Structure Let us give you some information about the Organisation of the Law School. Inner structure of the Law School The decision-making body of the Law School is the committee which comprises the full professors and assistant professors, representatives of the junior faculty and the student body. It selects a Dean to serve for a two-year period. Course structure The Law School offers three courses of study: Law, Law and Economics and an English speaking Master of International Law. Each course of study is managed by a professor of the Law School who acts as the programme director. They are supported by two administrative directors. Teaching and research The Law School comprises currently thirteen chairs and eight junior faculty posts. The courses are enriched by the commitment of numerous teaching staff and various guest professors. The Law School furthermore comprises three Institutes, two Research Institutes and one Competence Centre. The Institutes operate largely autonomously for economic, administrative and organizational purposes, yet work closely with the Law School in terms of personnel.