The Master's Degree course in Procedural Law and Citizenship has a concentration area named Civil Procedural Law, with two lines of research:
Constitutional Jurisdiction and Fundamental Rights
This line has the purpose of analyzing the construction and maintenance of citizenship, under an individualized and a collective aspect, within the Procedural Law Sciences context. Therefore, themes such as the effectivity of fundamental rights, the ideology of the State and legal process, Human Rights, social inclusion, protection of minorities and bioethics are used as pedagogical support for the research projects in this line.
The purpose of this line of research is to analyze the agreement relationship and its interaction with the Civil Process. Therefore, it involves issues such as the interaction of business relationship with the constitutional right, its jurisdictional protection, the effectivity of the obligations and the jurisdictional tutelage of collective and diffuse rights in the contractual dimension.