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Master´s in Tort Law
The University of Girona offers international students the possibility to obtain a Master´s degree in Tort Law. Please follow the link for further information: Master´s in Tort Law
Here you can find the Strategic Reflection of the Institute of European and Comparative Private Law 2010 (document in Catalan).
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