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About us Faculty of Law International programmes LLB programme 2020-2021

Schedule of courses

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Important notice
If you are a new incoming student for the 2020-2021 academic year, please read here.
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Here you will find the schedule of courses for the LLB programme International and European Law per year.

The first year of study is the same for all students. For the second and third years of study, students can choose to either continue on with the regular LLB programme, or choose to pursue a specialized track in Technology Law (new for the 2020-2021 academic year).

Please note that all students must receive a positive Binding Study Advice to successfully move forward in the programme.

Regular LLB Programme

Our LLB programme in International and European Law is specifically designed for students who wish to pursue a professional career in an international legal environment; it gives students an academic training in law without merely taking a national legal system as a starting point by offering students a general understanding of what 'law' is and how it functions. The focus is therefore mainly on teaching public international law and European Union law.

Year 2 (Regular LLB programme)

Block 1

Block 2

Block 3

Block 4

Law of the European Union

10

Public International Law

10

Administrative Law and Market Regulation


10

Markets and Regulation

5

Property Law

5

Law, Power, and Politics

5

Private International Business Law

5

Research Seminar

10

Year 3 (Regular LLB programme)

Block 1+ 2

Block 3

Block 4

Semester abroad (at least 25 ECTS in law courses)

30

Business Law

5

European Judicial Protection

5

Commercial Dispute Resolution

5

The Contemporary Value(s) of International Law

5

Research Colloquium

10


Technology Law Track

In the LLB track in Technology Law, together with the general legal knowledge in International and European law, students cover a wide range of technology related legal topics. The track is designed in light of the understanding that technology operates across jurisdictions and, as a result, regulatory responses have to occur at the interface between domestic, regional and international law. This track is new as of the 2020-2021 academic year.

You can find a summary overview and course descriptions for the new track here.

If you are a current 1st year LLB student and have questions about the Technology Law track, please contact the International Office Study Advisers. Official listings for the new track will be available in OCASYS in July. 

Year 2 (Technology Law track)

Block 1

Block 2 Block 3 Block 4
Law of the European Union 10

Data protection and HR in the digital world

10 Regulating Cybercrime 5 Law and Economics of innovation 5
Property Law 5 e-Thics 5 IT in the context of law 5 Private International Business Law 5

Research Seminar

10

Year 3 (Technology Law Track)

Block 1+2

Block 3 Block 4
Semester abroad (at least 25 ECTS in law courses) 30

e-Commerce (Electronic contracts)

5 European and International IP law 5

Commercial Dispute Resolution

5 Telecommunications Law 5

Research Colloquium

10

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PLEASE NOTE: Schedules and course names are subject to change. Official course information and schedules for a specific academic year can be found in OCASYS. Official listings for the 2020-2021 academic year will be updated in OCASYS in July 2020, so descriptions for some of the courses listed above are not available until then.

Last modified:15 June 2020 10.10 p.m.