An add-on program to the education of law students as well as graduates with an interest in company law and as a refresher course for practitioners.
It will allow participants to prepare for or complement a graduate degree in business law by gaining an in-depth exposure to the theory and practice of company law in Europe and acquiring the tools for dealing with cross-border transactions.
The Summer Program on European and Comparative Company Law: Capital Markets, sponsored by the LUISS School of Law, designed for candidates who hold a degree in Law, Political Sciences or Economics as well as undergraduates interested acquireing an in-depth knowledge of the most up-to-date issues in EU corporate and capital market law.
|Level||Advanced bachelor's degree|
|Academic director||Barbara De Donno, Professor of Comparative Private Law|
|Early bird deadline||April 17, 2017 (to complete the entire registration process, for non-LUISS candidates only)|
|Standard deadline||June 5, 2017|
LUISS Guido Carli and the Centre for European Company Law, an academic partnership between the universities of Leiden, Utrecht, Maastricht, Uppsala and LUISS, benefit from the cooperation of a group of Harvard Law School graduates and are putting together for the first time a set of top academics and practitioners from all over Europe that will offer to participants the invaluable chance to be intellectually challenged by the most cutting-edge issues in modern corporate law and governance.
The top faculty, the high quality of the carefully-selected reading materials, the intensive classes and the interactive mode of instruction make the program a unique opportunity to deepen students’ knowledge in company law while enjoying culture and leisure activities in the beautiful setting that Rome offers in the summer.
FeesAccomodations not included
- €950 for LUISS students or graduates
- €950 early bird rate for students from other universities
- €1,150 standard rate for applicants from other universities