Classes for the first semester will be held via mixed delivery.
Classes on Mondays and Fridays will only be delivered remotely, with a set class timetable.
Classes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (and in once case, Saturdays) will be delivered in dual mode: some students will be able to attend physically in the lecture room and others will be able to follow via live streaming.
Course exams during the September 2020 exam session will still be held online via the Teams platform.
You will receive timely regular information via iCatt, the University app.
Prof. Stefano Solimano, Dean of the Faculty of Law
In a world in which the collection, accumulation, management and sharing of personal data is becoming a resource of primary economic and political importance, the extremely rapid spread of dis-information (so-called fake news) and the advent of algorithms open new challenges and new horizons that are difficult to decipher at the moment, both in the human and social sciences and, perhaps even more so, in law, particularly criminal law... read more
The Faculty of Law at Università Cattolica endeavours to train professionals who are proficient in analysing, applying and creating the rules of Law in today’s world. Graduates who will carry forward the legacy of the great masters of law. Founded in 1924 - one of the University’s first faculties - it is much esteemed in Italy for its dedication to technical, cultural and personal preparation, for the level of its scientific research, for its first-class teaching and for its ability to distinguish, inspire and value the merit of its students.