As a graduate you will have gained a better understanding of the interaction between the law and the economy. You will be able to understand the economic implications of the core branches of law, such as contracts, property, corporate, torts and competition law.
29% Of our alumni are employed in law firms, 17% in financial companies, 17% in non-financial companies, 15% in universities, 11% in governments and public bodies, 4% in NGOs, 4% as economic advisors and 3% in regulatory agencies.
Our European Master in Law and Economics alumni are currently employed as (EMLE alumni database):
Senior Policy Advisor, Financial Manager, Director, Case Handler EC, Associate, Partner, Chief of Civil and Corporate Litigation, Co-head of Antitrust Department, lecturer, partner, Member of Parliament, senior research fellow etc.