One-year program begins in October; applications accepted through September

The University of Bayreuth (Universität Bayreuth) in the German state of Bavaria will be offering a new, one-year "Law and Economics" LL.M. program. The program begins in October 2009, and will be offered in German.

Applications for the new program will be accepted until September 30. Lawyers from within and outside of Germany with a first law degree will be considered.

The "Law & Economics" methodology emphasizes the relationship between economic methodology, legal issues, and human behavior.

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