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University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
School of Law
Los Angeles, California, USA

Those of us who work and study in Los Angeles have a hard time understanding why people go anywhere else. In fact, UCLA's colors were chosen to represent regional attributes: blue to symbolize the Pacific Ocean and yellow to reflect "the Golden State," the California poppy and sunsets. Our lush, sprawling campus is ideally located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city, just 15 minutes from the beach and 5 minutes from Beverly Hills. In addition to having what might arguably be the best climate on earth, Los Angeles is a dynamic, cosmopolitan cultural center of more than ten million people. Our arts and entertainment offerings rival any in the world. Why wouldn...

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Boston College
Law School
Newton, Massachusetts, USA

The Law School's campus is an oasis in the midst of a bustling suburban and city landscape, a place where gentle stretches of green lawn and manicured gardens complement some of the most technologically advanced facilities available to law school students. Located on 40 acres of land in Newton, Massachusetts, the campus offers fast access by car or public transit to the city of Boston -- an international law student’s dream.

Founded in 1630, Boston is a blend of the past, present, and future. Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century buildings are interspersed among tall, modern office buildings, and the city is surrounded by a corridor of high-technology industries. As state capital and...

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Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Yeshiva University
New York, New York, USA

The City

New York City—home to many of the world's largest multinational corporations, brimming with professional and cultural energy and resources—is perhaps the ideal place to prepare for a legal career. Cardozo students take advantage of the city's dynamism, attending lectures and symposia by leading figures in the legal, business, and political worlds; pursuing rich variety of internship opportunities; and making the city's spirit their own. Because there's so much to do here, guides to life in the City—getting around, exploring interesting cuisine, finding housing, and choosing from endless entertainment options—are essential.

The Neighborhood

Greenwich Village—historically...

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Bucerius Law SchoolHamburg, Germany

The MLB program takes place primarily on the campus of the Bucerius Law School, located in Hamburg, Germany. The campus successfully combines both traditional and modern architecture. The main campus building, constructed in 1908, has been updated with the most modern technology available. An “auditorium maximum” in modern style was added in 2003. In addition, a new building providing larger library and cafeteria facilities is being constructed and will be opened in June 2007.

The campus is centrally-located, just minutes away from Hamburg’s main commercial district, shopping areas, and the lovely Inner and Outer Alster Lakes. Public transportation is steps away. In addition to possessing...

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Institute for Law and Finance
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Frankfurt City:

Since the Middle Ages, the city Frankfurt am Main has been a major trade and financial center at the crossroads of Europe’s trade routes. Today, as the leading financial marketplace in continental Europe, Frankfurt is the seat of the European Central Bank and international banks such as Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. All major foreign banks are represented in Frankfurt: Citi, UBS, J.P. Morgan, SEB and many more. Thus, Frankfurt is at the center of European monetary policy and the European Economic and Monetary Union. Major public banking institutions, including the Deutsche Bundesbank and KfW Bankengruppe, one of the EU’s leading public credit institutions, are based in...

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Rijkuniversiteit Groningen
Faculty of Law
Groningen, Netherlands

Groningen, an old but modern city of about 190,000 inhabitants, is the cultural, commercial and business capital of the province of the same name in the north of the Netherlands. It was founded over 950 years ago and is a centre of trade and transport, culture, education and science. It has two large hospitals, several theatres and museums, bookshops specialized in all European languages, and art galleries. Its industry includes sugar, tobacco and coffee factories, and the printing of schoolbooks.
Groningen is a University city; the presence of the University staff and students can be felt in all aspects of city life. But it is not only the University that leaves its mark. Other educational...

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Université de Lausanne
Faculté de droit
Lausanne, Switzerland

A further strength of the programme stems from the fact that the campus of the University of Lausanne hosts also the renowned Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (SICL) with an important collection of materials in comparative and international law. The European Documentation Centre hosted by the Institute and the importance of its collection contribute to the outstanding working conditions at the University of Lausanne.

The Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe and Centre for European Research are located a few steps from the Center for Comparative, European and International Law at the Ferme de Dorigny.The Foundation's important archives of the origins and development of the European communities...

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Case Western Reserve University
School of Law
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Case Western Reserve University is located approximately five miles from downtown Cleveland in University Circle, a 550-acre preserve housing one of the richest concentrations of culture and education in the U.S. The Law School is just a short walk from such distinguished neighbors as the Cleveland Museum of Art, Severance Hall (home of the Cleveland Orchestra), the Cleveland Clinic, and 43 other institutions dedicated to the advancement of learning, science, medicine, religion and the arts.

Heidelberg University - Heidelberg Center for Latin AmericaSantiago de Chile, Chile

The Heidelberg Center for Latin America is located in Providencia, one of the most traditional districts of Santiago, near shopping centers, offices, residential houses, subways stations and public transport buses.
The Center is located in a French-style house with beautiful gardens, several classrooms with conference systems and data show. Students have access to the coffee shop and study rooms equipped with computers that have Internet connectivity.

Washington University in St. Louis
Law School
Saint Louis, Missouri, USA

Since Louis and Clarke began their historic journey here in 1804, millions have been drawn to St. Louis’ unique location, pastoral surroundings, and enterprising spirit. Now, three centuries later, St. Louis remains a destination of the midwest region, and it continues to be a hub of innovation and discovery. Thanks in part to universities like Washington University, St. Louis produces much of the country’s research and business development, especially in the fields of biotechnology and plant science.

University of Waikato
Law School
Hamilton, New Zealand

We are based in the beautiful river city of Hamilton, with a satellite campus in Tauranga.

Hamilton is a student city with more than 46,000 people in tertiary study, there is a huge range of things for students to do and see. Great shopping, cafés, restaurants and bars, international sporting venues, theatre groups, art galleries - you name it, Hamilton's got it.

Hamilton has all the benefits of a big city without the hassles. Traffic is minimal and the University is only five minutes' drive to the central city. Yet it has all the facilities, shops and entertainment options you expect and the student discounts to match. Hamilton is a cosmopolitan city with a wide variety of...

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University of Auckland
The Faculty of Law
Auckland, New Zealand

The University of Auckland’s Law School is located in the heart of Auckland, which is ranked third out of 221 world cities for quality of living in the 2011 Mercer Quality of Living Survey.

The University of Auckland's campuses offer the attractions of city life combined with the appeal of outdoor living - close to cafes, restaurants, cinemas and parks, and within 30 minutes of some of the world's most stunning beaches and pristine forests. A seaside city with a mild climate, Auckland provides opportunities to pursue all sorts of sports and outdoor activities, and explore the many islands in its harbour and the Hauraki Gulf.

Auckland is also a thriving centre for arts, culture...

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University of Leeds
School of Law
Leeds, England, UK

Located on the edge of the University's 140 acre campus, the School of Law is less than half a mile from Leeds city centre. The university campus offers a variety of facilities;health and counselling services, a sports centre, a bookshop and a travel agency, restaurants, shops and banks. The University has excellent resources, including new computing facilities and an internationally-renowned library that holds over 2.8 million books and 9,000 periodicals. Construction recently began on the new £27.5 million library which is due for completion in 2015. It will provide flexible training rooms, community classrooms and a café as well as generous amounts of study space, further enhancing...

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University of Queensland
TC Beirne School of Law
Brisbane, Australia

Our river-side campus is located in Brisbane, Queensland’s capital city and the gateway to the State’s world famous beaches and natural attractions. With its world-class teaching and research facilities, its cafes, museums, lakes and gardens, and Queensland’s sub-tropical climate, UQ is an ideal place to engage in legal study.

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