Best Law Schools in Continental Europe?


Brainy Smu...

I will not use numbers for the list I am posting. Simply because, all of the unis in Continental Europe have their own greatness. My bias will be base on quality of life along with education. Also, if you want to get a full experience of what Europe has to offer, why not apply for EMLE (European Master in Law and Economics)?

Netherlands:
Leiden
Utrecht
Maastricht
Tilburg

Belgium:
Leuven
Louvain
Liege
Bruxelles
College of Europe
Ghent

Norway:
Oslo

Finland:
Helsinki

France:
Science Po
Assas
Sorbonne

Spain:
ESADE
IE

Italy:
Turin

Sweden:
Stockholm
Lund

Denmark:
Copenhagen

Luxembourg:
Luxembourg

Austria:
Vienna

Germany:
Heidelberg
Hamburg
ILF

Portugal:
Catholic

Switzerland:
Lausanne
Zurich
Bern
Geneva


Time and research will answer your own queries.

I will not use numbers for the list I am posting. Simply because, all of the unis in Continental Europe have their own greatness. My bias will be base on quality of life along with education. Also, if you want to get a full experience of what Europe has to offer, why not apply for EMLE (European Master in Law and Economics)?

Netherlands:
Leiden
Utrecht
Maastricht
Tilburg

Belgium:
Leuven
Louvain
Liege
Bruxelles
College of Europe
Ghent

Norway:
Oslo

Finland:
Helsinki

France:
Science Po
Assas
Sorbonne

Spain:
ESADE
IE

Italy:
Turin

Sweden:
Stockholm
Lund

Denmark:
Copenhagen

Luxembourg:
Luxembourg

Austria:
Vienna

Germany:
Heidelberg
Hamburg
ILF

Portugal:
Catholic

Switzerland:
Lausanne
Zurich
Bern
Geneva


Time and research will answer your own queries.
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Katharina

For European Law, check the Executive M.B.L.-program of the University of St. Gallen, it is an executive program though.

For European Law, check the Executive M.B.L.-program of the University of St. Gallen, it is an executive program though.
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Hello,

I would not recommend Spain. The level of teaching is not very high. UK is a good option if you have scholarship. Currently, i'm doing my LLM in Netherlands in Tilburg and believe me, i couldn't find better.
Utrecht and Leiden are not so good anymore. The problem is that they're well known for the history and tradition, but they do not offer the up to date programmes, what in my opinion is crucial if you wanna be a state-of-the-art lawyer.


I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?

<blockquote>Hello,

I would not recommend Spain. The level of teaching is not very high. UK is a good option if you have scholarship. Currently, i'm doing my LLM in Netherlands in Tilburg and believe me, i couldn't find better.
Utrecht and Leiden are not so good anymore. The problem is that they're well known for the history and tradition, but they do not offer the up to date programmes, what in my opinion is crucial if you wanna be a state-of-the-art lawyer.</blockquote>

I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?
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Brainy Smu...

I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?


I would advise to go directly to both unis. Walk around the campuses and talk to locals and students.

</blockquote>
I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?</blockquote>


I would advise to go directly to both unis. Walk around the campuses and talk to locals and students.
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goleta911


I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?


I would advise to go directly to both unis. Walk around the campuses and talk to locals and students.

Hi, which one have you chosen ? can you tell me which is really better ?

<blockquote></blockquote>
I am both admitted by the tax law LLM of Tilburg and Leiden, which one do you recommend?</blockquote>


I would advise to go directly to both unis. Walk around the campuses and talk to locals and students. </blockquote>

Hi, which one have you chosen ? can you tell me which is really better ?
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goleta911

LLM in tax law at Tilburg or at Leiden ? which one is better, can anyone can tell me ?

LLM in tax law at Tilburg or at Leiden ? which one is better, can anyone can tell me ?
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Well, I post in this thread, because I've some questions, and I think that asking questions on multiple threads can help (but not to much, I don't want to spam).

Anyway, I posted in this thread (http://www.llm-guide.com/board/129787/last) what are my aspirations. But to sum it here : I'm a French student in Law, who will begin his third year of Licence (pregraduate), and I'm already searching for a Master.

I know that I want to do a master in International Law, if possible, Public International or International Human Rights Law. However, I would like to have some experience "on the field", so to speak with a master in a country where one can speak in english both in and outside the courses. Therefore, I've my eyes on both Helsinki and Oslo. I know that I could go to Sorbonne or Assas, but I would prefer a master degree in another country.

So, I seek your counsels about which university I should try to attend to, since the applications for foreign students is only possible during a short period.

Well, I post in this thread, because I've some questions, and I think that asking questions on multiple threads can help (but not to much, I don't want to spam).

Anyway, I posted in this thread (http://www.llm-guide.com/board/129787/last) what are my aspirations. But to sum it here : I'm a French student in Law, who will begin his third year of Licence (pregraduate), and I'm already searching for a Master.

I know that I want to do a master in International Law, if possible, Public International or International Human Rights Law. However, I would like to have some experience "on the field", so to speak with a master in a country where one can speak in english both in and outside the courses. Therefore, I've my eyes on both Helsinki and Oslo. I know that I could go to Sorbonne or Assas, but I would prefer a master degree in another country.

So, I seek your counsels about which university I should try to attend to, since the applications for foreign students is only possible during a short period.
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