LAW 103 – Roman Law

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LAW 103 – Roman Law Weekly hours: 2+1, ECTS: 5
The main objective of the course is to give general understanding of Roman Law as a basis of law codes of most of the countries of the continental Europe and derivative systems elsewhere and basic for legal practice. The curriculum includes following topics: development and the influence of Roman Law over the modern world and contemporary law systems; the basic principles of the Roman Law; their importance and influence over various legal issues; the achievements of the Roman Law system; the legal institutions evolved by the Roman Law, their essence and applicability; the concepts and divisions of Roman Law, the richness of the precise terms and definitions that help to establish and enforce a justified legal system.