Legal norms and parameters govern our co-existence, competition in business, and provide safety and security. Communities of people need rules and laws, and we need legal experts to define the laws that apply to all areas of life.
Legal education at the JKU does not mean primarily learning the law by heart. Communicating legal methods is in the foreground. It's a modern approach that allows students to master the challenges of the rapidly changing legal system and situation - whether in private law, public law, criminal law, corporate law, European law or in one of the other areas of specializations we offer in law studies.
The JKU is the first university in Europe to offer the Multimedia Diploma Degree Program in Law. First introduced at the JKU in 2004, the program boasts over 850 online students a year.
In addition to pursuing well-known legal professions such as becoming an attorney or judge, JKU graduates can also pursue a career in business or public administration.
Laws are important to our society, which is why we need legal experts in all areas of life. The JKU has an outstanding law degree program. Watch the video below to learn more about what it's like to study law and how everyone in society benefits.
In accordance with § 57 of the Military Authorization Act, the Austrian President has appointed Prof. Sigmar Stadlmeier as Legal Protection Officer.
The new faculty members at LIT gave their inaugural lectures; the Faculty of Law followed on Thursday.
Prof. Claudia Fuchs teaches and conducts research in the area of public corporate law. We spoke with her about what she finds particularly fascinating about this area of law.
Experts at a JKU conference discussed transitions in energy consumption and mobility, both in terms of urgency and successful attainability.