12 March > 2 July 2019
I Postgraduate Course on M&A and Corporate Litigation


Professor António Menezes Cordeiro

Professor Luís Menezes Leitão

Professor Januário da Costa Gomes

Professor Maria de Lurdes Pereira

Professor Catarina Monteiro Pires



Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, with coffee break



  • Registration fee: €50 (non-refundable)
  • Tuition fees: €1200
  • Students can choose for full payment or to pay by 3 instalments
    Single modules: Module I (€700), Module II (€500)
  • Single sessions: €40 each to the limit of places in the respective classroom



  • 10% for lawyers, trainee-lawyers and former students, from less than 2 years, from FDUL
  • 20% for members of the National Association of Young Portuguese Lawyers (ANJAP)
  • 50% for FDUL master students and for FDUL final year students
  • 35% for students attending more than one CIDP postgraduate course, in the present or former academic year
  • 35% for CIDP post-graduation students enrolled in single sessions of other CIDP postgraduate courses
  • Special discounts for more than five enrolled students in CIDP postgraduate courses





the students must present, at the end of the course, a paper on a subject of their choice, provided that it relates to one of the subjects taught



30 pages (font Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing of 1.5).



15th October of 2019


EXTENDED DEADLINE€ 100 for each month of extension


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 3/4 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)