Position in a workplace:
In addition to preparing themselves for future practice in legal professions and magistrature, graduates can find employment in high-responsibility roles in various fields including socio-economic, social and institutional contexts such as public administration, private businesses, unions, information technology law, comparative, international and European law, as well as in international organizations where, in addition to having mere sectorial, content-based knowledge, legal experts are called to apply their analytical, assessment and decisional skills.
There are also interesting emerging professional roles within the field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) such as arbitration and conciliation. Graduates will have access to post-graduate specialization opportunities provided by the Law Department (University Center for Mediation) which grant the title of Professional Civil Mediator.
The Magistrale Degree ensures graduates are well prepared for professional practice commonly associated with a Law degree: they can thus become lawyers, magistrates and notaries.
Moreover, the degree also prepares its graduates for leadership positions in administration within local bodies, the State, public and private sectors, Non-Governmental Organizations and the third sector. Graduates can also choose employment as workplace legal consultants, civil mediators or professional tax attorneys.
Because the Program addresses international subject matter in depth, graduates can aspire to careers within international bodies including the European Union, the European Council, the United Nations, FAO, UNESCO, and so forth.
The Program’s attention to economics also provides graduates with the necessary competencies for becoming administrators of public bodies and private businesses.
The Magistrale Degree Program prepares students for all high-level positions in the legal field, including: lawyer, judge, notary and civil mediator; legal expert in banks, insurance firms, businesses, independent organizations, public administration, European and international institutions, as well as for the Diplomatic career.