Lines of research

The program's lines of research are as follows (each line relates to one of the main topics of the doctoral program, which are indicated in parentheses):

- The harmonization of European patrimonial law (global law)

- Biolaw (economic development, risk, social integration)

- Disability law (social integration)

- Religious freedom and relationships with religious denominations (social integration)

- Law and risk management (risk)

- Law and migration (social integration)

- Fundamental rights (globalization, risk, social integration)

- Corporate governance and the capital market (globalization, economic development)

- Interculturalism and religious freedom (globalization, social integration)

- Criminal responsibility: foundations and current manifestations (economic development, risk, social integration)

- International security and development (globalization, economic development, social integration)

Research teams: the School of Law departments themselves constitute the research teams, since they are the bodies responsible for teaching and research in the School.

When preparing the report for the Citation of Excellence application, the doctoral program included a list of the research projects in which it had participated and the main publications by the supervisors of the theses defended between the 2004-2005 and 2009-2010 academic years. The Citation of Excellence was obtained in September 2011 for the 2011-2012 and 2013-2014 academic years, which reflects the excellent work of the research teams.

Additional information can be found in the following PDF, which contains the data required by the document "Support guide: evaluation for the verification of official doctoral education."

Lines of research and research teams