LLM Business Law / Europe


bdh2007

Hi all!

I am trying to find an LLM to do. I would like to stay in a European country and European business law. I am deciding between European Business Law and International Business Law. I have so far seen the following law schools that offer such LLMs:

Tilburg Law School
Sorbonne-Assas International Law School
Lund University
Leiden Law School
Erasmus School of Law

Does anybody have any advice for me?

Hi all!

I am trying to find an LLM to do. I would like to stay in a European country and European business law. I am deciding between European Business Law and International Business Law. I have so far seen the following law schools that offer such LLMs:

Tilburg Law School
Sorbonne-Assas International Law School
Lund University
Leiden Law School
Erasmus School of Law

Does anybody have any advice for me?
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chicken so...

Some programs in the UK might be worth looking at too: KCL's European Law LLM, for instance.

Otherwise, Amsterdam and Maastricht, maybe?

There's also the EMLE program...

These programs tend to look at various aspects of the field - so it would be in your best interest to investigate each program's curriculum and see what most appeals to you.

Some programs in the UK might be worth looking at too: KCL's European Law LLM, for instance.

Otherwise, Amsterdam and Maastricht, maybe?

There's also the EMLE program...

These programs tend to look at various aspects of the field - so it would be in your best interest to investigate each program's curriculum and see what most appeals to you.
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TonyG

Leiden Law is head and shoulders above the other schools you mentioned. An LLM from Leiden carries throughout Europe, while others are more regionally focused.

Leiden Law is head and shoulders above the other schools you mentioned. An LLM from Leiden carries throughout Europe, while others are more regionally focused.
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MBL-FU

Hi bdh2007, FU Berlin also has a Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (www.mbl-fu.de) with a strong focus on European business law but also elements of international business law (especially US and WTO law). Have a look at the curcciculum if you're curious!

Best,
MBL-FU
(I obviously work there, just to clarify that)

Hi bdh2007, FU Berlin also has a Master of Business, Competition and Regulatory Law (www.mbl-fu.de) with a strong focus on European business law but also elements of international business law (especially US and WTO law). Have a look at the curcciculum if you're curious!

Best,
MBL-FU
(I obviously work there, just to clarify that)
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SwissLaw

I am currently enrolled into the IBL program at Tilburg University. I enjoy it even if it could be more "legalish". There is a lot of economics involved and in addition there's a focus on innovation and the future role of lawyers. You learn a lot and it is never wrong to get some economic skills too.

I am currently enrolled into the IBL program at Tilburg University. I enjoy it even if it could be more "legalish". There is a lot of economics involved and in addition there's a focus on innovation and the future role of lawyers. You learn a lot and it is never wrong to get some economic skills too.
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easy_tiger

Hi bdh2007! I am also currently looking at Leiden, it has a good reputation! I am not sure, though, I am also looking at London, Berlin and Edinburgh, for me the programme and lecturers are important, but I also want to live in an exciting city. So maybe Amsterdam would be better than Leiden?

Hi bdh2007! I am also currently looking at Leiden, it has a good reputation! I am not sure, though, I am also looking at London, Berlin and Edinburgh, for me the programme and lecturers are important, but I also want to live in an exciting city. So maybe Amsterdam would be better than Leiden?
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Hi bdh2007! I am also currently looking at Leiden, it has a good reputation! I am not sure, though, I am also looking at London, Berlin and Edinburgh, for me the programme and lecturers are important, but I also want to live in an exciting city. So maybe Amsterdam would be better than Leiden?


Hi! where exactly have you applied? Have you heard anything back yet?

[quote]Hi bdh2007! I am also currently looking at Leiden, it has a good reputation! I am not sure, though, I am also looking at London, Berlin and Edinburgh, for me the programme and lecturers are important, but I also want to live in an exciting city. So maybe Amsterdam would be better than Leiden?[/quote]

Hi! where exactly have you applied? Have you heard anything back yet?
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easy_tiger

Hi! where exactly have you applied? Have you heard anything back yet?


Ah, sorry, didn't get a notification? -.- I applied for the European and International Business Law programme and I haven't heard back from them yet. Right now I am focussing on Berlin and their Business, Competition and Regulation programme.
Cheers!

[quote] Hi! where exactly have you applied? Have you heard anything back yet?[/quote]

Ah, sorry, didn't get a notification? -.- I applied for the European and International Business Law programme and I haven't heard back from them yet. Right now I am focussing on Berlin and their Business, Competition and Regulation programme.
Cheers!
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sunyun

I am also looking at Leiden!! Which programme are you applying to? (bdh2007)

I am also looking at Leiden!! Which programme are you applying to? (bdh2007)
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