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THE FACULTY OF LAW CLUJ-NAPOCA belongs to "DIMITRIE CANTEMIR" CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, BUCHAREST. It was accredited pursuant to Law nb.238/2002 and was institutionally assessed by ARACIS Council with the highest possible mark offered to a university in Romania: HIGH TRUST. Our license and Master diplomas are like those belonging to any public or private educational institution, both in Romania and abroad.
The faculty was founded in 1991. Here, students may attend law lectures, both full-time and part-time. At the first level (license), they are permitted to practice legal professions, such as that of a lawyer, judge, prosecutor, etc. At the next level, (Master), there are two branches: Public Law (Criminal Law and Criminology) and Business Law (Private Law) accredited by ARACIS Council with the highest mark as well. We are ready now for introducing doctoral school and e-learning. Our syllabus includes fundamental legal disciplines, specialized and complementary ones, which may help us to build complete and complex personalities in accordance with the requirements of the Romanian and European legal system.

The Academic Staff includes outstanding teachers and practitioners. The teachers are, at the same time, lawyers, judges, coroners, clerks, who effectively practice what they are teaching, and theoreticians who have written law lectures and treatises, afterwards published at valuable publishing houses.
As far as scientific research is concerned, our faculty works together with prestigious research institutions both in the country and abroad. The students are advised to develop scientific research of good quality, a fact that allows them to participate in annual sessions, but also in national and international conferences.

More than in other faculties, our graduates have become prosecutors, magistrates, lawyers, notaries public, university teachers, clerks, and have high positions in public and private institutions. The practitioners belonging to the teaching stuff teach our students applied preparation at high standards. The private environment makes our students more assertive and competitive.

Being better and more efficiently organized, tuition fees in our faculty are lower than that in other similar ones, be they public or private. A student may submit to usual examinations or outstanding ones free of charge. Only submission to re-examinations is
paid. Even more: students attending 1st. to 4th.year and being on the first two positions as far as learning and marks are concerned, are exempted from tuition fees. Students paying all tuition fees at once get a discount of 10%. The students' sisters, brothers, husband or wife, who attend classes in the same faculty, also get a discount of 10% of tuition.

The students' activity is sustained by the scientific and material basis of the faculty. In its library, one can find a great number of specialized books, as well as a number of legal magazines printed or on-line. Students may work in the library free of charge and limitless while the library is open. Within the faculty laboratories of informatics and criminology have been set up, possessing computers, video projections, and Internet connection. Students may also use the Internet all the time the library is open. The classrooms are spacious; they have been built up lately and cover more than 2600 square meters, including an auditorium, 3 amphitheatres, 4 classrooms, and 15 rooms for seminars. (There also is a Restaurant – a student cafeteria in the very yard of the faculty).

Besides practice in courts, lawyer offices and state administration, students are urged to participate in other extra-curriculum activities: visits to prisons, clubs, or various circles where great personalities of social, political, economical, academic, or scientific life also take part. They may also participate in ecological activities including forest regeneration, sports, etc.

Last but not least, the faculty location is also accessible. Neither is it far from the railway station and coach station, nor from the very centre of the town and the Court: Burebista Str., nb.2, Cluj-Napoca.

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