General remarks on study groups

For students in the first specialism semester as a rule the following study groups accompanying lectures are offered from the third week of lectures:

  • Civil Law I
  • Criminal Law I
  • Public Law I

For students in the second to the fourth specialism semester as a rule the following study groups accompanying lectures are offered from the second week of lectures:

  • second semester:
    • Civil Law II
    • Criminal Law II
    • Public Law II
  • third semester:
    • Civil Law III
    • Criminal Law III
    • Public Law III
  • fourth semester:
    • Civil Law IV
    • Criminal Law IV*
    • Public Law IV*

* wherever possible

In principle, study groups are intended for the maximum number of participants of 20 students.

A certificate of regular participation in an AG is only issued to students when necessary. This is contingent on the relevant student

a) receiving a place in an AG and

b) not being absent more than three times.

However, regular participation in AGs is neither a requirement for the examination in an area of focus nor for admission to the first state examination.

However, it does help with mastering case resolution as an expert and thus with preparing for the final semester exams as well as the later examinations as part of the degree course.

Please note: information on the availability of spaces in study groups is published on the homepage underundefined Faculty news in good time.

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