Aims and Objectives


The Mission of the program in Civil and Property Law (LLM) is to educate professionals and leaders in the core areas of private law of Kosovo and European Framework, that contribute to the advancement of rule of law, economic growth, and sustainable development through innovative processes, teaching, and research excellence for the benefit of people and community.


Intended learning outcomes of the study program are:


On successful completion of this programme students should be able to:


  1. Critically understand the key area of advanced private law, with focus on standards of Acquis of justice and the national measures to develop the private law.
  2. Critically review the substantive doctrine and interpretation of the legal regulations of Kosovo’s legislation on advanced private law, inheritance and family law, property law, competition law, industrial property, as well as critically review court decisions related to civil litigations.
  3. Compare the legal aspects of private law, inheritance and family law, competition law, intellectual property law, and arbitration of Kosovo with the European and modern world’s framework.
  4. Evaluate the primary and secondary sources of private, property, trade, and industrial property law.
  5. Develop creative responses to civil law, civil procedure, property, competition, obligations, and trade law aspects and improvement.
  6. Achieve highly specialized and advanced knowledge in obligations, trade, notary, cadastral, arbitration, and international Intellectual Property Law as well as legal research;
  7. Create a systematic understanding of the institutional structures and procedures in civil litigations, notary procedures, cadastral procedures, and proceeding before the Competition Authority.
  8. Manage teams in simulating civil litigations, contract formulation, and notary deeds formulations as well as in providing critical analysis of phenomena, trends, and reforms on the advanced private law and take responsibility to contribute to knowledge in the field of private law.
  9. Advance analytical and problem-solving skills in solving complex issues related to obligations and contracts, notary challenges, and inheritance and family law.
  10. Plan and carry out a research project in the areas of private law, civil, and property law;