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Whether you or your organization are seeking to gain a broader view or update your knowledge in a specific area of the law, IE Law School is fully committed in providing an engaging and dynamic academic experience to meet your needs.

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Our Executive Education Programs are designed to empower and help professionals address the challenge on how to navigate today’s global legal environment.

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Training Agreements

We offer law firms and companies the opportunity to sign Training Agreements. Through these agreements, employees gain important benefits and access to our Executive Education programs, allowing them to enhance their knowledge and skills in the legal sector.

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sponsoring events

We offer law firms, companies, and institutions the possibility of sponsoring events and conferences regarding current legal topics. IE Law School Executive Education designs sponsorship packages according to the institution's requirements.

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Challenges and trends for the XXI century lawyer

Join the Young Lawyer Training Course organized by IE Law School and the IBA Young Lawyers’ Committee on The Fundamentals of International Legal Business Practice

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Art in the Practice of Reparations at the International Criminal Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Professor Marina Aksenova will take part in the Workshop ‘Rethinking Reparations in International Law’ at Lauterpracht Centre in Cambridge where she will speak about “Art in the Practice of Reparations at the International Criminal Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”.

The practice of the ICC is currently changing to accommodate alternative ways of delivering the message of international criminal law to the affected communities. The ICC’s recent reparations orders are early examples of this broader vision of justice.

Historically, the UN executive organs, such as the Security Council and the Secretary-General, were the primary promoters of reconciliation through international criminal law. International courts and tribunals largely supported this goal, but with some serious reservations. The recent practice of the ICC clearly demonstrates the link between reparations and the goal of reconciliation. In Lubanga – the case dealing with the recruitment of child soldiers – the judges expressly upheld the value of symbolic reparations.

13 Nov 2018


Faculty, Law, Politics and Economics, News

Salomé Cisnal is named by Politico as one of the women shaping Brussels

Politico named Salomé Cisnal de Ugarte, Associate Professor of EU Competition Law at IE Law School, one of the 20 women who shape Brussels, a list ...

12 Nov 2018


Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, Law, Politics and Economics, News

From the Code of Hammurabi to the binary code: Why lawyers should learn to code

There is growing debate as to whether lawyers and legal practitioners need to learn to code or not. Is this a trend or a profound change in the legal ...

30 Oct 2018


Faculty Opinion, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship

Legal Practice in the Digital Era: Join the conversation at the UIA Congress

IE Law School will be attending the International Association of Lawyers (UIA) Congress taking place in Oporto, Portugal from October 30 to November ...

26 Oct 2018



IE Law School will be attending the Legal Geek Conference in London

At IE Law School we are excited and very much looking forward to being part of this vibrant and global legaltech startup community that is dedicated ...

08 Oct 2018


Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News

Easy Law, Esquify and Lucius Report: Meet the Legaltech Venture Day finalists and winner

From Singapore through Chicago and finalizing in México City, meet the three finalists —and the winner— of our first Global Legaltech Venture ...

24 Sep 2018


Legaltech and Entrepreneurship, News
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Networking is the process of cultivating prosperous relationships, gaining exposure, and learning about new job opportunities in the sector you are interested in. For students and professionals in the legal sector it is a valuable activity and asset that can help you pave your way to career success.

IE Law School believes in the importance of networking and is committed in building a community where students, professors, professionals, companies and law firms can engage, collaborate and find valuable relationships and opportunities.

That´s why throughout the year, IE Law School is engaged with the legal community and is constantly offering various seminars, conferences, symposia, and special events.

Executive Programs for professionals

IE Law School´s creates legal programs for professionals and organizations at the intersection of business, management and strategy, as well as specific areas of the law, providing them with a deeper context so they can thrive in their career.

Custom programs for organizations

Interested in a custom program? Contact us and we can design a program that will allow your organization to create high-level, specialized training for your professionals. These programs are uniquely tailored to the needs of each client.

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