Where do our alumni go?

After having completed an LL.M. programme at Erasmus School of Law, our alumni go on to work in a variety of jobs. Companies and organisations where our (international) alumni are employed include KPMG, DLA Piper, PwC, Deloitte, Siemens, Orangina/Schweppes, European Commission, World Bank Group, embassies,etc.

Commercial Law

As a graduate you will have acquired extensive knowledge in company and commercial law, have relevant skills to do business in an international setting and be able to apply different perspectives. Graduates will be well placed in law firms or law courts, in the academic and business world (e.g. in industry, commerce and transport) or in various other sectors of the economy (such as banking, insurance and financial markets) where issues related to business companies and commercial relations play an important part.

Our Commercial Law alumni are employed as:

Legal Adviser at a bank, Portfolio Manager, Commercial Affairs Expert at Embassy, Lawyer (corporate litigation and arbitration), Director Corporate Law, Junior Associate.

International and European Union Law

As a graduate you will have the skills to critically and constructively analyse contemporary issues in international and European Law. You will also have a deepened insight into the theory and practice of International and European law in an interdisciplinary context. An excellent start to an international career! Career opportunities for persons with a specialisation in Public International Law present themselves, in particular, in national administrations, international organisations, multinational companies, the legal professions, NGOs and academia.

Our International and European Public Law alumni are employed as:

Lawyer, Researcher and Advisor in European (migration) Law, Legal Advisor at Ministry, PhD Candidate, Assistant Professor, Associate Lawyer.

Business, Corporate and Maritime Law

As a graduate you are well placed to pursue career opportunities in business, international government, the legal profession and academia. You will have a firm background on essentials of business and trade law, combined with specialized knowledge and you will be able to negotiate and structure business transactions across countries. Furthermore, you will have acquired practical skills necessary to deal with business problems and disputes in an (inter) national context and good debating and analyzing skills. Career opportunities for graduates with a specialisation in Business Transactions can be found in business consultancy as company lawyers, as legal advisors and as attorneys in commercial practice. Graduates of the corporate law specialisation will find their career as a lawyer in financial markets and international institutions as well as company lawyers and consultants in these fields. The maritime law specialisation is structured to equip graduates who wish to pursue careers in international transportation with the ability to serve in advisory positions to governments, in legal departments of shipping companies, ports authorities, as well as in the specialised field of maritime law litigation and arbitration.

Our Business, Corporate and Maritime Law alumni are employed as:

Senior Lawyer, Regulatory Compliance Manager, Legal Consultant, Head of the Legal Practice, Legal Consultant, IP Legal Counsel, Corporate Lawyer, Policy Advisor, Contract Analyst

European Master in Law and Economics

As a graduate you will have gained a better understanding of the interaction between the law and the economy. You will be able to understand the economic implications of the core branches of law, such as contracts, property, corporate, torts and competition law.

Our European Master in Law and Economics alumni are employed as:

Senior Policy Advisor, Financial Manager, Director, Case Handler EC, Associate, Partner, Chief of Civil and Corporate Litigation, Co-head of Antitrust Department.              

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