An academic degree that allows students to be trained in various aspects of law, such as criminal, constitutional, administrative law, as well as methods of research and data analysis for the possibility of conducting scientific research.

Academic Degree:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Code and name of the educational program:

8D04201 “Law”

Form of study and duration of study:    

Full-time, 3 years

Description of the educational program:

The Doctorate in Law is a program designed for those who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of law and make a contribution to the scientific field of jurisprudence. The doctorate provides high-level education and conducts research in the field of law.

Doctoral students usually go through a three-year program of study during which they gain experience and knowledge in the field of law. They study such disciplines as legal theory, legal history, constitutional law, criminal law, civil law, property law, etc.

Doctoral students also gain experience in conducting scientific research and developing projects in the field of law. They write a dissertation, which is an important part of doctoral studies and must contain original scientific research and new knowledge in the field of law. The dissertation must be defended before a commission composed of experts in the field of law.

The doctoral program also includes the opportunity to complete internships in various legal organizations, including government agencies, law firms, judicial institutions and other legal organizations. This allows doctoral students to gain practical experience and apply their knowledge and skills in practice.

Career opportunities:

Doctorate graduates can work in various fields related to law. They may serve as professors, researchers, judges, attorneys, lawyers, legal consultants, and other legal professionals. They may also work as consultants and experts for government agencies and law firms that develop legal documents and enforce law.