There are two institutes (research groups) within the Faculty:
- Institute for Management of Real Estate
- Legal Research Institute
The Institute for Management of Real Estate has been registered in the Slovenian Research Agency Evidence of Research Organizations in 2007, the Legal Research Institute has been registered in 2018.
Institute for Management of Real Estate
The institute for Management of Real Estate on the European Faculty of Law is the first trans-disciplinary institution in Slovenia for real estate research. The institute wants to contribute to development of the science of interdisciplinary field of real estate with its legal, economic, technical, social and organizational characteristics.
The Institute for Management of Real Estate conducts research and development activities in the form of programs and projects focused on basic and applied research. The institute plans industrial research in the future.
Basic research is mostly carried out in the areas of ownership relations within individual countries of the European Union; development and the effects of the real estate market in Slovenia and Europe; real estate issues regarding spatial and environmental development of the countries and the European Union; and prosperity, development of society and national identity.
Applied research covers: international law part of the European Real Estate law; institutional aspects of the European law concerning spatial and environmental aspects; property rights law; European financial and real estate law; social psychology of the real estate issues; and the development of real estate management.
Legal Research Institute
The Institute connects together the researchers that are active at the European Faculty of Law, New university, and are involved in scientific research in the field of law. The fields of law are not restricted and cover all the legal branches, legal sciences and disciplines. Within the Institute, there is a research group registered with the ARRS.
Researchers, who are working at the Institute, are applying or participating in a variety of native foundational and applied research projects. They also lead or participate in foreign, mainly European (EU), research projects. Researchers publish their research findings in domestic and foreign scientific journals.