Legal issues of new media, digitalisation and data protection; digital justice; effects of Brexit on Private International Law; Sports Law, Medical Law, International Criminal Law and Energy Law. But research is also continuing on the fundamental questions of Law, such as in the History of Law and Constitution, Legal Philosophy, Corporate Law, Trademark Law and Copyright Law. There are currently 2 interdisciplinary research projects: Europe and Law & History.
Other special featuresThe Faculty of Law at the FSU Jena is characterised by a wide range of additional courses and further training opportunities in addition to the classic law studies and by a strong practical orientation. For example, Energy Law can produce “energy lawyers”, while the extension course “Labour Law, Organisation and Personnel Management” can lead to a career in human resources management. Evenings with practitioners and career fairs provide insights into the field. Regular pub meetings ensure a good rapport between students and professors.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.rewi.uni-jena.de/Forschung.html
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.uni-jena.de/infotag.html
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