This master’s degree provides interdisciplinary training in legal thought and business principles. Students gain a solid theoretical and practical understanding of the following core subjects: global legal traditions and how legal systems evolve; law of the European Union; international taxation; contract, competition and corporate law; international economic law. In the spring term, students enrol in courses and seminars that interest them, covering such topics as law and investment in Brazil, Angola, India, and China; labour law, maritime law, and space law; intellectual property; law and investment in Latin America and Portuguese-speaking Africa.
Studying these areas through this LL.M. program opens career doors in business and law, for recent graduates as well as legal practitioners and firm managers.
Title-holders of a degree in Law, Economics, Management, International Relations or legal equivalent.
Number of Vacancies:
- Minimum – 12
- Maximum – 20
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Last updated December 2, 2015