Organization profile

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The Faculty organizes consecutive studies. The cycles of consecutive studies include: first - Bachelor’s (3,5-year in full time and 5 years in extramural undergraduate Studies); second – Master’s (1,5 yeat in full time and 2 years in extramural specialized studies); third – doctoral studies (4-year studies for preparation of research in full time studies and 6 years in extramural studies).
Faculty of Law offers two Bachelor’s Degree study programs - Law and Law and Management. These programmes include a wide spectrum of disciplines which are studied and which make up the fundamentals of a higher education in Law. Students take courses in Lithuanian and Foreign Countries Legal History, Roman Private Law, Theory of Law, Philosophy of Law, European Union Law, Main Material and Procedure Law Branches. Aside from the legal disciplines, students also take Philosophy, Latin and Foreign Languages, Logic, Political Science, Forensic Medicine and Psychiatry, etc.

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Lithuania Social Sciences
Law Social Sciences
human rights Social Sciences
republic Social Sciences
regulation Social Sciences
EU Social Sciences
constitution Social Sciences
doctrine Social Sciences

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Research Output 1996 2019

Uniformity of Application of the EU Customs Law: Problematic Aspects in the Baltic States

Valantiejus, Dr., G. & Katuoka, S., Dec 30 2019, In : Economics and Culture. 16, 2, p. 21-38 17 p., DOI: 10.2478/jec-2019-0019 .

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Baltic States

Bendruomenės įtraukimo į incidento valdymą organizacinės prielaidos ir teisinės galimybės Lietuvoje

Translated title of the contribution: Organizational preconditions and legal opportunities in Lithuania for the involvement of community participation in the incident managementSurvila, A., Smalskys, V., Novikovas, A., Tvaronavičienė, A. & Stasiukynas, A., 2018, In : Viešoji politika ir administravimas. 17, 2, p. 255-269

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access

EU administrative law – What are EU-level public administrators?

Deviatnikovaitė, I., 2018, In : Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies. 59, 1, p. 19-39

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

administrative law
European Law
administrative procedure
European Parliament

Press / Media