The Babeș-Bolyai University (Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai UBB) is by far the largest and most comprehensive higher institution in Romania, while Cluj-Napoca, its city of residence, is considered to be the most important student town in the country. Its renowned excellency in advanced academic research and higher education programs is naturally validated, not only by the University’s rich history and tradition.

Bilkent University was founded on October 20, 1984, by İhsan Doğramacı (1915–2010) and admitted its first students in 1986. The Law Faculty, which was established in 2002, commenced education with 140 students and produced its first graduates i2006. To the present day, our Faculty has contributed approximately a thousand legal practitioners to the legal world of lawyers, judges, public prosecutors, and academicians and has raised qualified lawyers who gained ground inational and international areas, iinternational organisations, and law firms. Bilkent University Faculty of Law is continuing its educational journey with almost a thousand undergraduate students iaddition to dozens of graduate students.

The CEAD Francisco Suárez is a research unit in law, common to the Faculty of Law of the Universidade Lusófona (Lisbon), the Faculty of Law and Political Science of the Universidade Lusófona (Porto), and the Department of Law and Social Sciences of the Manuel Teixeira Gomes Higher Institute (Faro). The Centre’s activity is intended to promote and coordinate scientific research in the area of legal and related sciences, through publications, meetings, partnerships and scientific exchanges with other institutions and researchers, both national and foreign, in order to provide services to the community. In this way, responsibility is taken for the construction of science as a heritage, contributing to the progress of this knowledge in the service of the community.

The Centre for Legal Research (CIJ-FDUP) is a Research and Development Unit based at the Faculty of  Law of the University of Porto.

The Centre of European Law, Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College is an institution with a long tradition of teaching and research into all areas of European Union Law. It enjoys a reputation of excellence for offering a distinguished programme of public lectures, seminars and conferences.

The European Legal Studies Institute, the successor to the Institute for European law and the Institute for International Private Law, is part of the University of Osnabrück and aims to become one of the leading European research institutions for comparative law and the harmonisation of European law.

The Faculty of Economics & Business is one of the 31 constituent institutions of the University of Zagreb. Established in 1920, it holds the distinction of being the oldest higher education institution specialising in economics and business in the Republic of Croatia. The Faculty of Economics & Business proudly holds three prestigious international accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB Business accreditation (institution-level), and EFMD Programme Accreditation (for the Bachelor Degree in Business program).

The Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade is one of the top law schools in the region of Southeastern Europe and possesses a record of academic excellence and international scholarly influence.

The Faculty of Law of Eötvös Loránd University was founded in 1667 and is part of the oldest and largest university in Hungary.

The Faculty of Law of the University of Girona was founded in 1991 and has established itself as one of Spain’s foremost centres of legal education.

The Faculty of Law of Izmir University of Economics aims to equip students with leadership attributes, entrepreneurial capabilities, critical thinking skills and the ability to contribute valuable research to a variety of sciences.

Founded in 2003, the University of Luxembourg is the first and only university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Multilingual, international and research-oriented, it is also a modern institution with a personal atmosphere. 


The Faculty of Law of Lyon Catholic University: the University was founded in 1875. It welcomes a diverse range of students from every nationality with a variety of philosophical and religious beliefs, and respects freedom of conscience and secularism.

The Faculty of Law of Maastricht University consists of approximately 2,500 students and 250 staff members. The Faculty's courses are characterised by their small-scale approach which makes education intensive and student-centered.

The Faculty of Law of the University of Sarajevo is a public institution dedicated to providing education of utmost excellence grounded in continuous research and the development of both legal studies and practice.

The Faculty of Law of Toulouse 1 Capitole University is a public establishment which opened in 1970 and originated from the Faculty of Canon Law created in 1229 by King Saint Louis.

The Faculty of Law of Trnava University was re-established in 1998 but its early history goes back as far as 1667. It is an important center of legal education and legal research in Slovakia, emphasising Christian moral values and fundamental principles of democracy and the rule of law.

The Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Legal Sciences (JUR-I) is conceived as a place and an instrument for reflection, development and structuring of research in legal sciences at UCLouvain (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium).

The Institute of Comparative Law in Belgrade is one of the leading research institutions in the field of social sciences in Serbia and the Western Balkans region. Its more than 60 years of continuous work makes it one of the oldest institutions for comparative law research in the world.

The Institute of Social Sciences conducts research of significant importance for the scientific development of the Republic of Serbia. The Institute constitutes six scientific research centres (the Centre for Demographic Research, the Centre for Politicological Research and Public Opinion, the Centre for Economic Research, the Centre for Legal Research (CRL), the Centre for Sociological and Anthropological Research and the Centre for Philosophy) and has a staff of 42 fellows with doctoral degrees and 22 junior fellows – PhD students.



Kopaonik School of Natural Law was established 32 years ago under the permanent general ‘Law and Justice’ title. Every year since then, it has been the place of meetings of eminent jurists, legal scholars as well as practicing lawyers from across the world.

Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology is the youngest and at the same time fastest-growing law school in Ireland. More than 40 full-time academic members of staff engage in diverse areas of research with a strong international focus employing a diverse range of methodologies.

The Portucalense Institute for Legal Research (Instituto Jurídico Portucalense, IJP) is a research center in legal sciences whose main objective is to promote, support and disseminate scientific research in this area of knowledge produced at Universidade Portucalense and at the Polytechnic Institutes of Leiria and Lisbon, its strategic partners, namely through institutional support for research projects by its researchers and partnerships with similar national and foreign research units.

The Research Centre for Justice and Governance (JusGov) is a sub-unit of the School of Law and an R&D Unit of the University of Minho which is dedicated to advancing research and scholarship in law by pursuing an innovative interdisciplinary research programme, engaging in international research networks, investing in a strong dissemination strategy, providing policy-relevant research and legal expertise of interest to governments, practitioners and other stakeholders, and contributing to the scientific initiation and advanced training of early-stage researchers.

Comprising two distinct departments, the School of Law and Social Justice of the University of Liverpool is a unique collaboration of experts in Law, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology exploring the impact of law in society, challenging injustice and promoting equality of opportunity.

The School of Law of Bocconi University (Bocconi School of Law) is a leading teaching and research institution based in Milan (Italy). It was founded in 1999. As a part of Bocconi University, Bocconi School of Law enjoys a great reputation and high standing for the excellence of its teaching and research activities in national and international rankings.

Jagran Lakecity University, School of Law

The School of Law of the Jagran Lakecity University is part of a private university established under Section 2(f) of UGC Act 1956 and is based out of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. JLU Bhopal is one of the fastest growing and most awarded universities of Central India, having practice based pedagogy at its core. Currently, the University is offering 56 degree programmes to more than 2,500 students from eight countries and 27 states of India. 

The School of Law of the University of Nicosia consists of two departments, the Department of Law and the Department of Politics and Governance and the School stands on the three pillars of law, politics and governance. The School of Law is one of the most active in the region, offering its graduates specialised knowledge and skills in handling difficult situations and resolving practical day-to-day problems. The Department of Law offers a wide range of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels.

Established in 1636, the Utrecht University School of Law is the oldest law school in the Netherlands and has several institutes, research institutes and centres. Its institutes conduct research and supply education in a specific field of the legal discipline. Its research institutes and centres focus specifically on research.

The Școala Națională de Studii Politice și Administrative’s (National University of Political Sciences and Public Administration (SNSPA)) institutional vision consists of promoting and implementing a unique relationship between the University and genuine change in Romania. The SNSPA constantly trains the Romanian elite and aims to extend this training feature at regional level. It is a University that adapts to the requirements of Europeanisation and globalisation.

The Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law (SCCL) of the Faculty of Law of Stockholm University was set up at Stockholm University in 2000 in light of the significant and ongoing research on the development of commercial law which was being carried out at the University’s Law Faculty. The SCCL’s main focus is the promotion of research and research education in the field of commercial law.

Suleyman Demirel University (SDU) is one of the first private higher education institutions in Kazakhstan. The University was founded in 1996 and opened by the President of the country Nursultan Nazarbayev. SDU currently has four faculties: Education & Humanities, Engineering & Natural Sciences, Law & Social Sciences, and the Business School. SDU operates a trilingual education system whereby 81% of its degree programs are taught in English, 16% in Kazakh, and 3% in Russian.

The Sutherland School of Law of University College Dublin is the largest and most diverse law school in Ireland.

The University Institute of European Studies (Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei, IUSE) is a non-profit organisation for education, research and public debate relating to Europe. It also aims to prepare experts and executives for European and international careers.

University of Coimbra Institute for Legal Research (UCILeR) is a research unit at the Faculty of Law. Fully aware of its traditions, contributing to the production and dissemination of legal knowledge in the last few centuries, it is UCILeR’s purpose to steer its research to contemporary expectations and quality standards. UCILeR is proud of its past and driven to meet the highest standards of excellence in its future activity. UCILeR’s 86 researchers offer a wide range of issues studied and critical mass, hence research excellence in legal studies and also with an interdisciplinary approach.

Located in Tbilisi, Georgia, the University of Georgia (UG) is one of the largest private universities in the country, with more than 6,000 local and international students. The University has accredited programs on three levels of higher education (Bachelor, Master and PhD) in English and Georgian.

The University of Latvia, Faculty of Law, is the largest provider of legal training in Latvia, richest in tradition and achievements. Its lecturers, alongside academic and scientific work, also have active professional careers in law – they are judges, prosecutors, sworn advocates, notaries and heads of various state institutions. Graduates of the Faculty of Law have become notable and successful lawyers.

Founded in 1994, the University of Opole has 12 faculties and 19 research institutes. It is a dynamic, modern and versatile academic platform that continually expands its educational offers and cooperates with academic and business partners both in Poland and abroad. Our students can go on placements and exchanges within the Erasmus+ or Europa Master Programmes. They can obtain various scholarships and can develop their interests and passions by taking part in a wide range of activities in the fields of science, sport and culture.

The Ludvika University of Public Service started a new faculty in 2015 on international and European studies and later in 2017 it has integrated the water science education of the Eötvös József College of Baja, thus created the Faculty of Water Sciences. The vision and the objective of the institutional development of the University of Public Service is to become the ‘university of cooperation’, the model of efficient collaboration between societal requirements, national-strategic governmental objectives, and university-level autonomy.

The Western University 'Vasile Goldiș' of Arad (Universitatea de Vest 'Vasile Goldiș') is a private university located in Arad, Romania. The spiritual patron of the University is Vasile Goldiș, a prominent Romanian politician, pedagogue, publicist, member of the Romanian Academy and a key figure of the Union of Transylvania with Romania in 1918. The Faculty of Law was founded in the first year of operation of the University in 1990/1991. It is the first private law school in Romania, whose final accreditation was confirmed by the Romanian Parliament in March 2002.