Master European Private law
Private law in Europe has undergone rapid transformation over the last two decades. From being a branch of law that was hardly affected by European Community (EC) legislation, it has become the object of a multitude of harmonisation measures, to the point that the idea of a European civil code is now a priority on the political agenda.These changes create a growing demand for lawyers who understand both existing European private law and the Europeanisation process.
The CSECL master’s programme in European Private Law incorporates interdisciplinary insights from economics and political science into legal study to prepare students for practice in this rapidly changing field of law. CSECL researchers teach the majority of classes.
Prospective students can find more information about the LLM in European Private Law via the link below.
The CSECL offers summer schools on European Contract law.
The Summer School 2017 offers a programme on Contract Law & the Moral Limits of Markets