Bucerius Summer Programs
Spend your summer at Germany's top law school!
July 10 - 28, 2017
May 1, 2017
What principal business and legal issues play a role in cross-border mergers? How should international commercial disputes be resolved—before a court or through arbitration? Would mediation be a better choice?
Explore these questions and boost your expertise in International Business Law!
What are the differences between patent, trademark and copyright licenses? What are the major provisions of a license agreement that parties must evaluate and negotiate? What approach and strategy should one use to negotiate such an agreement?
Gain practical know-how this summer!
How would you draft an employment contract for a professional football player? Which legal issues come into play when organizing a Formula 1 Grand Prix? What IP laws are related to broadcasting these events?
Discover answers to these questions during the Summer Program in Sports Law!
Three Summer Programs in Law
Each July, Bucerius Law School welcomes advanced law students and young professionals to its campus in Hamburg, Germany for three intensive summer programs. The three-week short courses provide intensive training opportunities that enable participants to join an international group of peers in exploring current topics from practice with a faculty of renowned academics and field leaders.
Sessions revolve around group discussion, exercises and workshops; the diversity of participants supports the comparative treatment of topics and enables perspectives to be contrasted and critiqued.
Whether in the area of International Business Law, International IP Transactions or Sports Law, sessions focus on the development of professional skills and the practical application of theory. Small group settings and a Socratic-style approach to learning combine to facilitate highly interactive sessions and enable participants to gain experience while earning academic credit.
Taking part in a summer program at Bucerius enables participants to expand their global network and join the Law School's web of over 2,000 international alumni spanning the globe.