The Master in "Comparative Law, Economics and Finance" (CLEF) is a first level Master of the University of Torino and it offered since 2008.

Its students, coming from 77 countries in the various editions, are enabled to tackle a legal problem considering the economic and social context in which it arose with particular sensitivity and ability. Special attention is paid to the economic and anthropological aspects of the problems and to the international and comparative dimensions of the institutions.

Through an interactive teaching method, the clinic offers a first overview of the legal problems that migrants and refugees face in the City of Turin, with special regard to the legal framework of the European Union and the Council of Europe and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice and of the European Court of Human Rights, as they have a decisive influence on the Italian law and on the legal practice in the field of migration.