Four-week course in Hamburg open to students with two years of law study

Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany has announced it will hold its first Bucerius Summer Program in International Business Law this July and August. The intensive four-week program is taught entirely in English, and is open to all interested international and German students who have completed two years of law study.

According to the law school, the program “offers students a better understanding of the forces shaping international business law in order to meet the increasing requirements of companies and law firms in this field.” It includes several different courses, including Comparative Law, Law & Economics, International Mergers & Acquisitions, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Corporate Governance. The program is supported by international law firm, Linklaters.

The course runs from July 20 – August 16, 2008. Applications will be accepted until April 30, 2008.

For more information, please visit the program website.

Questions should be directed to Kasia Kwietniewska, director of the Bucerius Summer Program at kasia.kwietniewska[at]law-school.de or +49 (0) 40 30706 109.

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