LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice

© Center for International Legal Studies, 2016

Center for International Legal

Studies  /  Lazarski University  / 

Eötvös Loránd University  / 

Boston University School of Law

 Budapest 12 - 25  March 2017  /  Warsaw 26 March - 8 April 2017              

The Institutions

The   Center   for   International   Legal   Studies   (Salzburg,   Austria) has   more   than   5,000   lawyer   members   throughout   the   world. The   Law   Faculty   of   Lazarski   University   (Warsaw,   Poland)   has been   ranked   first   among   all   Polish   university   law   faculties   for the    last    seven    years.    Eötvös    Loránd    University    (Budapest, Hungary)   was   founded   in   1635   and   ranks   as   the   leading   law faculty   in   Hungary.   Boston   University   School   of   Law   (Boston, Massachusetts)   was   established   in   1872   and   ranks   in   the   top 25   of   more   than   200   law   schools   accredited   by   the   American Bar Association.

The Rationale

The   Central   European   locations   (Budapest and    Warsaw)    and    the    session    format    of two   weeks   each   provide   a   great   advantage to    those    who    cannot    take    a    year    away from      their      work,      particularly      active practitioners,   to   those   who   cannot   afford the   time   or   cost   of   a   year   in   the   United States,   and/or   to   those   may   have   difficulty obtaining    a    visa    to    study    in    the    United States.      The   program   is   designed   to   bring experienced   lawyers   together   with   expert faculty      members,      and      the      seminar structure    lends    itself    to    active    exchange among      the      participants.      Twenty-one lawyers   from   12   countries   participated   in the most recent two-week LL.M. session.
   Warsaw   /  Budapest   /  Boston
Lazarski University
Eötvös Loránd University
CILS
Lazarski
ELTE
BU
LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
© Center for International Legal Studies, 2016

Center for International Legal

Studies  /  Lazarski University 

/ Eötvös Loránd University  / 

Boston University School of

Law

 Budapest 12 - 25  March 2017  /  Warsaw 26 March - 8 April 2017              

The Institutions

The     Center     for     International     Legal     Studies     (Salzburg, Austria)   has   more   than   5,000   lawyer   members   throughout the   world.   The   Law   Faculty   of   Lazarski   University   (Warsaw, Poland)   has   been   ranked   first   among   all   Polish   university law    faculties    for    the    last    seven    years.    Eötvös    Loránd University   (Budapest,   Hungary)   was   founded   in   1635   and ranks    as    the    leading    law    faculty    in    Hungary.    Boston University    School    of    Law    (Boston,    Massachusetts)    was established   in   1872   and   ranks   in   the   top   25   of   more   than 200     law     schools     accredited     by     the     American     Bar Association.

The Rationale

The    Central    European    locations    (Budapest    and Warsaw)    and    the    session    format    of    two    weeks each    provide    a    great    advantage    to    those    who cannot     take     a     year     away     from     their     work, particularly    active    practitioners,    to    those    who cannot   afford   the   time   or   cost   of   a   year   in   the United   States,   and/or   to   those   may   have   difficulty obtaining   a   visa   to   study   in   the   United   States.      The program   is   designed   to   bring   experienced   lawyers together    with    expert    faculty    members,    and    the seminar   structure   lends   itself   to   active   exchange among   the   participants.   Twenty-one   lawyers   from 12   countries   participated   in   the   most   recent   two- week LL.M. session.
Eötvös Loránd University
Lazarski University