The three levels of the curriculum are "concept", "project" and "practice".
On the concept level, candidates receive a broad introduction into the general topics of the CRC, as PhD-candidates cannot necessarily be expected to be fully qualified in specific law-and-literature research and topics. The concept level accompanies all candidates for the entire time of the PhD-program and includes obligatory classes as well as workshops and meetings within the CRC.
Candidates work together and connect with each other on the project level, which also allows room for the individuality of the projects. Classes on the concept level typically include graduate seminars with supervisors and other thematic assemblies within the CRC that are all accessible for the PhD-candidates.
The practice level offers the opportunity to work on the projects and other related publication activities as well as career-oriented workshops and conferences.