11 July 2014
Augsburg Summer Program on European and International Economic Law
Augsburg Summer Program on European and International Economic Law is offered by the Faculty of Law of the University of Augsburg. The Augsburg Summer Program provides insight into economic and business law necessary to meet the increasing requirements of companies and law firms in this field. The Program focuses on such issues as contract law, company law and banking law as well as on private international law, transnational litigation and international arbitration. The legal issues are considered from international, European and German perspective. A detailed list of courses offered during past years can be found at http://www.jura.uni-augsburg.de/international/summer_program/all_courses/ . Additionally, an introductory course on German Law is offered for students from abroad. The Program’s participants have also an opportunity to attend a German language course. Further, the participants of the Summer Program are welcome to attend the series of "Talks of Practitioners." The talks are held by distinguished lawyers of international law firms, legal advisers of international firms and other experts who focus on selected problems of international business law. All of the lectures and talks are held in English. The lectures are given by distinguished European (e.g. German, French, Italian) and American professors as well as by practicing lawyers.
Prof. Dr. Thomas M. J. Möllers
The Summer Program aims at law or law and economic master students, students with work experience or graduates who wish to advance their knowledge of European and international economic law. The Program provides an introductory course to law and economics, however, legal background is crucial for successful participation.
The Program provides an outstanding opportunity to learn international and European economic and business law and their relevance in the global economy.
Students can receive up to 36 ECTS
EUR 500: Students from the following Law Schools are charged with no tuition/administrative fee: Chicago-Kent, College of Law, Chicago, Illinois (Students from Chicago-Kent can use their Augsburg credits toward their degrees if they pay a 50% tuition fee to their home university); George Washington University, Washington D.C.; Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, Californiarn; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolinarn; University of Pepperdine, Malibu, Californiarn; University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australiarn