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Business Law Consultant

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?
What does it train you for?

The Business Law Consultancy course is a three-year Bachelor Degree course in law belonging to the group of “Sciences of Legal Services” (L-14). The Course aims to provide students with an interdisciplinary education which will allow them to work with a sound foundation in law, business administration and organizational engineering. In particular, graduates will achieve the necessary competence both to choose the most efficient company form for a new business, and to apply for the administrative authorisations and licenses required. As a legal consultant, a graduate will have the appropriate knowledge for assisting businessmen and women in concluding business contracts.

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What do you learn?

The curriculum allows students to achieve basic knowledge of private and constitutional law, business administration, accounting and the theory of ‘open innovation’. Moreover, the Course enables students to achieve specific knowledge of commercial law, tax law, labuor law, administrative law, private international law, comparative law, and the theory and practice of negotiation, including simulations. The most important questions discussed in the lectures are the following: How to set up a firm? How to draw up a business plan? What company form is the most appropriate as regards tax law? How to conclude a financing contract? How to conclude a cross-border sales contract?

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What can you do with it?

Graduates will be able to use their knowledge working either as freelancers or as employees of companies or public organizations. Moreover, graduates will be able to apply for selection in the recruitment of court assistants and court clerks, bailiffs, police officers and prison staff. Finally, graduates may continue their studies in order to obtain – after only two years – a Master Degree Single Cycle in Law. Students enrolled in the Business Law Consultancy course spend several months either in local firms, in law-firms or in other entities in order to put their knowledge into practice. These firms or entities may sign contracts of employment with the future graduates.