The Lazarski University LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice emphasizes international business, trade, dispute resolution, and the crossborder practice of law. The LL.M. requires satisfaction of 21 credits over three cycles offered each year in Budapest in March and June and Warsaw in April. Three of the credits are to be absolved by completion of a research project and/or participation in a continuing legal education program conducted by the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) offered annually in Europe, North America, and other venues throughout the world. Courses are taught in English by faculty provided by CILS, Lazarski University, and Eötvös Lorand University. Selected participants may complete up to nine credits in a session offered each June in Budapest, with faculty provided by Boston University. The next sessions will be conducted 15 - 28 March 2015 in Budapest, 30 March - 11 April 2015 in Warsaw, and 15 - 27 June 2015 in Budapest. CILS has more than 5,000 lawyer members throughout the world. The Law Faculty of Lazarski University has been ranked first among Polish law schools for the last six years. Boston University School of Law was established in 1872 and ranks in the top 25 of more than 200 law schools accredited by the American Bar Association. Eötvös Loránd University was founded in 1635 and is Hungary's leading law school. The Central European locations (Budapest and Warsaw) and the two-week session format provide a great advantage to those who cannot take a year away from work, cannot afford a year in the United States, and/or may have difficulty obtaining a visa to study in the United States. Tuition for 2015 for Budapest in March and Warsaw in April is US $3400 per session. Tuition for 2015 for Budapest in June is US $3800 per session.
LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice 2015
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