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Mannheim/Adelaide Track

The program is unique in that it gives its students the opportunity to study law from a comparative perspective at both a German and an Australian university. In doing so, students gain first-hand experience of the different approaches to problem-solving and legal thinking adopted by a traditional European legislation on the one hand and by a common-law country on the other. The admission period always starts on 15 March and ends on 31 May. The admissions process requires an online application and documents that need to be sent to the University of Mannheim.

Due to COVID-19 the Mannheim/Adelaide track will not be offered for the study year 2021/22!

Berina Fischinger-Corbo, M.C.B.L.

Berina Fischinger-Corbo, M.C.B.L.

Program Manager of the Master of Comparative Business Law
University of Mannheim
Department of Law
Schloss Westflügel – Room W 219
68161 Mannheim
Consultation hour(s):
Due to measures against the COVID-19 pandemic, open consultation hours take place via digital communication channels or per telephone. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a meeting, please write me an E-Mail to mcbl uni-mannheim.de and I will be happy to come back to you.