Take your Legal Studies Abroad
The Summer Program at the University of International Business and Economics Law School (UIBE) is jointly sponsored by Brooklyn Law School and Loyola Law School of Los Angeles. UIBE’s concentration on a business and commercial law curriculum provides an ideal setting for the program’s international and comparative law focus.
The two-week program will run from May 22 - June 06, 2013 and will offer the following courses:
- Copyright in the Global Context (2 credits)
- International Bankruptcy (1 credit)
International and Comparative Law Program
This year the China summer program will focus on comparative copyright law and international bankruptcy law. Students will have the opportunity to study at one of the most respected law schools in China, the University of International Business and Economics Law School (UIBE). Courses are taught by faculty from Loyola Law School and Brooklyn Law School, with lectures by prominent Chinese legal scholars and lawyers.
China is one of the world's fastest-growing economic powers, which makes it an excellent place to study international business law. Students will live in Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, where major government offices, including the Chinese Supreme Court, are located. Many of China’s largest state-owned and privately-held companies, as well as international corporations and law firms, have their headquarters in the city. Beijing is at the center of Chinese politics, economics, culture, and education. It is a bustling city with a thriving population of approximately 19 million people. Students will have the opportunity to explore China’s ancient history—the Forbidden City, Great Wall, and other important attractions that exist alongside modern developments such as the Olympic Stadium.