The IUC now offers 3 Degree Programs: In addition to our one year Master of Laws (LLM) and a two year Master of Science Degree (MSc), we now offer the Inter-University MSc, a joint program between the IUC, the University of Turin, and the University of Eastern Piedmont

The Institute aims to foster a research-based forum for innovative collaboration and consultant research by emerging and established scholars and practitioners from diverse geography, ideology and disciplinary perspectives to address the growing challenges facing the hegemony of global liberalism.

The IUC has offered over the years more than 100 scholarships for its LLM and MSc programs to students from the five continents representative of a diverse range of disciplines and cultural backgrounds. IUC Students have found job placement in international organizations, law firms, policy institutions and Universities all over the world.

Seminars & Events

Please join the 19th Common Core of European Private Law Conference, in Turin, on November 15-16 2013. Roberto Unger, one of the most important legal and political Philosophers, distinguished professor at Harvard and Minister of Strategic Affairs in the Lula government in Brazil in 2007/2009, will participate in the opening session of the conference. http://www.common-core.org/

News

APPLY TO NEXT YEAR'S LLM PROGRAM!

Applications for the upcoming 2014-2015 LLM Program are open until June 30th 2014. View here the details.

The seminar will take place on Wednesday,July 9th 2014, at the Campus Luigi Einaudi, in Turin, followed by a Lecture by professors Gunter Frankenberg, Ugo Mattei, Paulus Blokker.
The conference, at 15:00 at the University of Turin, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Room D1, will be followed by an event at 19:30 at Caffè Basaglia.
The conference will take place at the University of Turin, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Room E1, Lungo Dora Siena 100. Special guest: Prof. David Oppenheimer, Berkeley Law School.
“Participatory rights in the environmental decision making process and the implementation of the Aarhus Convention: a comparative perspective on the German and the Italian system” - Turin, July, 3/4/5 2014