Law and Economics

Law and Economics

 

The Department provides many lectures about both fields of Law and Economics as listed below.
Its educational purpose is to train professionals with broad social perspectives.

 

Constitutional Law Administrative Law Tax Law Civil Law
Civil Procedure Commercial Law Consumer Law Labor Law
Criminal Law Criminal Procedure International Law Legal History
International Relations Public Administration Economic Theory Economic Policy
Public Finance Money Banking Infonomics Regional Economic
Environmental Economic World Economy Statistic Economics of Welfare

 

All Students are required to take a Preliminary Seminar in the freshman year and a Professional Seminar in the junior and senior year.

Students in the department may prepare themselves for a variety of career possibilities, such as judicial officer, lawyer, public official, teacher, and manager.