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International Business Law

Gain international experience and build a global network

What are the relevant legal questions of corporate governance? What principal business and legal issues play a role in cross-border mergers? How should international disputes in commercial relations be resolved—before a court or through arbitration? Would mediation be a better choice?

Explore these questions and boost your expertise in the field of International Business Law this summer! Join renowned academics and practitioners for this intensive three-week course of study at Bucerius, Germany’s top law school.

The program is designed for advanced law students and recent graduates wishing to acquire in-depth knowledge in the field of international business law and gain valuable intercultural communication skills by working in small groups with students from different legal backgrounds.


Fact Sheet

Course Dates: July 10-28, 2017

Application Deadline:March 1 (early bird)  &  May 1 (regular deadline)

Language:English

Tuition Fee:EUR 1800

Places:30


Program Approach

Boost your skills and resumé

Preparing for work at a law firm or company dealing in international banking, trade law or consumer transactions? Regardless of whether you are enrolled as a student or already in practice, the Bucerius Summer Program in International Business Law can help you to boost your skills in these areas and increase marketability!

Interactive learning and intercultural exchange

By working in small groups with students from different legal backgrounds, you will be able to gain valuable intercultural communication skills while acquiring in-depth knowledge in the fields of international business law and comparing perspectives with participants from across the globe.

Socratic-style course meetings promote interactive dialogue, inquiry and close cooperation with your peers and lecturers.

Courses & Schedule

Compile your own curriculum

The program is flexible and allows you to customize your schedule by selecting coursework best suited to your personal interests and needs. You may select between three and six courses based upon your interests.


Schedule

Classes are held five days a week over the course of three weeks. They do not meet in parallel, such that you may enroll in as many courses as you wish. You are free to choose from six topics, all offered by distinguished professors and practitioners from Germany and abroad. You must choose at least three courses, but may also follow more.

Classes are scheduled between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. and paired with extracurricular activities that you may participate in at no additional cost.


Faculty

Work closely with renowned academics

The Summer Program in International Business Law is taught by renowned academics from the practicing legal and business communities from both Germany and abroad.


Academic Director 
Prof. Dr. Katharina Boele-Woelki

Professor Boele-Woelki is the Dean of Bucerius Law School.

Her research focuses on private international law, comparative law and family law. She has taught and conducted research in the Netherlands since 1982 and served as a member of the Faculty of Law at Utrecht University since 1990.



Prof. Dr. Yeşim M. Atamer

Prof. Dr. Yeşim M. Atamer is a full professor of Private Law at Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey. Her main areas of research are law of domestic and international sale of goods, Turkish and EU consumer law and harmonization of European contract law.

As a scholar of the European Union Jean Monnet program, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Max Planck Society, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) and the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey she has conducted research in Lausanne, Basel, Rome, Munich, Hamburg and Cambridge (USA).

Since 2007, she has been the vice director of the European Institute of Istanbul Bilgi University. Since 2013, she is a member of the Science Academy, Turkey.

Atamer is a contributor to the major commentary on the Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts edited by Vogenauer (2nd edition Oxford University Press, 2015) and the CISG commentary edited by Kröll, Mistelis and Perales Viscasillas (1st edition, Hart Publishing 2011). She has been a member of the CISG Advisory Council since 2013 and has been active in legal practice as arbitrator and legal expert in national and international disputes.


Julia von Dobeneck

A certified mediator, Julia von Dobeneck is a senior project manager and researcher at the Center for Peace Mediation at European University Viadrina.

She has led community mediation projects in Kosovo for several years, including dialogue facilitation on the municipal level, political consultations and round tables with stakeholders.

With eight years spent as a scientific advisor for members of the German Bundestag, she brings extensive political consultancy experience to her work. In addition to her academic research, she conducts mediation and communication training and is engaged as a systemic change manager in organizational developments.


Prof. Dr. Peter Huber

Prof. Dr. Peter Huber is professor of Law at Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz (Germany) where he holds the chair for private law, conflict of laws and comparative law. His main interests lie in the fields of International Sales Law, of German and Comparative Contract Law and in the area of International Litigation and Arbitration.

Dr. Huber has published several books and articles on these issues and teaches them regularly. He is the Head Coach of the Mainz University team for the W.C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition and the Foreign Direct Investment Moot Competition. Visiting appointments have led him to the Hague Academy of International Law, Nihon University Tokyo, New York University, Tulane Law School, the University of Georgia (Athens) and the University of Burgundy (Dijon).


Dr. Carsten Jungmann

Dr. Carsten Jungmann is a program director at Bucerius Law School, coordinating the Diploma in Business Law Program at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, and a partner at the law firm DUVINAGE in Munich/Hamburg. His primary fields of research are insolvency law, corporate law (including corporate governance), banking law and corporate finance.

Dr. Jungmann studied law at the University of Bonn and at the University of Edinburgh. At the University of Bonn, he graduated as a Doctor of Laws. As a trainee solicitor, he worked inter alia with the international law firm Hogan Lovells and with HSH Nordbank; he also clerked for High Court Chief Judge Dr. Buechel. After passing the bar exam at the High Court of Hamburg, he went to the US and obtained an LL.M. from Yale Law School. Carsten Jungmann holds an M.Sc. in Finance, which he earned at the University of Leicester. Finally, he is a university-certified Compliance Officer.

He spent a year as an academic visitor at the London School of Economics and was/is a lecturer in law at the University of Surrey, the University of Fribourg, the Leuphana University Lüneburg, the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf and at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. He has published numerous articles on corporate, banking and insolvency law in leading law journals. He received the Best Teacher Award of the Master Program of Bucerius Law School three times, and was awarded the Bucerius Alumni Prize for Outstanding Teaching in 2011.


Prof. Dr. Lars Kirchhoff

Prof. Dr. Lars Kirchhoff is an international lawyer and mediator, partner at the Berlin-based firm TGKS, as well as academic director of the postgraduate master’s program in mediation and the Institute for Conflict Management at the European University Viadrina.

He specialized in Dispute Resolution at Yale Law School, the OSCE and in the mediation program of the US District Court of Northern California. He is also a lecturer and conflict coach at Bucerius Law School, the External Action Service of the European Union and a wide spectrum of commercial and political institutions.

Lars Kirchhoff has authored numerous publications on state sovereignty, mediation and the interplay between international commercial arbitration and mediation.


Prof. Dr. Stefan Kröll

Prof. Stefan Kröll is an honorary professor at Bucerius Law School and an independent arbitrator in Cologne. He is one of Germany's national correspondents to UNCITRAL for arbitration and international commercial law and a co-author of a leading treatise on "Comparative International Commercial Arbitration" (Kluwer 2003, with Lew and Mistelis).

Kröll is a visiting reader at the School of International Arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (Queen Mary College, University of London) and a Director of the Willem C. Vis Arbitration Moot. He regularly lectures for the University of California, Davis on arbitration as well as for other institutions on arbitration, litigation and international contract law. He is member of the board of editors of the International Arbitration Law Review and the Journal for International Commercial Law (IHR).


Exams & Credit

Earn credit toward your legal studies

During your stay in Hamburg, you can earn up to 6 ABA credits, equivalent to 12 ECTS points.

Credit Load

While all participants are required to enroll in a minimum of three courses, you are encouraged to follow additional topics to explore your own interests.

ABA

The program follows American Bar Association (ABA) guidelines to offer participants credit for their undertakings. Each course is worth one ABA credit, with a credit hour being equivalent to 700 minutes of classroom time.

ECTS

If you are a European student, you can collect European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points, which your home university may choose to accept toward your program of study. Each course will provide two ECTS points, such that you have the option to earn up to 12 points from participation in the program.

Grading

Grades are based upon your performance in exams, presentations and/or final projects. The scale ranges from A+ to F, with regular attendance and active participation required for a successful outcome.

Certificate

Participants who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of participation and transcript of grades; if you are seeking to have credit recognized toward your degree program, you should explore the policies of your home university in advance of your participation.