Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) - Comparative Law MethodologyStand out as a global law professional
Comparative Law Methodology at IE University
Through this methodology, we compare similarities and differences across various legal systems, and offer comprehensive training by comparing civil law and common law jurisdictions.
From beginning to end, our comparative law programs prepare our students to think and act as international legal professionals, giving them a thorough understanding of legal concepts, systems, and institutions.
In addition to this emphasis on comparative law, our programs feature a practice-oriented approach, helping students to deepen their understanding of legal institutions and solve problems by focusing on international legal practice.
We aim to produce graduates who truly understand legal institutions from a conceptual perspective, allowing them to master the practice of international law.
Comparative law teaches global and universal concepts by comparing different legal systems. This methodology is crucial at IE University, since most of our students come from abroad and will practice the law in different regions.
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European Legal History (ELH)
European Union Law
Public International Law
Comparative Criminal Law I
Comparative Criminal Law II
Public International Law
Commercial Law Corporations II
European Legal History
Contracts and Property Law
Law and Technology
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Our Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) program is an innovative degree that allows students to learn through practical courses, and apply the knowledge that they have acquired to real-life legal matters. Throughout the degree students can get involved in a variety of practical courses such as:
Teaching law through Comparative Law Methodology
Michail Risvas on Comparative Law Methodology
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Marina Aksenova on Comparative Law Methodology
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Bart Wauters on Comparative Law Methodology
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Antonios Kouroutakis on Comparative Law Methodology
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