International Business Law – credit requirements (IBL LL.M.)

Students studying for an LLM. degree in International Business Law shall obtain 30 credits consisting of 26 course credits and 4 credits for the capstone project.

 

The course credits shall be obtained according to the following rules:

 

Mandatory courses (5 credits)

Anglo-American Legal Concepts/ Jessica Lawrence (Fall term, 1 credit)

Capstone Seminar / Jessica Lawrence, Markus Petsche, CAW instructors (Fall, Winter, Spring terms, 2 credits)

Comparative Legal Research Methodology / Markus Böckenförde (Winter term, 1 credit)

The Regulatory Environment of Business / Tibor Tajti (Fall term, 1 credit)

 

Mandatory-elective courses

Foundations of international business and economic law (3 credits must be obtained)

Comparative Antitrust Law / Csongor Nagy (Fall term, 1 credit)

Comparative Bankruptcy Law / Tibor Tajti (Fall term, 1 credit)

Law for Small and Mid-Scale Start Up Enterprises / Tibor Tajti (Winter term, 1 credit)

Comparative Private International Law – Choice of Law / Markus Petsche (Spring term, 2 credits)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Clinical Course / Faculty of Dept. of Economics and Business & Jessica Lawrence (Winter, Spring terms, 1 credit)

Advanced international economic law (6 credits must be obtained)

Dispute resolution (3 credits must be obtained)

International Commercial Arbitration / Markus Petsche, Davor Babic, Vladimir Pavic (Fall term, 3 credits)

International Civil Litigation / Csongor Nagy (Winter term, 1 credit)

International Investment Law and Regulation / Markus Petsche (Winter term, 3 credits)

Mediation / Markus Petsche (Spring term, 1 credit)

Corporate finance and securities regulation (3 credits must be obtained)

US Corporations and Partnership Law / Jessica Lawrence (Fall term, 1 credit)

The Legal Aspects of Corporate Finance / (Winter term, 1 credit)

Capital Markets and Securities Regulation / Tibor Tajti (Spring term, 3 credits)

Corporate Governance: Acquisitions and Capital Structure / Charles Whitehead (Spring term, 1 credit)

Foundations of human rights (4 credits must be obtained)

Environmental Law & Regulation/ Jessica Lawrence (Fall term, 1 credit)

Business and Human Rights / Jessica Lawrence (Winter term, 2 credits)

International Economic Policy and Migration / Jessica Lawrence (Winter term, 1 credit)

Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the Council of Europe / Eszter Polgári / (Fall term, 2 credits)