IE Law School is the only Spanish school to appear in the first Financial Times report on â??Global Legal Educationâ??, which examines the quality of legal training programs worldwide based on practices at the worldâ??s top fifty law schools.

In addition to being the only School from Spain, the listing describes IE Law School as one of the top 3 in continental Europe. The report also states that it is the only School in the world that offers the option of studying an LLM in both English or bilingual format (English-Spanish). The School is listed no. 5 in Europe in terms of numbers of students enrolled on the Master of Laws (LL.M). The Financial Times listing also underscores the fact that 97% of IE Law School students enter the work market within 3 months of completing their program.

In 2007/2008 a total of 209 students from 31 countries enrolled on IE Law Schoolâ??s 6 Master of Laws (LL.M) programs. The LLM programs taught in English language are:

About IE Law School
IE Law School equips legal professionals to meet the challenges of a global economy and to steer their companies through the fast changing world of law and business through responsible leadership. The School is a vibrant community committed to the generation of legal knowledge in a corporate, economic and social context.
The IE Law School Master of Laws (LL.M.) and executive education programs are international benchmarks in corporate law, renowned for their innovative approach to providing solutions for legal problems in a global market and for their focus on active learning. Following 35 years as part of IE Business School, business administration continues to form part of IE Law School programs given its essential role in providing an integral vision of the world of business and its key players.

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