European Master in Law and Economics

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Please see the EMLE website for details of the registration process.

Registration opens in mid-September and continues through January 10, and is undertaken through the EMLE website. Full details of the timetable may be found here.

Registration opens in mid-September and continues through January 10. Registration is made through the EMLE website. See here for full details of the timetable.

* Students who studied at the University of Haifa will receive a master degree in Law (LL.M.).

The European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE) program provides a level of academic excellence recognized by the Erasmus Mundus as well as additional academic experts. The program has recruited distinguished scholars from across Europe and the rest of the world to share their knowledge and instruct the next generation of lawyers, economists, and policy makers.

Accredited by numerous institutions in Europe, the program also provides a supreme level of internationality in its professors, universities and its students.

Students who participate in the EMLE program will receive an official degree from any university that is a partner in the program and which they attend during the degree period, with the exception of students at the universities of Rotterdam, Ghent, and/or Hamburg. Students who attend one of these three universities will receive a joint degree (LL.M. – European Master in Law and Economics) in addition to an official degree from any other university at which they studied for at least one period. All these degree will bear the Erasmus Mundus icon (Erasmus+) and will be officially recognized by all the participating countries. In other words, students will receive at least one joint degree and probably another degree from the EMLE program, according to its allocation.

Students who participate in EMLE will receive a formal degree from any partner university they attended during their studies, with the exception of those who studied at the universities of Rotterdam, Ghent, and/or Hamburg; students who attended one of these universities will received a joint degree (LL.M. – European Master in Law and Economics), as well as an official degree from any other university where they spent at least one period. All these degrees will bear the Erasmus Mundus – Erasmus+ tag and will be officially recognized by all the participating countries. Thus students will receive at least one joint degree, and in all probability an additional degree from the EMLE program according to their allocation.

Details of registration can be found on the EMLE website. Applicants should follow the guidelines on the site.

EMLE provides an experience lauded as “an outstanding educational concept” which synthesizes law and economics together into a program that is both manageable in its structure and innovative in its design. This program creates an atmosphere of internationality through its students and its universities, which provides both a learning experience for its scholars and a desirable trait for future employers. The combination of law and economics fosters an atmosphere of idea sharing and introduces different techniques for examining and handling problems. EMLE is forging a path in producing future lawyers and economists equipped with an interdisciplinary background ready to handle the multidimensional challenges of European and international business and law.

The EMLE program not only provides a rare opportunity for students to synthesize and improve upon their knowledge of law and economics, but it also blends academic excellence with a high level of internationality.

In addition, the EMLE structure allows for idea exchange and networking between students and scholars, lawyers, economists and businesspeople.

The program covers one academic year, and its master level curriculum is not only documented through the use of a constitutive method (economic analysis) on a particular subject (law) but by the fact that this economic analysis is based on a continuous legal comparison.

The functional approach of the economic analysis of law is well suited to compare different solutions to problems, which are in their essence identical. Since differences between national laws have been at the core of European policy making, the EMLE-Mundus Masters Course offers unique value concerning the EU’s central ambitions.

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