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For the purposes of Personal Data Protection Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, 1999 (the "LOPD"), we inform you that your personal data will be included in a filing system controlled by Centro Europeo de Estudios y Formación Empresarial Garrigues, S.L.P. (the "Center") for the purposes of sending you information on the training programs you have shown an interest in. Fields marked with an asterisk must be completed. Otherwise, the Center will not be able to provide the requested services. The Center, as data controller, guarantees the exercise of the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and objection in respect of the data provided, and requests may be sent by regular mail to the Center (Paseo de Recoletos 35, 28004 Madrid), or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Summer School Law & Business Program is a 2-week program in Spain conducted by the Centro de Estudios Garrigues with a view to providing a rigorous training in comparative and international business law.
Several features make this course a unique learning experience. Unlike other courses or summer programs, this course does not focus on a particular jurisdiction.
Instead, it provides a comparative approach to the study of law and business.
This means that students will be exposed to various legal systems, not only for the purposes of understanding how different jurisdictions solve similar economic problems,
but also to develop a set of tools to critically analyze the law and be more creative and resourceful when analyzing legal problems in any jurisdiction.
The program is especially designed for those interested in pursuing a career in transactional lawyering, international law firms, global organizations,
international business practice and the financial industry.