Center for International Legal Studies Lazarski University Eötvös Loránd University     Center for Financial Law and Policy, Lixin University of Accounting and Finance Boston University     
The Institutions and the Rationale T he   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   Center   for   Financial Law   and   Policy, Lixin   University   of   Accounting   and   Finance,   is   the   program   partner   in   Shanghai,   China.   Lixin   University     has   nearly   28,000   students.   It   is   among   China’s   leading   universities.   The   university’s   roots   date   to   1928.      It   offers programs   in   law,   international   business   and   trade,   and   finance   and   accounting. The   Central   European   and   Asian   locations (Budapest,      Warsaw,   and   Shanghai   )   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   who 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.   Thirty-three   lawyers   from   13   countries participated in the 2018 sessions.
Budapest - 31 March - 13 April 2019 Budapest - 16 - 29  June 2019 Shanghai - 7 - 20  July 2019 Warsaw - 6 - 19 October 2019
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LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
Institutions and Rationale 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 Center for Financial Law and Policy of Lixin University is the program partner in Shanghai, China. Lixin University  has nearly 28,000 students. It is among China’s leading universities. The university’s roots date to 1928.  It offers programs in law, international business and trade, and finance and accounting. The Central European and Asian locations (Budapest,  Warsaw, and Shanghai ) 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 who 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. Fifty-two lawyers from 13 countries participated in the 2018  sessions.