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Structure and characteristics of final papers

The student’s work is carried out in close connection with the partner and the supervising professor.

The final paper envisaged by the PW program can consist of:

a) selected or annotated list of references;

b) case history or document selection;

c) comparative analysis;

d) data collection for a feasibility study;

e) collection and/or analysis of case law;

f) synthesis of documents;

g) collection and/or analysis of good practices;

h) other, to be agree on.

The final paper drafted by students should be around 4.000 words long. The PW is worth 3 CFU, corresponding to 75 hours of workload.



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