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Within those disciplines that deal with the character, organization and functioning of the state, the legal sciences have long played a central role. At the Department, these are represented by three Sections: the Section for Public Law, the Section for Pulic Law, European Law and International Law and the Section for International Law and International Human Rights Law. Together they form the Institute of Public Law and International Law.

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Studying law

At the Bundeswehr University Munich, law is taught as part of the B.A./M.A. program of Social Sciences and Public Affairs. Students deal with the significance and functioning of law as an ordering system in national, supra-, inter- and transnational contexts. The focus lies on the foundations of and limits to government action at the national and international level. Thus, the program entails parts of domestic law (constitutional and administrative law), as well as basics of the international legal order (European and international law), with a particular focus on the protection of fundamental and human rights.

Overview of lectures and courses offered by the Institute of Public Law and International Law