JusGov’s main area of activity is Law, but the team and the approaches are interdisciplinary, with integrated researchers (IRs) with backgrounds in fields like Sociology, Psychology and Economics and frequent collaborations across disciplinary lines (e.g. with Computer Engineering and Health Sciences). As part of its advanced training strategy, JusGov aims to establish a vibrant community of undergraduate and graduate students (a School of Researchers), by welcoming and involving in the Centre’s research projects the most talented students enrolled at UM’s undergraduate program in Law and Criminology, Masters Program in Human Rights, EU Law, Judicial Law, Law and Informatics, Contracts and Company Law, Tax Law, and the Doctoral Program in Legal Sciences (Junior Researchers).

To be part of JusGov team you must complete the form available at the following link.