Quality education, taught in a baroque palace: Mannheim Law School
Geographically and politically positioned at the center of the European Union, Germany boasts a long tradition of world-class law-making and legal thinking. German laws routinely serve as models for legislations in Europe, South America, and Asia.
Within Germany, Mannheim's law school consistently ranks among the leading group. Due to its small size, our law school boasts an excellent student-teacher ratio. Since the law school is located in a baroque palace even bigger than the similarly styled Versailles, studying in Mannheim truly is a unique experience.
Diversity and Common Law: Adelaide Law School
Founded in 1874, the University of Adelaide is one of the most prestigious universities in Australia and associated with five Nobel prize winners. Its regular ranking in the top 1 % of universities worldwide attracts brilliant students from around the world, including more than 5,000 international students from over 90 countries. This diversity and openmindedness to new ideas makes it the perfect place for comparative studies. Adelaide law school's lectures provide our M.C.B.L. students with the added benefit of experiencing the Common Law approach to legal thinking.