|For:||Third-to-last and penultimate year of high school|
|Objective:||Introduce legal skills and fields through lessons on different areas, rhetoric workshops, speaking and writing sessions and court simulations|
|Location:||Rome and Milan (see calendar for dates)|
|Luiss early admission:||Two-year course for talented young people|
The Legal Summer School, available in both Milan and Rome, offers numerous interactive modules that introduce students to a variety of areas including: penal law, civil law, sports law and privacy law. Starting with real cases, students gain familiarity with legal terms and institutions. Participants also experience rhetoric workshops, legal public speaking and writing sessions as well as the opportunity to simulate a trial. Parts of the program take place in the University's spaces for simulation of trials, interrogations and negotiations.
The Legal Summer School grants 40 School-Work Alternation credits, subject to approval from the student's home institution.