Gain international experience and build a global network
What are the relevant legal questions of corporate governance? What principal business and legal issues play a role in cross-border mergers? How should international disputes in commercial relations be resolved—before a court or through arbitration? Would mediation be a better choice?
Explore these questions and boost your expertise in the field of International Business Law this summer! Join renowned academics and practitioners for this intensive three-week course of study at Bucerius, Germany's top law school.
The program is designed for advanced law students and recent graduates wishing to acquire in-depth knowledge in the field of international business law and gain valuable intercultural communication skills by working in small groups with students from different legal backgrounds.
Compile your own curriculum
The program is flexible and allows you to customize your schedule by selecting coursework best suited to your personal interests and needs. You may select between three and six courses based upon your interests.
Classes are held five days a week over the course of three weeks with all subjects offered by distinguished professors and practitioners from Germany and abroad.
You must choose at least three courses, but are welcome to follow up to six.
If you wish to take a course on alternative dispute resolution, you must select either Business Mediation or Negotiation as a focus area. These courses will meet in parallel and are structured around partner-based activities and small group simulations.
Classes are scheduled between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. and paired with extracurricular activities that you may participate in at no additional cost
Course List 2019
- Alternative Dispute Resolution: Business Mediation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution: Negotiation
- Corporate Governance in Publicly Traded Corporations
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Commercial Contracts
- International Commercial Litigation
- International Mergers & Acquisitions
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.