Bucerius Law School • Hamburg, Germany

The Bucerius Law School is one of the newest private schools in Hamburg Germany that offers undergraduate law programs to students who wish to pursue a career in the legal field. The school was established in the year 2000, and is said to have more than a hundred undergraduates each year.
The Bucerius Law School is also considered as one of the best law schools in Hamburg Germany, because they have proven their quality of education in every student who finishes the course from their school. It is said that majority of the students passes the German Judicial Examination not just with great exam results, but garnering the top scores yearly.
During the last count done in the year 2013, there is an estimated count of 557 students who are taking up postgraduate programs, doctoral programs, and other undergraduate programs. Currently, the president of the Bucerius Law School is Katharina Boele – Woelki and their CEO is Meinhard Weizman. They have around 15 full time academic staff and an approximate count of 143 for the administrative staff.
To know more about Bucerius Law School, including their academic programs & courses, requirements for admission and more, you may visit their main website or check out their social media sites.

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