Thursday, August 19, 2010

Second Private Law School in Germany

German law schools are public. After the success of the first private law school in Hamburg, a second private law school in Wiesbaden will accept students starting this fall. The market is vast. Students expect to receive a better legal education when they pay tuition and the school can pick its students. And they do.

1 comment:

  1. This is very interesting info, Viktor. Are schools allowed to develop their own curricula? That is, id there a centraliezed German official institution that imposed - at least - certain courses? In Argentina, private schools - such as mine - are not free to do as they wish. Furthermore, they tend to object to the introduction of new courses.


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