The Faculty of Law is active in both teaching and research.

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Regarding the first, the Faculty organizes the Bachelor in Law degree (3 years), the Advanced Master (AM) in Law of Information and Communication Technologies and (in partnership with UCL and Saint-Louis University), the AM in Human Rights.

In the Jesuit tradition, excellence and high standard in training combine with an easy accessibility of teaching staff for students. To meet both ambitions is our daily challenge and pride.

With regard to research, the Faculty of Law's 3 research centres have developed activities respectively in the following areas: information  and communication technologies; basic human rights and social cohesion; the legal protection of the citizen.

Other fields of research in Law as well as in Arts and Social Sciences are covered individually by professors and assistants.

All research is carried out in close cooperation with other faculties and universities, at the national and international levels.

Results of research lead to an important number of doctoral theses and directly influence European and national rulemaking. Those results are also taken into account by the Law Faculty's teaching, keeping it therefore continuously up to date.

Marc Nihoul
Dean of the Faculty of Law