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Europe is home to some of the most prestigious universities and law programs in the world. There are many high quality educational institutions and LLM Europe programs where students can benefit from top-notch education facilitated by distinguished faculties. Students can benefit from the international student body of LLM Europe programs, as well as have access to a vast network throughout Europe.

Some popular areas of study for and LLM Europe are public international law, international business law, international tax law, international criminal law, international labor law, and EU law. LLM Europe programs usually take two years to complete and the curriculum consists of challenging coursework, lectures, seminars, internship, and a thesis. For students that need more flexibility, there are also part-time and distance learning options for LLM Europe degrees.

Scroll through the many options below to find the perfect LLM Europe program that will help you to reach your personal and professional goals!

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Executive Master of European and International Business Law E.M.B.L.-HSG

Executive M.B.L.HSG, University of St. Gallen
Online & Campus Combined Part time 18 months Open Enrollment Switzerland St.Gallen USA Cambridge New York Zurich Germany Frankfurt am Main Belgium Brussels Austin China Shanghai Japan Tokyo Luxembourg + 14 more

– Strong generalist knowledge and skills in European and international business law – Nine modules within 18 months in Europe, the United States and Asia – Continue working throughout the entire program – Truly international – In English – For lawyers and non-lawyers - 20 years of experience – Academic title of “Executive Master of European and International Business Law E.M.B.L.-HSG” [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. - Strong generalist knowledge and skills in European and international business law - Nine modules within 18 months in Europe, the United States and Asia - Continue working throughout the entire program - Truly international - In English - For lawyers and non-lawyers - Academic title ‹Executive Master of European and International Business Law E.M.B.L.-HSG› The Executive M.B.L.-HSG - recently listed among the most innovative law programs by the Financial Times - is built upon the concept of a flying classroom and a global faculty. In nine attendance modules, leading experts from three continents will provide you with theoretical and practical knowledge directly applicable in your professional working life. Module 1 - St.Gallen Introduction to European & International Business Law Module 2 - Zurich Finance Module 3 – Frankfurt a. M. Mergers & Acquisitions Module 4 - Luxembourg Litigation & Lobbying Module 5 - Brussels Competition Law Module 6 - New York International Taxation Module 7 - Shanghai Law & Business in China Module 8 - Tokyo Law & Business in Japan Module 9 - Austin Energy & IT Law Supplementary Module - Harvard Negotiation For their master theses, candidates analyze a current problem in European or international business law. Topics are proposed by the faculty, or students may choose their own. More information and online application at www.mbl.unisg.ch Program start date Next year's course starts on 12 June 2017. However, as flexibility is one of our advantages, it is possible to start the course with whichever module suits your needs. It is also possible to join in a course which is already in progress. Application deadline The deadline for applications is 31 May 2017. Tuition The fee for tuition is CHF 38.500.–. If your application is submitted by 28 February 2017, you will receive a tuition fee discount of CHF 1.500.–. [-]

Master's Programme in International Law

University of St.Gallen (HSG), School of Management, Economics, Law, Social Sciences and International Affairs
Campus Full time 18 months February 2017 Switzerland St.Gallen

The shifting balance between the state and the economy has given rise to new challenges at the intersections of law, business and government. Addressing these issues calls for professionals who understand their complexity and have the necessary legal skills and management capacities. [+]

The MIL offers students enormous latitude and flexibility in choosing courses from the programme’s rich and diverse curriculum to put together a degree course that meets their professional objectives and personal preferences. A distinctive feature of the MIL curriculum is the carefully arranged combination of compulsory courses and electives. Three compulsory courses ensure that students will acquire a sound general understanding of the normative and analytical framework of international law. At the same time, a wide range of electives enables them to specialise in selected topics and, if they so wish, to complement their legal education with courses from related areas such as management studies or political science. Blending law, management and politics MIL courses allow for a great diversity of subjects, among them international and European business law, financial and capital markets law, dispute resolution, international organizations and politics and legal profession. Students may also elect courses from related areas such as management studies and political science. They are invited to take part in international Moots and similar practical work. They benefit from numerous exchange schemes and partnership programmes. Variety of academic backgrounds Some MIL students will have earned their first degree in law or law and economics, others in fields such as international affairs, management, and economics. They all have a basic legal education. Given its specialized focus, the MIL differs from standard legal programmes intended for students that want to take the bar exam and work as attorneys in their national jurisdictions. Some law graduates might think about pursuing an international career after graduating with the MLaw or MLE. They may find that the MIL is just the right programme for them.... [-]

International Tax Law (LLM)

WU Executive Academy - Vienna University of Economics and Business
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years October 2017 Austria Vienna + 1 more

The postgraduate program in International Tax Law, as the name suggests, aims to provide postgraduate education in the area of international tax law focusing on significant national tax law regimes and related areas, in particular business administration. A unique, worldwide, and specialized postgraduate degree program in international tax law [+]

International Tax Law (LLM)

 

The Postgraduate Program in International Tax Law, as the name suggests, aims to provide postgraduate education in the area of international tax law focusing on significant national tax law regimes and related areas, in particular business administration. Graduates should be in a position to skillfully apply international tax law in professional corporate, consulting and administrative environments.The Rector of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration will confer the degree of "Master of Laws” (LL.M.) on graduates of the postgraduate program in accordance with the terms of the University Studies Act.The partnership with the Academy of Public Accountants guarantees a very efficient management of the program.... [-]


Master International Maritime Law and Logistics

Kühne Logistics University - KLU
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Malta Valletta Germany Hamburg + 2 more

<p>This degree will qualify you to master groundbreaking logistics challenges and legal issues. Learn to navigate through the new laws that govern the sea and maritime operations. They are designed to protect the environment and maintain human rights in the societies and communities involved. Acquire experience in analyzing the legal issues that arise at sea and along the world’s coastlines. Find out how to organize logistics operations based on your knowledge of the legal issues. You will have the skill set necessary for assessing the financial implications of legal decisions in logistics. And you will experience how this fast-paced field has become a building [+]

Check out this brand new Master of Science, that the IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) in Malta will launch in October 2016 in cooperation with Kühne Logistics University (KLU) in Hamburg!

This degree will qualify you to master groundbreaking logistics challenges and legal issues. Learn to navigate through the new laws that govern the sea and maritime operations. They are designed to protect the environment and maintain human rights in the societies and communities involved. Acquire experience in analyzing the legal issues that arise at sea and along the world’s coastlines. Find out how to organize logistics operations based on your knowledge of the legal issues. You will have the skill set necessary for assessing the financial implications of legal decisions in logistics. And you will experience how this fast-paced field has become a building block of modern society.... [-]


LL.M. in European and Transglobal Business Law

University of Minho - Law School
Campus Full time October 2017 Portugal Braga

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. [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. 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. Admission: Title-holders of a degree in Law, Economics, Management, International Relations or legal equivalent. Number of Vacancies: Minimum – 12 Maximum – 20 [-]

LLB (Hons) Law including Foundation Year (4 Year)

London School Of Business And Management (LSBM)
Campus Full time 4 years January 2017 United Kingdom Bloomsbury

This degree is clearly a natural choice for applicants considering a career as a solicitor, barrister, chartered legal executive or paralegal. [+]

This degree is clearly a natural choice for applicants considering a career as a solicitor, barrister, chartered legal executive or paralegal. Our Law graduates will hone a number of invaluable employability skills, such as: intellectual independence; reflective self-management; awareness of principles and values of law, justice and ethics; an understanding of legal theories that can be applied globally; problem-solving; excellent written and oral communication. Therefore there is a diverse array of employment opportunities for Law graduates in areas such as education, journalism, public relations, business and enterprise, or across the public sector. Professional Body recognition The course is recognised by the legal professional bodies as a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) exempting graduates from the Academic Stage of Training for students seeking to qualify as a solicitor or barrister of England and Wales. Students who complete the Civil Litigation and Client Care module, plus one of the other four practice-based modules, are eligible for admission as a Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx). This opportunity saves graduates one year of additional study. With CILEx Graduate Member status, our students will be able to use the designatory letters: GCILEx (therefore they would be LLB (Hons), GCILEx). Upon graduation our students who opt for CILEx Graduate Member status could immediately work in a law firm in roles such as a Trainee CILEx Lawyer, Paralegal or Legal Clerk. After completing 3 years of qualifying employment in a law firm, they will be admitted as a Fellow of CILEx (FCILEx) and a Chartered Legal Executive. Fellows can represent clients in court if they qualify as a Chartered Legal Executive Advocate. They can also dual qualify as a Solicitor, without having to complete a two-year training contract. Our LLB is one of only a handful in England and Wales which provides students with this option. Usually membership takes an additional year of study. So our LLB students who decide to pursue a career as a chartered legal executive can benefit from this very unique advantage! Key information We have both September and January start dates for this course. There are two semesters each year. Students complete 2 x 30 credit modules each semester, enabling students to concentrate on fewer modules at a time. Modules are assessed in different ways, e.g. essays, problem questions, case studies, reports, moots, presentations and examinations. Fees Fees for 2016-17 UK/EU: £6,000 per year, equating to a total of £24,000 over the 4 years’ duration of the course. Fees for 2017-18 UK/EU: £6,150 per year, equating to a total of £24,600 over the 4 years’ duration of the course. Entry requirements Applicants normally require 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above, or equivalent Level 2 qualifications, including English Language. Note: From 2017, English and Maths GCSEs will be graded from 9 to 1, rather than A* to G. All other GCSE subjects will follow with the new grading system in 2019. A current grade 'C' in the new system will be considered to be a '4'. Click here for a quick explanation of the new GCSE grading system from our blog. Applicants must have completed Year 11 (Key Stage 4) Secondary School, or equivalent, at least 2 years prior to the start of the course. Applicants for whom English is a second language require IELTS at 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in each category). [-]

LLM Entertainment Law

University of Westminster - Westminster Law School
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The Entertainment Law LLM combines academic analysis with the commercial practice elements of entertainment law. Entertainment is one area which we can all associate with in some shape or form, and the interaction of this exciting subject with the law produces an interesting and eclectic mix. [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. The Entertainment Law LLM combines academic analysis with the commercial practice elements of entertainment law. Entertainment is one area which we can all associate with in some shape or form, and the interaction of this exciting subject with the law produces an interesting and eclectic mix. The diverse nature of entertainment law will enable you to follow a number of specialisms, all of which are underpinned by the issues of contract and intellectual property. The course will suit graduates from a law background, or those from a non-law background who have significant relevant experience. It will give you the opportunity to explore new ideas, thoughts and academic experiences within a supportive environment. Course content The course aims to develop your understanding of how key fields within the entertainment industries operate, to assess the impact of the law upon them, and give you the practical skills necessary to succeed in a career in entertainment and media law. Core modules Dissertation Or Project In Entertainment Law The dissertation module allows you to extend your research into a topic of your choice within the broad field of entertainment law. You will need to agree the topic with the module leader, and it must not replicate materials covered in other areas of your coursework. The project module enables you to independently explore, research and analyse a given topic or question. It will draw from the area of entertainment law and will be of an applied nature. Entertainment Contracts You will cover the formation and content of a number of relationships within the entertainment industries. Focusing on contract and contractual theory as well as the broader context of relationships within entertainment, you will examine the negotiation process involved in music business, sports contracts and other media contracts. You will also study the role of professional organisations in the development of contractual term, and analyse deficiencies in contractual bargaining and term formation that have led to legal intervention. Intellectual Property In The Entertainment Business You will study the protection provided to creative works by intellectual property (IP) law within a framework of theoretical and economic justifications for IP rights. You will also examine legal issues in the context of the entertainment business, such as substantive protection, control, exploitation, creation and proliferation, balance and enforcement. Other areas covered include authors, copyright, directors, internet, overview of trademarks (registered and unregistered), owners, performers, privacy, media, musicians, the control of ideas, and the law of confidence. Research Theory and Practice This module introduces you to the general concepts of legal and social scientific (empirical) methods of research, and gives you a deeper understanding of the principles of advanced research. It will enable you to consider the relevance of these methods for the study of law, as well as giving you an understanding of the legal, social scientific and philosophical debates on methodology. It will also enable you to evaluate your own work and that of other researchers. Course-specific entry requirements You should hold an Honours degree (Upper or Lower Second Class Honours degree) with average of 55 per cent or above in Law, or a degree with a skill profile which shows an aptitude for legal study. However, we will consider mature applicants without standard qualifications who have significant professional experience in the relevant field. This course had been successfully completed by a wide range of non-law graduates. If Law is not the subject of your first degree, evidence of Law-based modules or relevant experience should be supplied. If your first language is not English, you will need an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. The University offers pre-sessional summer programmes if you need to improve your English before starting your course. Associated careers As an entertainment law graduate you will be able to develop a career in a whole range of professions within the entertainment industry. Perhaps the most popular of these are roles in sports, music, and media and communications law. The subject gives a modern edge to traditional law subjects and is well respected by employers. [-]

MasterCard Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Essen Nürnberg Munich Cologne Hamburg Frankfurt am Main Berlin Region Bonn Stuttgart + 8 more

The focus of the master's degree program Mergers & Acquisitions deepening your know-how is available as M & A specialist. Special support you learn amongst other things during the roundtable "Finance". [+]

FOM University - Master Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions

Degree: Master of Laws (LL.M.) In this Master's program, you will acquire the example of Mergers & Acquisitions processes comprehensive economics and legal expertise to complex business tasks - to the integration and / or restructuring of companies - to manage or to accompany in an advisory capacity. The marked interdisciplinary your course of study shows this is not solely in the curriculum - so take the courses both on economic as well as legal scholars. The joint discourse serves to broaden the specialist horizons and to get new ideas for their own development. Provide regular events of the FOM, which include experts will be invited from the business, you another opportunity to exchange ideas and network. So z. B. the "SME Forum taxes, law and vote," a series of FOM and the auditing and tax consultancy firm RWP. You complete your studies with the title Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree program in Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions.... [-]


Master Of Law (llm)

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 2 more

The program allows for specialization in the subject of the Law on the theoretical and practical level. A postgraduate education at degree holders legal or related qualification and individuals who aim to work on subjects related to the legal science (Law profession, judiciary, solicitors, companies and private organizations, Public Service, Semi-Government Organisations, Local Government ( Municipalities and Communities), Public Organizations and Agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations, diplomatic corps). The aim is to further develop and increase the level of knowledge, skills and abilities of people who will attend this program. [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. Duration (years): 1.5 years Qualification Awarded: Law (LLM, 1.5 years or 3 semesters) Level of Qualification: 2nd Cycle (Masters') Language of Instruction: Greek / English Mode of Study: Full / part-time attendance Minimum Credits: 27 Minimum ECTS Credits: 90 Profile of the Programme: General goals: The program allows for specialization in the subject of the Law on the theoretical and practical level. A postgraduate education at degree holders legal or related qualification and individuals who aim to work on subjects related to the legal science (Law profession, judiciary, solicitors, companies and private organizations, Public Service, Semi-Government Organisations, Local Government ( Municipalities and Communities), Public Organizations and Agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations, diplomatic corps). The aim is to further develop and increase the level of knowledge, skills and abilities of people who will attend this program. Emphasis is given to deepening in specialized areas of legal science who have important theoretical and practical significance and understanding of legal in a competitive European environment as it has developed in the European Union. This demonstrates the nature and function of the state of law through the admixture and the alliloepireasmo with European law, details the way in which the law is interpreted and applied in practice, particularly study both the theoretical aspects and disputes, and the production practical and applied knowledge in dealing with the current problems and challenges. Specific Objectives: Special aim of the Postgraduate Program in Law arises to improve the ability of understanding and application of specialized legal aspects of the practitioners of law in any industry if they are two basic parameters that contribute to the development of competitiveness in this area. Specific objective of the Programme is also the understanding of the challenges presented by the involvement of a Member State in the EU and in European law, as well as the challenges in the existing legislation at European and international perivaallon or in the field of trade and entrepreneurship, either on human rights and social justice. The Program prepares lawyers to address these challenges effectively. Students will have the opportunity to not elaborate on research and modeling and practice of law at both general and specific level. The program is structured in such a way that enables students to specialize in areas of particular interest, having a background knowledge and experience in legal science. Career Prospects: The program is aimed at graduates existing legal or related degree who seek to acquire additional qualifications that will help them in employment or better performance in a law office, a company, the public, banking, private or semi tomea.I development of knowledge Field of Law at postgraduate level and university level research will provide new opportunities for people who serve in this area and will improve the level of knowledge and management issues related to the sector Access to Further Studies: Graduates of this program will be able to pursue further studies in the field of knowledge of the Law at the doctoral level. [-]

Master of Laws

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Australia North Ryde

The Master of Laws is designed to meet the needs of lawyers working in the area of environmental law or international law (or who wish to do so), as well as... [+]

Master of Laws

The Master of Laws is designed to meet the needs of lawyers working in the area of environmental law or international law (or who wish to do so), as well as for those seeking to extend their understanding of issues in environmental regulation.

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Builds your conceptual understanding and practical skills across a range of areas of environmental law, international environment law and international law Enables you to work with innovative researchers in the Centre for Legal Governance as well as the Centre for International and Environmental Law Gives you an interdisciplinary perspective, which is enhanced by students and staff from diverse backgrounds ... [-]

LLM - International Human Rights Law and Protection of Enviroment

Charles University Faculty of Law
Campus Full time 18 months October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

This LL.M. study programme focuses on international human rights law and protection of environment, and offers an interdisciplinary approach to these two fields, which are closely connected in international theory and practice. [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. This LL.M. study programme focuses on international human rights law and protection of environment, and offers an interdisciplinary approach to these two fields, which are closely connected in international theory and practice. International human rights and liberties protection as well as international and national protection of environment are marked by a very dynamic development. Both of these fields have become the key agendas of international organisations. The connection of these two fields is evidenced by, among other things, the creation of a new international magazine called Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, which was started in 2010 by the renowned publishing house, Edward Edgar Publishing. This project caused a remarkable response in the academic field throughout the world. The current concept of the LL.M. programme, which connects the protection of human rights and environmental law, corresponds unambiguously to modern trends and will definitely be able to attract many applicants who realize the connection of these two subjects. A thorough study of both of these fields resulting in understanding of their mutual relationship offers a very practical and necessary orientation to this domain for future employees of public administration, international governmental and non-governmental organisations, legal offices and to a certain extent also private companies, which are involved in global and regional economic activities. The interdisciplinary approach is based on a combination of studies of different legal branches. First of all, there is International Law, European law and Environmental Law. Besides that it is necessary to study complex aspects of national law (especially Constitutional Law and Administrative Law) and legal history, because international and regional models of human rights protection and environmental protection must be understood within the concept of their historical evolution of international and supra-national integration. A necessary condition to successfully complete the study programme is a very good understanding of issues of contemporary International Law. Since the relevant legislation protecting human rights and environment is built in large part on international agreements, special attention will be devoted to law of international treaties, including practical training of preparation of contracts and other international documents at international conferences and at the level of international organisations. Also, understanding the current monitoring processes at the international level and follow-up questions concerning liability and enforcement mechanisms assumes a very good knowledge of both theory and practice of International Law. The central part of the programme is a course focused on the foundations of supra-national integration. Students of the course will extensively explore different models of European integration, along with the current structure of European law, and the gradual integration of the protection of fundamental rights and protection of environment in the Community agenda. Mandatory and optional courses of the LL.M. programme are devoted to various issues of international protection of human rights and Environmental Law. The aim of the compulsory course called Introduction to International Human Rights Law is to provide an overview of the universal mechanisms as how to protect human rights. Main attention will be paid to the structure and functioning of the relevant instruments of the United Nations, which are based both on the founding Charter of the organisation and also on specific international conventions on the protection of human rights. Also, non-European regional systems of human rights will be briefly introduced in this obligatory course, especially in the context of cultural differences and global debate on the universal and regional standards of protection. The content of another compulsory course, The European System of Human Rights Protection, is a detailed study of European mechanisms in the field of protection of human rights. Besides the functioning of individual systems (Council of Europe, European Union, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), another topic will be the relationship of individual systems and the possible conflicts between different standards of protection. A key part of the course is the study of selected cases of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice. Two obligatory courses are targeted on the issue of environmental protection: one is concentrated on International and European law and environmental policy and is named International and European Environmental Law and Policy, while the other is Czech Environmental Law. As for optional courses, programme participants should take into account whether the topic of their Diploma thesis would be the international protection of human rights or Environmental Law. Courses on international and European anti-discrimination law and migration law present a very dynamic issue to the participants of the LL.M. programme. The course on the theory of human rights is focused on the conceptual grasp of the current protection of human rights at the international and national level in the light of philosophical and sociological reflection. The range of optional subjects enables flexible integration of external teachers, and also teachers from abroad. Some of the courses can be established in the form of an intensive training in one week. Students are required to complete 5 mandatory courses (each for 8 credits). Moreover they are obliged to choose and complete at least 4 optional courses (each for 5 credits). In the third semester students are expected to attend a Dissertation Seminar (5 credits), complete a dissertation work under the supervision of a tutor and defend it before a committee (25 credits). Mandatory courses Winter Semester: Theory and Practice of Public International Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc. International and European Environmental Law and Policy, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Milan Damohorský, DrSc. Introduction to International Human Rights Law, responsible supervisor: Doc. Mag. phil. Dr. iur. Harald Christian Scheu, Ph.D. Summer Semester: The European System of Human Rights Protection, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Mahulena Hofmannová, CSc. Czech Environmental Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Milan Damohorský, DrSc. Optional courses Winter Semester: Development of Supranational Integration and European Law, responsible supervisor: Prof. JUDr. Jan Kuklík, DrSc. EU Law - General Introductory Course, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. Richard Král, Ph.D., LL.M. (Mandatory for students from non-EU countries whocannot prove previous sufficient background in EU Law) Selected Topics from the Theory of Human Rights, responsible supervisor: Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Veronika Bílková, Ph. D., E.M.A. Human Rights and Environmental Protection, responsible supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Geistlinger (Universität Salzburg) Summer Semester: Protection of Fundamental Rights from Perspective of Czech and European Constitutionalism, responsible supervisors: JUDr. Jan Kudrna, Ph.D. and JUDr. Ing. Jiří Zemánek, CSc. International and European Migration Law, responsible supervisor: JUDr. Věra Honusková, Ph.D. The International Protection of Minorities, responsible supervisor: Doc. Mag. phil. Dr. iur. Harald Christian Scheu, Ph.D. Economic Tools of Environmental Law in Austria and in the European Union, responsible supervisor: Univ.Prof. Mag Dr. Erika Wagner (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz) [-]

International Economic And Company Law

SRH University Heidelberg
Campus Full time 24 months October 2017 Germany Heidelberg

The master's program "International Economic and Business Law", based on quite scientifically-oriented bachelor's and diploma courses, is the next stage in the legal study program and SRH essential component of professional career. [+]

The Master program is designed interdisciplinary and combines legal with business know-how. The various aspects of international business law and international management are closely linked by the students edit legal issues against the background of entrepreneurial activity and penetrate. The legal focus is the penetration of the European Economic law and foreign legal systems, in particular the Chinese business law and intellectual property law in China.

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LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution

Danube University Krems Faculty of Business and Globalization
Campus Full time 2 semesters October 2017 Austria Krems

The LL.M. Program in International Dispute Resolution was designed to explore new and innovative avenues in the area of dispute resolution and to provide a profound knowledge and skills for a successful career in the exciting field [+]

Best Law Studies in Europe 2017. The LL.M. Program in International Dispute Resolution was designed to explore new and innovative avenues in the area of dispute resolution and to provide a profound knowledge and skills for a successful career in the exciting field of international dispute resolution. Emphasis is put on arbitration in the CEE region. The Department for Business Law and European Integration developed a program, which offers students the opportunity to explore in detail various means for resolving international disputes in an efficient way. The core areas of international commercial arbitration, international commercial litigation, international business mediation, and negotiation are complemented with course modules on international investment disputes and other special topics. These course modules include conflict management as well as practice-oriented exercises such as stakeholder disputes and litigation PR, which shall provide our graduates with the necessary practical knowledge and techniques to achieve the best possible outcome for their international clients. This program is supported by the international arbitration law firm Konrad & Partners. Target Group - Law graduates and practitioners interested in International Dispute Resolution as well as lawyers in training, business lawyers and attorneys, legal counsel and consultants Alumni Networking The alumni networking of the Department for Business Law and European Integration encourages and facilitates the benefits of personal contact and exchange of professional experience between graduates, lecturers and university. Admission requirements - First degree in law, or a degree with a substantial law content (exceptions are assessed on a case-by-case basis) - Fluency in English - Successful admission interview [-]

LL.M. International Litigation and Arbitration

University Of Zurich - Faculty of Law
Campus Part time 4 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Zurich

Since 20 years the LL.M. International Litigation and Arbitration offers a unique and valuable further education for lawyers taking into account the complex legal needs of the global economy wishing to pursue advanced studies. With over 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law at the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. [+]

Since 20 years the LL.M. International Litigation and Arbitration offers a unique and valuable further education for lawyers taking into account the complex legal needs of the global economy wishing to pursue advanced studies. With over 200 years of experience the Faculty of Law at the University of Zurich is known worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and its legal education programs. The school’s location, Zurich is the economic capital and most vibrant city of Switzerland and is situated in the heart of Europe allowing students to easily discover the European countries and explore Switzerland’s stunning nature. The ongoing demand and positive feedback from program graduates reflect the attractiveness and practical applicability of this graduate program. The specially designed LL.M. program will entail a highly challenging, practice-related work study program. An international team of lecturers ensures that course subject matter is not limited to national issues, but encompasses a growing body of international business law. Academic modules conducted in the USA, as well as in China and Geneva, contribute to the international nature of the program. The program Among the strength that graduate students find at the University of Zurich are the opportunity to pursue a broad course of study, and the possibility to explore their areas of interest in the Specialization Courses. Students will profit from our LL.M. program specially designed and developed for lawyers working in an international field. The program includes a General Course and a Specialization Courses, comprising approximately 420 lectures. The program is completed with the submission of a thesis. The General Course lectures build the foundation for the subsequent Specialization Course. After an introduction to the economic and legal foundations of the international economy and important foreign areas of law, the emphasis shifts to European and international business (e.g., EU Common Market, Competition Law, WTO, Corporate Law, Tax and Corporate Criminal Law). The International Litigation and Arbitration Course treats procedural issues in international economic affairs. The first part focuses on the international jurisdiction of state courts, recognition and enforcement cover foreign decisions and intergovernmental legal assistance. It is also about aspects of process management and extrajudicial settlement of disputes, including cooperation with law firms abroad. The Arbitration module focuses on the key aspects of international arbitration. Besides the question of whether and which arbitration courts are to be agreed, are writing arbitration clauses, the implementation of arbitration, the possible review of arbitral awards and the recognition and enforcement of award in the foreground. The module rounds up with a Moot Court. Module 1: International Litigation Module 2: International Arbitration Students who are interested in only taking the Specialization Course can be awarded a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS). Summary of key points: 4 Semester in German (and English), classes take part Friday in the afternoons and Saturday in the mornings Degree: LL.M. International Litigation and Arbitration Application form: www.LLM.uzh.ch Application deadline: Please check our website Application and Eligibility The following requirements must be met for admission to the program of study: Degree in Law at a Master’s level (exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis) Professional experience Good verbal and written knowledge of the teaching languages (German and English) Costs CHF 32,800.– Included in tuition costs are the costs for course materials, examination fees as well as all intensive weekends and certain additional events. Not included are costs for excursions, additional literature and living costs. [-]

MA International Maritime Policy

University of Greenwich
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

this MA International Maritime Policy in particularly aimed at maritime professionals, in both sea and shore-based, seeking to develop an in depth understanding of current .... [+]

MA International Maritime Policy

 

Maritime Policy may be broadly defined as the area of private and public policy concerned with: the economics of maritime transport, ports and terminals; national and international regulation; maritime security and defence; maritime labour; with oceanic law, policy and management; oceanic and coastal zone environmental protection.

 

International and interdisciplinary in approach, this MA in particularly aimed at maritime professionals, in both sea and shore-based, seeking to develop an in depth understanding of current issues and future developments; at public policy professionals looking to acquire maritime experience; and at graduates in maritime studies and public policy areas requiring further specialisation and postgraduate qualifications.... [-]