- A solid economic analysis of the most important branches of private, public, international and European law;
- Advanced knowledge in economic analysis of law: the use of economic methods to explain and assess the effects of divergent legal rules;
- Interdisciplinary and multicultural approach and a chance to study in three different countries in one year.
Synopsis of the EMLE courses
When: first term
Where: Haifa, Hamburg, Rotterdam
In this term, you will earn 20 EC. You are offered two introductory tutorials and you must attend five fundamental courses.
When: second term
Where: Ghent, Hamburg, Rotterdam
In this term, you will earn 20 EC. You will attend three fundamental courses at the second term university. In addition you will attend two additional specialised courses defined by your choice of a certain track, taught at the respective second term location: the Innovation & IP Track (Ghent), the Economic Analysis of Public & International Law Track (Hamburg), or the Markets, Corporations & Regulators Track (Rotterdam). Each second term university will have two specialised courses that you will attend, which will be followed by more specialised courses in the same track in the third term.
When: third term
Where: Aix-en-Provence, Barcelona, Hamburg, Mumbai, Rome, Vienna, Warsaw
In this term, you will earn 20 EC divided as follows:
- 5 EC are earned by attending two complementary courses, following the track system you chose with your second term location;
- 15 EC are earned writing your master thesis in the form of a scientific paper of not more than 13,000 words on a specific subject in economic analysis of law. You are supposed to specialise in one area of law and economics, which depends on the third term location and track chosen.
For more on all specific tracks and courses, please visit the EMLE website.