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    The University of Würzburg is a university in Würzburg, Germany, founded in 1402. The university is a member of the Coimbra Group.

    University Faculties:
    The University of Würzburg is a university in Würzburg, Germany, founded in 1402. The university is a member of the Coimbra Group.

    University Faculties:
    • Catholic-Theological Faculty
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Medical Science
    • Faculty of Philosophy I
    • Faculty of Philosophy II
    • Faculty of Philosophy III
    • Faculty of Biology
    • Faculty of Geoscience
    • Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
    • Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
    • Faculty of Physics and Astronomy
    • Faculty of Economics




    University seal


    Law Faculty (Department Uni Würzburg - Juristische Fakultüt)

    Juristische Fakultät: Startseite

    CHE University Ranking

    Law (St)
    European Law (LL.M.)
    Magister Legum (LL.M.)

    More courses:
    Complementary course of European Law


    Contact

    Uni Würzburg
    Juristische Fakultüt
    Domerschulstraße 16
    D-97070 Würzburg
    Telephone: +49 931 31-2389



    Namibian German Legal Cooperation e.V.

    Würzburgs students encourage development of Namibian law
    In cooperation with the Namibian Ministry of Justice in Windhoek, Namibia, the faculty of law of the University Würzburg gets involved with the promotion and further development of the Namibian law, especially after Namibia´s independence from South Africa that is characterized by a renouncing of racial discrimination and an embracing of desegregation. Students of the University of Würzburg, predominantly students of law or politics, are therefore giventhe chance to take an active part in form of a month-long internship in the Namibian Ministry of Justice or in an non-governmental organization.

    With the Law Reform Commission of the Namibian Ministry of Justice the students are able to support the preparation of new acts by means of comparative law concerning the central legal problems of the partcular bill.

    NGLC - Juristische Fakultüt: Startpage


    Wuerzburg University, building at Wittelsbacherplatz

    [Source: photo taken by Robert Emmerich]



    Wuerzburg University, Main Library

    [Source: photo taken by Robert Emmerich]

    Contact

    University of Würzburg
    Sanderring 2
    97070 Würzburg
    Phone: (+49) 0931/31-0
    Fax: (+49) 0931/31-2600

    Universitüt Würzburg: Contact
    • Catholic-Theological Faculty
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Medical Science
    • Faculty of Philosophy I
    • Faculty of Philosophy II
    • Faculty of Philosophy III
    • Faculty of Biology
    • Faculty of Geoscience
    • Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
    • Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
    • Faculty of Physics and Astronomy
    • Faculty of Economics




    University seal


    Law Faculty (Department Uni Würzburg - Juristische Fakultät)

    Juristische Fakultät: Startseite

    CHE University Ranking

    Law (St)
    European Law (LL.M.)
    Magister Legum (LL.M.)

    More courses:
    Complementary course of European Law


    Contact

    Uni Würzburg
    Juristische Fakultät
    Domerschulstraße 16
    D-97070 Würzburg
    Telephone: +49 931 31-2389



    Namibian German Legal Cooperation e.V.

    Würzburgs students encourage development of Namibian law
    In cooperation with the Namibian Ministry of Justice in Windhoek, Namibia, the faculty of law of the University Würzburg gets involved with the promotion and further development of the Namibian law, especially after Namibia´s independence from South Africa that is characterized by a renouncing of racial discrimination and an embracing of desegregation. Students of the University of Würzburg, predominantly students of law or politics, are therefore giventhe chance to take an active part in form of a month-long internship in the Namibian Ministry of Justice or in an non-governmental organization.

    With the Law Reform Commission of the Namibian Ministry of Justice the students are able to support the preparation of new acts by means of comparative law concerning the central legal problems of the partcular bill.

    NGLC - Juristische Fakultät: Startpage


    Wuerzburg University, building at Wittelsbacherplatz

    [Source: photo taken by Robert Emmerich]



    Wuerzburg University, Main Library

    [Source: photo taken by Robert Emmerich]

    Contact

    University of Würzburg
    Sanderring 2
    97070 Würzburg
    Phone: (+49) 0931/31-0
    Fax: (+49) 0931/31-2600

    Universität Würzburg: Contact
    Last edited by sandra nowak; 04-19-2009, 07:37 PM.
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