Civil Law is the basis of legal science. It is the only course taught for eight semesters, which allows students to obtain a Bachelor of Laws degree. The General Theory of Rights is taught during the second semester. The syllabus comprises the following topics:
• Definition of Rights;
• Types of Rights (political/civic rights - non-political rights: human rights; private rights: family rights, personal rights, chattels real, intellectual property);
• Elements of Rights (person - object - protection);
• Sources of Rights (juristic fact - juristic act).
Prerequisite: LAW 201. This lecture is supported by a workshop that helps the students to understand the course.