Legal globalisation engenders processes by which different bodies of law become increasingly interconnected and interdependent, thereby crossing traditional borders. Lawyers are now required to grapple with national, international, European, and transnational laws when they apply norms.
Teaching of Global Governance Law is research-based. Accordingly, teachers of the Programme are distinguished scholars, at the forefront of their research fields, and committed to the personal and professional development of students. Many of the teachers in the programme invoke methods that enrich their research with a critical, comparative, empirical or multidisciplinary approach.
The two-year research-oriented Master's Programme in Global Governance Law (GGL) helps you develop the skills to understand and deal with the challenges of globalising law. You complete the degree of Master of International and Comparative Law (MICL) and become an internationally-oriented professional well-qualified for a career in international organisations, legal practice, various expert positions in the public sector as well as legal academia both in Finland and abroad.