The Law Degree with a specialization in French Law is the study of both the Spanish and French legal systems. Students spend the first two years at the Complutense in Madrid and the second two years at the Paris I University. The Faculty of Law, located in Madrid’s Moncloa Campus, has all the necessary facilities including the library, European documentation center, amphitheater classrooms, fixed seating classrooms, study rooms, computer rooms, Wi-Fi connection, cafeterias and dining rooms, etc. Some courses included are: Constitutional Law I, Roman Law, Legal Computers, Public Freedoms, Intro to Political Economy, Civil Law I, General Theory of Law, Criminal Law I and Law History.
The world-renowned IE Law school instructs top corporate lawyers, preparing them with the skills they need to shine in international organizations and the world’s best law firms. IE Law School’s innovative Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree is imparted by industry experts using a comparative law approach, covering the basics of Civil and Common law with a concentration on European Union law.
Graduates are their organizations and society’s leaders of the future, able to resolve global issues in international commercial environments. This degree is designed for conscientious people who have a strong sense of justice. This program is for individuals who are natural leaders and want to contribute towards a more congenial and just world.
The Bachelor of Laws is a four-year degree tutored in both Segovia and Madrid. Students have the choice to begin the program in Segovia, spending two years there before finishing the final two years in Madrid. If you opt to begin their degree in Madrid, they will spend all four years in Madrid.
The International LLM course is aimed at Law graduates and lawyers with an international standpoint.
The class is made up of students from all around the world. The course offers a great opportunity for students to network and share very different points of view, personal history and cultures while working with attorneys trained in varying legal systems.
Completing the International LLM program will give graduates access to a wide range of positions including: Legal departments of multinational organizations, non-governmental organizations, international organizations and financial institutions.
This Masters program will take ten months to complete. The course is studied in Madrid.
Suffolk University’s undergraduate Law Program offers three programs: Bachelor's degree in Law, Associate's degree in Paralegal Studies and Certificate in Paralegal Studies. All three programs meet the demanding standards set by the American Bar Association and have been endorsed by the ABA since 1994.
Suffolk’s undergraduate majors in Law are intended as legal occupation credentials. The programs get students ready to work as paralegals in a corporate office, government agency or a law office. Undergraduate Law classes are available both during the day and in the evening. Students may opt to attend during the day, the evening, or a mix of the two. The flexibility of Suffolk’s Undergraduate Law classes makes it easy to combine work and school. Suffolk students also have unlimited access to the globally renown library at Suffolk University Law School.