Within the framework of the admission procedure, a two-tiered selection process is conducted. Some of the university places are exclusively awarded according to the criterion ‘mark of the first state law examination’. You should have an honours degree to be able to qualify for a university place in this way.
Among the remaining applicants, further students are chosen independently of their examination result. The application documents are assessed according to the criterion ‘special qualifications within the field of legal informatics’. In this case, job activities (also along with studies), internships, legal clerkships, stays abroad, seminars and publications etc. are instrumental.
All qualifications need to be proven by means of reports which clearly identify their relation with legal informatics. In order to enable us to assess your qualifications by means of your application documents, please arrange them meaningfully and explain the reasons for your application in a Letter of Motivation.