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LL.M. Theses

See page 25 of the Guide to the Law Department

The deadline for submission of the final version of the LL.M. thesis is normally 1 October of the year following admission to the EUI. The final version of the LL.M. thesis should be submitted to the supervisor's administrative assistant as one single PDF file.

The EUI print-shop will print and bind 8 copies of the thesis (3 for the readers, 3 for the researcher and 2 for the Library after the degree is awarded) at the EUI's expense.

The LL.M. thesis may be written in any language agreed with the supervisor. If language correction of the thesis is required, see the Guidelines for Thesis Correction.

All LL.M. theses should be of approximately 30,000 words including footnotes, unless specified otherwise by the supervisor. They should be presented in a perfect academic format and the EUI template for the cover page must be used. Please also see the Guidelines for thesis formatting.

Researchers are encouraged to publish the thesis electronically in the EUI repository by submitting the text to [email protected]

Page last updated on 22 August 2018