LL.M. european law


kabone

Hello everyone!
I am a 20 year-old from Vienna,Austria studying at Wu Vienna;
I have just begun studying (about 6 months ago), decided to make my bachelor of laws there; my study concerns especially economic law resulting in a bachelor of law degree;
What i want to know now is whether my degree is being accepted by other universitys through whole europe or not; In future i want to do my LL.M. in law but there are two main problems: 1st: here in austria you cannot already practise as a lawyer after making your bachelor of laws, you will have to do your LL.M too in order to be able to make your state examination;
2nd: You might be aware that Wu Vienna is a university of economics, but they provide a study combining law and economy which is called "wirtschaftsrecht"; it is moreover a study of law mixed with economic elements; I think it exists since the 90`s;
So my question now: Whats the cance of being able to do a LL.M. programme focusing on european (buisness) law in other european countries? Btw: I want to work as a lawyer in future;

Thank you very much for any help; best regards

Hello everyone!
I am a 20 year-old from Vienna,Austria studying at Wu Vienna;
I have just begun studying (about 6 months ago), decided to make my bachelor of laws there; my study concerns especially economic law resulting in a bachelor of law degree;
What i want to know now is whether my degree is being accepted by other universitys through whole europe or not; In future i want to do my LL.M. in law but there are two main problems: 1st: here in austria you cannot already practise as a lawyer after making your bachelor of laws, you will have to do your LL.M too in order to be able to make your state examination;
2nd: You might be aware that Wu Vienna is a university of economics, but they provide a study combining law and economy which is called "wirtschaftsrecht"; it is moreover a study of law mixed with economic elements; I think it exists since the 90`s;
So my question now: Whats the cance of being able to do a LL.M. programme focusing on european (buisness) law in other european countries? Btw: I want to work as a lawyer in future;

Thank you very much for any help; best regards
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global32

Hi, there are many different LL.M. programs with very distinct entry requirements. You should ask the program advisor or consult relevant documents which you may find on the programs web page. Some programs may be especialy designed for students with a background in law and business, e.g. at British universities there has has been a lot of development towards this direction. But since you are from Vienna you could also think about doing a LL.M. in Germany, e.g. the Saarland University offers a program in German and French wich has run for a very long time.
http://www.europainstitut.de/
If you prefer more looking eastwards than e.g. the program at Leipzig University may be interesting.
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~eurlaw/wordpress/
And if you believe that the future lays in the Far East, than you can also consult the webpages of some Chinese Universities, although the programs they offer can be already very expensive.

Hi, there are many different LL.M. programs with very distinct entry requirements. You should ask the program advisor or consult relevant documents which you may find on the programs web page. Some programs may be especialy designed for students with a background in law and business, e.g. at British universities there has has been a lot of development towards this direction. But since you are from Vienna you could also think about doing a LL.M. in Germany, e.g. the Saarland University offers a program in German and French wich has run for a very long time.
http://www.europainstitut.de/
If you prefer more looking eastwards than e.g. the program at Leipzig University may be interesting.
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~eurlaw/wordpress/
And if you believe that the future lays in the Far East, than you can also consult the webpages of some Chinese Universities, although the programs they offer can be already very expensive.
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eric.k

But since you are from Vienna you could also think about doing a LL.M. in Germany, e.g. the Saarland University offers a program in German and French wich has run for a very long time.
http://www.europainstitut.de/

Hi there!
I'm sorry to correct you, but the program at the Europa-Institut is offered in German and English language, not in French.

But it has indeed a very good reputation (in European law probably the best) and looks back on a long tradition as it is was founded in 1951, being the 2nd European Institute in Europe.

Best,
E.

www.europainstitut.de

<blockquote>But since you are from Vienna you could also think about doing a LL.M. in Germany, e.g. the Saarland University offers a program in German and French wich has run for a very long time.
http://www.europainstitut.de/</blockquote>
Hi there!
I'm sorry to correct you, but the program at the Europa-Institut is offered in German and English language, not in French.

But it has indeed a very good reputation (in European law probably the best) and looks back on a long tradition as it is was founded in 1951, being the 2nd European Institute in Europe.

Best,
E.

www.europainstitut.de
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