Stanford Partner Program

 

Visiting TTLF Summer Research Fellowships

The LLM Program in European and International Business Law has established a partner program with the Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF), which allows its LLM students to pursue comparative research for their LLM master thesis at Stanford Law School, California, USA. In line with the TTLF's mission, this partner program supports students who write their master thesis on a comparative EU-US business or technology law topic. Students are usually 2-5 weeks at Stanford, depending on the individual research needs. One student will be accepted per academic year.

Applicants of the Stanford Partner Program are required to submit a cover letter, a detailed outline of the master thesis research topic, a CV, and a proposal date for the research visit at Stanford (possible through August 31, 2017). Applications with a master thesis research topic and a supervisor approved according to the LLM Master Thesis Guidelines are favored. The application deadline is January 1, 2017.

All applications must be submitted in English and by e-mail to siegfried.fina@univie.ac.at. The selection of the applications will be done by the partner university.

Please contact Professor Fina for more details.

International Professional Certificate Summer Program Understanding U.S. Intellectual Property Law

Stanford Law School offers an international summer program in U.S. intellectual property law annually in August.

The LLM Program in European and International Business Law established a partner program with Stanford Law School's summer program, which allows up to four qualified LLM students to enroll this summer program every summer. Vienna's LLM students do not have to pay any tuition for this summer program. All other expenses (flight, accomodation etc) must be covered directly by the individual LLM students. The review of all applications and selection will be done by the partner university.

The application deadline for the 2017 summer program is March 10, 2017.

This Stanford summer program is recognized as an elective course for the LLM Program in European and International Business Law, with a value of 3 units (6 ECTS).

Please contact Professor Fina for more details.

Stanford-Vienna EU Law Working Paper Series

The Stanford-Vienna European Union Law Working Paper Series is a joint initiative of Stanford Law School and the University of Vienna School of Law's LLM Program in European and International Business Law. Exceptional student papers are published in this working paper series.

Working Paper Collection