6 November 2018 > 31 May 2019
I Postgraduate Course on Insurance Law


Professor Pedro Romano Martinez

Professor José Alves de Brito



Registration fee: € 50 (non-refundable)

Tuition fees: € 2.000 (students may choose between full payment or 4 installments payments)

Single modules: € 120 per module  

Single sessions: € 50 per session



10% for lawyers, trainee-lawyers and former FDUL students (less than 2 years)

20% for members of the Young Portuguese Lawyers National Association (AEM) and associates of APS

50 % for FDUL masters students and for FDUL final year students

35% for CIDP for students attending more than on CIDP postgraduate course, present or former academic year

35 % for CIDP postgraduation students enrolled in single sessions of other CIDP postgraduate courses


Final evaluation:

Work subject: should relate to one of the subjects taught.   

Maximum length: 30 pages (font Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing 1,5)

Deadline: 15 October 2019

Extended deadline: € 100 per month of extension

Delivery: a hard copy must be delivered at CIDP’s office and a pdf version must be sent to the email address [email protected]

Every working day, from 2 to 6 pm in the CIDP Office or by mail, to the following address:

Walter Rodrigues

Centro de Investigação de Direito Privado

Faculdade de Direito de Lisboa

Alameda da Universidade

Cidade Universitária

1640-014 Lisboa


Timely delivered papers are evaluated by a jury composed of two Professors / speakers. Papers are rated from 0 to 20 points and it will be communicated to the students by email. The authors of the best papers may be invited to publish them in publications organized by CIDP.


A Graduate Certificate is awarded at the end of the course after attendance of the course (attendance is required in 3/4 of the sessions) with positive evaluation; a Certificate of Attendance is awarded at the end of the course after attendance of the course (attendance is required in 2/3 of the sessions) without evaluation and after attendance of singles modules or sessions.



For more information please contact CIDP to the e-mail address [email protected] or at +351 915 575 169 (every working day from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm)