Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany
Michigan Law students may study international and comparative business law during the fall semester at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg.
Founded in 2000, Bucerius is a relatively new and decidely innovative law school that strives to reform German legal education. The first private law school in Germany, it has adopted a global curriculum that requires all its law students to be fluent in English and to study abroad for one semester.
Hamburg is a vibrant and well-heeled port city that has been a major hub of global commerce and finance for centuries.
Interested students must comply with the General Guidelines for Semester Legal Studies Abroad, which include how to apply. Students should also review the Guidelines for Semester Study Abroad Bucerius Law School Hamburg, Germany.Apply by January 30.
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