Welcome to Roma Tre Law Faculty
The Roma Tre Law Faculty was established in 1996. The mission of the Faculty is to offer a greater selection for students interested in obtaining a degree in law. Differently from what is the general tendency in other Italian law faculties admission to Roma Tre has been selective from the start. The selection process is carried out by entry examination (at present the maximum number of students admitted is 1200), from an average of 1800 applicants per year.
Most of its 5000  students come from Rome, but around 20% come from other provinces and regions.
The Faculty is composed of nearly 50 full and associated tenured professors, and nearly 40 lecturers.
The Dean of the Faculty is Paolo Benvenuti, professor of International Law; Vice-Dean Giuseppe Grisi, professor of Private Law. Within the Faculty there are, presently, three Departments: European Law ( Director Antonietta Di Blase, professor of Private International Law); Department of Economic Law (Director Vincenzo Mannino, professor of Roman Law); Department of History and General Theory (Director Emanuele Conte, professor of History of Law).
International relations
The Roma Tre Law Faculty is deeply committed to internationalisation and international relations.
Erasmus programme
Each year, the faculty receives from abroad and sends abroad approximately 90 students through the Erasmus programme. Presently, students from over twenty universities throughout Europe are enrolled in the Faculty.
Dual degree programmes
The Roma Tre Law Faculty offers to its students three bi-national/bi-lingual law degree programmes:
-          Master Recherche with the University of Poitiers (France) Law Faculty
-          Grado en Derecho with the University of Murcia (Spain) Law Faculty
-          JD  with the Shepard Broad Law Center of Nova Southeastern University (Florida)
Semester abroad programmes
Roma Tre students may also choose among a vast array of semester abroad programmes outside the EU, mostly in North-America (Université de Montréal; Cardozo Law School at New York; University of Washington) and in numerous Latin-American countries.
Ph.D. Programmes
Annexed to the Faculty is the International Doctoral School “Tullio Ascarelli” which is strongly connected with other European and Latin American universities.
Programmes and courses in foreign languages
All law students must reach proficiency (at a B1 level) in a EU language different from Italian and must follow a course in foreign legal language. Roma Tre offers courses in Legal English and in Legal German.
The Law Faculty also offers courses in French (Droit français des contrats) and in Spanish (Derecho ibero-americano), and a comprehensive programme entirely in English for  4th and 5th year students. In the next academic year  12 courses and a number of seminars will be offered within the “Studying Law at Roma Tre” programme, from Anglo-American Company Law to Public Finance and Regulation, from many aspects of EU law to International Humanitarian Law, from Private Comparative Law to Law & Humanities, from International Business Law to Law & Economics, from International Arbitration to Protection of Cultural Heritage.