Multinational transactions require that the lawyers involved speak the same language and understand how international businesses are conducted. Considering this, one of the main challenges for young business lawyers is to combine the application of law and economic analysis in daily working scenarios.
Conscious of the necessity to reach this multidisciplinary approach and after five years of practicing corporate and competition law, I confirm that completing an LLM abroad had become a must for me.
When I decided to improve my knowledge in this field, I began to look for programmes in Europe, and all roads led to the University of Groningen. My LLM offered a wide range of subjects, in which law and economics constantly interact, showing a different perspective of traditional areas of law like contract, corporation, and competition law. Besides the content of the courses, a demanding academic level, a wide range of research resources and the constant support of the International Office of the Faculty of Law, make the LLM programmes of the University of Groningen an excellent option for those who want to pursue an improvement in their professional carriers.
Diego Basile, Argentina, International Business Law
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