History of Law and Roman Law

Programme description

The main objective of the doctoral programme History of Law and Roman Law is to prepare the student for independent creative scientific work. Within this study, the student should acquire the theoretical basis of the discipline, achieve an overview of international and European trends in the discipline and develop the ability for applying the acquired knowledge in pedagogical and scientific work aa well as in practice. The graduate of the study programme will be prepared particularly for professional scholarly work in the area of legal historical research, but he/she can apply his/her knowledge also in legislation, judiciary and other areas where deep theoretical basis is necessary.

A successful graduate is able to

  • search for and examine current legal history (Romanistic) topics with the use of scientific methods;
  • assess rigorously later legal regulations, including applicable law, using the knowledge on the development of legal institutes from the ancient times;
  • propose appropriate solutions de lege ferenda;
  • conduct legal history (Roman law) seminars;
  • prepare supporting educational material;
  • deepen his/her knowledge of the discipline.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

The programme is particularly intended for those who wish to pursue academic career and scholarly work, or for those who want to acquire deep historical and theoretical knowledge in any legal discipline irrespective of their legal profession.

Provided byFaculty of Law
Type of studies Doctoral
Modefull-time, combined
Length of studies4 years
Language of instructionCzech
Consultantdoc. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír Tauchen, Ph.D., LL.M. Eur.Int.
Guaranteedoc. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír Tauchen, Ph.D., LL.M. Eur.Int.

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